COELI

AcronymDefinition
COELICentro Ocupacional Especial Laboral Integral (Spanish: Special Integral Labor Occupational Center)
References in classic literature ?
engraved, 'Regina Coeli laetare Alleluia." In the sixth century
Angelo; the antiphon Regina Coeli which the Catholic church sings
"Yes, the ground is all sown," said the Jesuit, "and we have not to fear that one portion of the seed may have fallen upon stone, another upon the highway, or that the birds of heaven have eaten the rest, AVES COELI COMEDERUNT ILLAM."
This year, Coeli, with the help of Stages Sessions, will be producing a repeat of the first successful Tahan Na gig in July of 2018 dubbed as Tahan Na 2.
It consists of two contrasting works, the "Missa janua coeli" for double men's choir and the satirical madrigal "No che lassu ne cori."
E in un'altra poesia del 1935 scrive sconsolato dalla prigione di Regina Coeli: "Tempo non tempo/luogo non luogo/se qui mi attempo/nel nulla affogo/Roma non Roma/Stato non Stato..." (Ghiazza, 2008: 54).
In her introduction to Rights to culture: Heritage, language and community in Thailand the editor Coeli Barry points out that from the 1940s until the 1980s cultural rights remained one of the most 'underdeveloped' concepts in international human rights.
She is equally captivating in "O qui coeli terraeque serenitas" ("O Thou that Are the Calm of Heaven and Earth").
In these books, I have placed my own bookplate, which includes the motto Coeli enarrant gloriam Dei--"The heavens are telling the glory of God" (as translated in Haydn's glorious Creation oratorio).
The surprise invitation which occurred after the recitation of Regina Coeli confirmed Pope Francis' reputation as peace-loving individual.
The last piece on the CD, the Christmas cantata Laetentur coeli et exsultet terra, expresses the composer's joy at the Nativity of the Lord by means of a jubilant counterpoint in contemporary tonality.