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liturgy
used in A Prayer for Owen Meany

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Definition
a specific form prescribed for public worship
  • "The liturgy for the dead is an Easter. liturgy," the note says.
    p. 573.2
  • "The liturgy for the dead is an Easter. liturgy," the note says.
    p. 573.2
  • The liturgy, therefore, is characterized by joy ...." the notes goes on.
    p. 573.3
  • And so we sang our hearts out for Owen Meany—aware that while the liturgy for the dead might be characterized by joy, our so-called "human grief" did not make us "unchristian."
    p. 573.4

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