What does Rubrics mean in the Bible?

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1910 New Catholic Dictionary - Rubrics
(Latin: rubrica, red earth used by carpenters as chalk to mark wood; red titles of law announcements)
Directive precepts or liturgical prescriptions found in the Missal and the Ritual to guide the priest in the execution of sacred rites, saying Mass, administering the Sacraments, etc.; so called because they are printed in red. Some are obligatory and bind under pain of sin; others are merely directive and do not bind.

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Rubrical - ) Colored in, or marked with, red; placed in Rubrics. ) Of or pertaining to the rubric or Rubrics
Rubricist - ) One skilled in, or tenaciously adhering to, the rubric or Rubrics
Solemnity -
A ceremonial observance, a rite expressive of religious reverence; a religious rite carried out in full according to the Rubrics
High Mass - The complete rite of the Mass, the priest assisted by the deacon and subdeacon, and all the Rubrics of the Order of Mass observed, such as chanting the Gospel, incensing altar, ministers, and people; also called solemn Mass
Master of Ceremonies - A male person who supervises and directs the formal proceedings of any rite or observance, whether religious or profane; especially one who guides the actions of the celebrant and the assistants in the exact performance of the ritual according to the directive and proceptive Rubrics of the Sacred Liturgy
Ceremonies, Master of - A male person who supervises and directs the formal proceedings of any rite or observance, whether religious or profane; especially one who guides the actions of the celebrant and the assistants in the exact performance of the ritual according to the directive and proceptive Rubrics of the Sacred Liturgy
Ordinal - ) A book containing the Rubrics of the Mass
Ordinary of the Mass - That part of the Mass containing prayers which as a rule and for the most part remain unchanged and the Rubrics or directions for the entire Mass, to be followed or filled in from the Proper of the Mass
Order of the Mass - That part of the Mass containing prayers which as a rule and for the most part remain unchanged and the Rubrics or directions for the entire Mass, to be followed or filled in from the Proper of the Mass
Bartolommeo Gavantus - " In it, Gavantus traces the historical origin of sacred rites, treats of their mystical significance, gives rules as to the observance and obligation of the Rubrics, and explanations bearing on the subject matter of the work
Gavantus, Bartolommeo - " In it, Gavantus traces the historical origin of sacred rites, treats of their mystical significance, gives rules as to the observance and obligation of the Rubrics, and explanations bearing on the subject matter of the work
Chrismale - According to the Rubrics it should be removed once a year during the stripping of the altar on Maundy Thursday, but it may be changed whenever the altar is washed
Cere-Cloth - According to the Rubrics it should be removed once a year during the stripping of the altar on Maundy Thursday, but it may be changed whenever the altar is washed
Manual Acts - The acts prescribed by the Rubrics to be used by thePriest in consecrating the elements in the Holy Communion
Liturgical Books - These books contain all the prayers and Rubrics that a priest must say and observe when administering any of the Sacraments
Fair Linen Cloth, Fair White Linen Cloth - In the Communion Officethere are two Rubrics, the first of which reads as follows: "TheTable, at the Communion time having a fair white linen cloth uponit," etc
Ritual. Ritualism - Loyalty to the Prayer-book demands obedience tothe Rubrics on the part of both minister and people
Lord's Day - Hence the Prayer Bookprescribes a Collect, Epistle and Gospel for every Sunday in theyear, and its Rubrics plainly teach us that according to the mindof the Church the principal service of every Lord's Day should bethe celebration of the Holy Eucharist
Liturgy - Some farther alterations were introduced, in consequence of the review of the common prayer book, by order of king James, in the first year of his reign, particularly in the office of private baptism, in several Rubrics, and other passages, with the addition of five or six new prayers and thanksgivings, and all that part of the catechism which contains the doctrine of the sacraments
Liturgy - Some farther alterations were introduced, in consequence of the review of the Common Prayer Book, by order of King James, in the first year of his reign, particularly in the office of private baptism, in several Rubrics, and other passages, with the addition of five or six new prayers and thanksgivings, and all that part of the catechism which contains the doctrines of the sacraments
Office, Divine - As contained in the Breviary, the Office is divided into: Rubrics or directions for the recitation of the Office; the Ordinary, or the normal framework of the Office; the Psalter, or the psalms assigned to each hour of each day; the Proper of the Season, or the prayers and current scriptural reading and patristic homilies; the Proper of the Saints, or the prayers and historical lessons for the Office of the saints; the Common of the Saints, or certain variable parts of the Office which may be used for many saints according to their classification; a Supplement, containing the Office of B
Divine Office - As contained in the Breviary, the Office is divided into: Rubrics or directions for the recitation of the Office; the Ordinary, or the normal framework of the Office; the Psalter, or the psalms assigned to each hour of each day; the Proper of the Season, or the prayers and current scriptural reading and patristic homilies; the Proper of the Saints, or the prayers and historical lessons for the Office of the saints; the Common of the Saints, or certain variable parts of the Office which may be used for many saints according to their classification; a Supplement, containing the Office of B
Wisdom - The emphasis of this material subdivides into two Rubrics, one emphasizing the theological problems of life, such as the suffering of the innocent (Job) and the meaning of life (Ecclesiastes)
Sermon on the Mount - Directives for the worshiping community are set down (6:1-18): giving to the needy is to be done in secret (6:1-4); Rubrics on prayer include reciting the Lord's Prayer and avoiding long repetitions (6:5-15); and fasting remains part of Christian piety, but must be unannounced (6:16-18)
Law - ’ It would be as justifiable to quote the Rubrics of the Prayer Book as a fair representation of the moral teaching of the Church of England. The editor has simply collected the details of ceremonial legislation, and the Rubrics of Temple worship, with some account of their origin and purpose
Song of Songs - ...
The Rubrics prefixed to many verses in Cod
Deuteronomy, Theology of - Thus the three major Rubrics of the theology of Deuteronomy are Yahweh, the Great King and covenant initiator; Israel, the vassal and covenant recipient; and the book itself, the covenant vehicle, complete with the essentials of standard treaty documents