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Catalogue of Psalms Recited in the Prayers


The Syrian Diocese of Mosul


Introduction by Cyrillus Behnam Benni
This short liturgical guidebook lists the proper Psalms to be read for the daily prayers throughout the year in the Syrian diocese of Mosul.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-604-1
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Publication Status: In Print

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 655
Publication Date: Mar 1,2013
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 45
Language: Arabic
ISBN: 978-1-61719-604-1
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One of the many books originally printed at the Dominican Press in Mosul, this short liturgical guidebook, compiled by order of Cyrillus Behnam Benni, Archbishop of Mosul and its surroundings, who also gives a short introduction, lists the proper Psalms to be read for the daily prayers throughout the year. The main text itself is in Arabic, but the Psalm numbers, and the first word of the Psalm is given in Syriac (Serto). In addition, the book concludes with the Beatitudes in Syriac.

One of the many books originally printed at the Dominican Press in Mosul, this short liturgical guidebook, compiled by order of Cyrillus Behnam Benni, Archbishop of Mosul and its surroundings, who also gives a short introduction, lists the proper Psalms to be read for the daily prayers throughout the year. The main text itself is in Arabic, but the Psalm numbers, and the first word of the Psalm is given in Syriac (Serto). In addition, the book concludes with the Beatitudes in Syriac.

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Cyrillus Behnam Benni

  • Copyrigt Page (page 4)
  • Catalogue of Psalms (page 41)
  • Imprimatur (page 42)
  • Dedication/Preface (page 44)
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