noun (plural lectionaries)
A list or book of portions of the Bible appointed to be read at divine service: the Deacon was given the task of preparing a new lectionary
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- Dating back to the 4th century, Christians and churches have used lectionaries of Biblical readings.
- Indeed, this last pattern forms the basis of many lectionaries used for Morning and Evening Prayer.
- This publication contains information on how to customize the lectionary for local needs.
Words that rhyme with lectionaryconfectionery, insurrectionary
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