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The Ordo Prophetarum appears in Laon, Bibliotheque municipale, MS 263 (hereafter "Laon 263"), a codex compiled by Laon's cathedral community in the last quarter of the twelfth century.
We can challenge one another to continually reexamine our preferences for distinctiveness or underlying sameness so that we do not fall in liturgical sinkholes, such as worship structures too closely tied only to ethnic traditions (Hoffman) or that use the Ordo as a privacy fence to screen out all change rather than as a framework that welcomes appropriate cultural expressions of faith (Moore-Keish).
See Friedrich August von Hayek, "Die Anmassung von Wissen," ORDO 26 (1975): 12-21.
The Ordo Baptismi begins with two questions to the catechumen.
Emerson came to maturity as the novus ordo seclorum established by the Founding Fathers was itself maturing, and became its most characteristic spiritual voice.
In the absence of religious interpretation (unconstitutional), "In God We Trust" would end up getting as much meaningful attention as it does on our currency -- as much as those other inscriptions on the dollar bill: "Annuit Coeptis" and "Novus Ordo Seclorum.
As Epperson explains in The New World Order, the design for change is told in the Latin inscription encircling the pyramid on the dollar bill, "Annuit coeptis novus ordo seclorum," meaning announcing the birth of a new world order.
With the chapters on Henry of Ghent, the Augustinian strain of political thought in this period becomes more apparent, particularly the importance of the ordo caritatis, which Augustine restricted to love of self, love of neighbour, and love of God without real consideration of the good of the community, a formulation Henry accepted.
In chapters 5 and 6, Crocker explores liturgy, emphasizing the development of early Christian music as "rational selection" from practices of pagan antiquity and examining the Mass using Ordo Romanus I, a Roman order of service from the early eighth century.
They can be revealed within the ordo amoris which is both noetic and noematic in its structure.
Two Latin inscriptions bracket the pyramid: Annuit Coeptis, meaning ``He has nodded in his blessing'' at the top, and Novus Ordo Seclorum (``The new order of the age'') below.
Geense points out that, whereas natural theology tends to argue from the order of the world to the divine intelligence, Calvin's thought was in the Scotist tradition, which emphasizes not the ordo deriving from the divine essence as stressed by Thomists but the ordinatio due to the divine will.

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