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Question 1: [citation needed] After the ________ (which also permitted the use of vernacular languages in the liturgy) longer psalm texts were reintroduced into the Mass, during the readings.
Second Vatican CouncilPope Benedict XVIPope John Paul IICatholic Church

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Question 3: In Jewish usage, the Book of Psalms is divided, after the analogy of the ________, into five books, each closing with a doxology or benediction (For the Orthodox Christian division into twenty kathismata, see Eastern Orthodox usage, below):
JudaismTorahBibleKabbalah

Question 4: Among famous hymn settings of the Psalter were the Scottish Psalter and the settings by ________.
EnglandNewington Green Unitarian ChurchIsaac WattsLogic

Question 5:
When was the Psalms?
February - June 2004
February 2010
December 2006-February 2008
February 1998

Question 6: Psalm 150 by ________ (1918–2005)
AtonalityContemporary classical musicPierre BoulezGeorge Rochberg

Question 7: Psalms 14, 24, 25, 42, 54, 90, 100, 135, 150 by ________ (1874–1954)
Charles IvesSymphony No. 4 (Ives)Leonard BernsteinPiano Sonata No. 2 (Ives)

Question 8: These arrangements are used principally by Catholic contemplative religious orders, such as that of the ________ (see for example the Divine Office schedule at New Melleray Abbey).
TrappistsDominican OrderCarthusianDiscalced Carmelites

Question 9: The ________ is centered on chanting or recitation of the Psalms, using fixed melodic formulas known as psalm tones.
Catholic ChurchTridentine MassLiturgy of the HoursCanonical hours

Question 10: Most manuscripts of the Septuagint also include a Psalm 151, present in Eastern Orthodox translations; a Hebrew version of this poem was found in the Psalms Scroll of the ________.
QumranTanakh at QumranDead Sea scrollsEssenes







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