Some articles on prayer, prayers:
... Salah (Islamic prayer) Types of prayers (salat) Mandatory daily prayers Fajr Dhuhr Asr Maghrib Isha' Witr (for Hanafis) Jumu'ah Communal mandatory Salat al-Janazah ...
... There are many prayers done inside the school campus ... The Prayer of Angelus is prayed on the school sound system which is a sign of the dismissal for the Morning class ... of sinners, pray without ceasing for us who have recourse to you The prayer for the Consecration to Our lady of La Salette is as follows Most holy Mother, I consecrate myself to you without reserve ...
... There is a separate Prayer hall where daily Prayers and Aarti are offered ... The day at Shanti Kuteer starts at 5 O' Clock in the morning with dawn prayers, followed by Dhyan for 30 min. 12 noon chapters from Srimad Dasbodh are read and afternoon Prayers Aarti are offered ...
... The liturgical prayers follow the Hanafi tradition ... activities similar to other Islamic mosques including the five daily Islamic prayers (salat), Jum'ah prayers every Friday, and classes in Arabic, Qur'an recitation, Salat and ...
... For a long time, these prayers remained optional ... But Maimonides said that prayer should be recited in an upbeat mood, and as a result, these prayers became a part of the regular service ... Maimonides also said that these prayers should be recited slowly and wholeheartedly, and that rushing through them as many who recite them daily do defeats their purpose ...
Famous quotes containing the word prayers:
“Im not making light of prayers here, but of so-called school prayer, which bears as much resemblance to real spiritual experience as that freeze-dried astronaut food bears to a nice standing rib roast. From what I remember of praying in school, it was almost an insult to God, a rote exercise in moving your mouth while daydreaming or checking out the cutest boy in the seventh grade that was a far, far cry from soul-searching.”
—Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)
“The bells discuss the hours gradations,
Dusty shelves hold prayers and proofs:
Above, Chaldean constellations
Sparkle over crowded roofs.”
—Philip Larkin (19221986)
“Go, you are dismissed.
[Ite missa est.]”
—Missal, The. The Ordinary of the Mass.
Missal is book of prayers and rites used to celebrate the Roman Catholic mass during the year.