Usually, rogations. Ecclesiastical. solemn supplication, especially as chanted during procession on the three days (Rogation Days) before Ascension Day.
Roman History.

the proposing by the consuls or tribunes of a law to be passed by the people.
a law so proposed.

(usually pl) (Christianity) a solemn supplication, esp in a form of ceremony prescribed by the Church


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