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Matins typically refers to:
- Matins for the canonical hour ending at dawn in the Roman Catholic monastic Liturgy of the Hours and a component of the Orthodox All-Night Vigil.
- Matins Gospel is the solemn chanting of a passage from the Four Gospels during Matins in the Orthodox and Byzantine Rite Eastern Catholic churches.
- Mattins, often spelled in the Anglican tradition with a double "t", is the service of Morning Prayer (Anglican).
- Matins in Lutheranism for the tradition in the Lutheran church
- "Matins" is the first of seven poems in the series "Horae Canonicae" by Scottish poet Donald Davie (1922–1995).
- Matins is a collection of thirty poems by Canadian poet Francis Joseph Sherman (1871–1926) published in 1896.
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