Kevin W. Woodruff
cierpke at utc.campuscw.net
Tue Dec 15 18:13:29 EST 1998
The titles are from the opening words of of each of the songs in the Latin
The Magnificat: [My Soul] Magnifies [the Lord]
The Benedictus: Blessed [be the God of Israel]
The Gloria In Excelsis: Glory [to God] in the Highest
The Nunc Dimittis: Now Dismiss [Your Servant Lord]
At 04:29 PM 12/15/98 -0600, you wrote:
>Denny Diehl here with a question:
>Luke contains four Canticles in his gospel.
>What is a good translation for the titles?
>Lk 1:46-55 The Magnificat
>Lk 1:67-79 The Benedictus
>Lk 2:13-14 The Gloria In Excelsis
>Lk 2:28-32 The Nunc Dimittis
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