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THE

LITURGICAL

Y E AR.

PASCHAL TIME.

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DUBLIN:
JAMES DUFFY, 15, WELLINGTON-QUAY;

AND
22, PATERNOSTER-ROW, LONDON.

1871.

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DUBLIN: Printed by Y. M. O'Toole & Son,

6 & 7, GT. BRUNSWICK STREET.

PASCHAL TIME.

PREFACE.

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With this Volume we begin the Season of Easter, wherein are accomplished the Mysteries prepared for, and looked forward to, since Advent. Such are the Liturgical riches of this portion of the Christian Year, that we have found it necessary to devote three Volumes to it.

The present Volume is wholly taken up with Easter Week. A Week is indeed a short period ; but such a Week as this, with the importance of the events it brings before us, and the grandeur of the mysteries it celebrates, is, at least, equivalent to any other section of our “Liturgical Year.”

We have abridged our explanations as much as possible; and yet, having concluded Low Sunday, we find that we have exceeded two thirds of one of our ordinary Volumes. Hence, it was out of the question to add the remaining Weeks ; the

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