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CEREMONIES OF LOW MASS,
ACCORDING TO THE
RUBRICS OF THE MISSAL,
DECREES OF THE POPES,
AND OF THE
CONGREGATION OF SACRED RITES,
d in this
AND THE OPINIONS
OF THE MOST EMINENT RUBRICISTS.
Fransis till from the Frasion of Caron
(see p/2.2 to end of French &
TO WHICH IS ADDED,
AN ARTICLE ON THE
CELEBRATION OF TWO MASSES,
AND A GREAT NUMBER OF USEFUL OBSERVATIONS CONNECTED WITH
PUBLISHED AT THE DEPOSITORY, 23, ESSEX QUAY.
The word Mass is by corruption of the word Alsfors from the Blot Romans, who, in live lesson of the Egyptians, disinsed ühes religions as a tembles, with these words.
He misse est _ that is _ ye may slow
Harvard College Library
C9528.23.10 July 1, 19:4.
Caron; cuinet Bequest of
Georgina Lowell Putnam.
"Quanta cura adhibenda sit, ut sacrosanctum Missæ sacrificium omni religionis cultu ac veneratione celebretur, quivis facile existimare poterit, qui cogitârit, maledictum in sacris Litteris eum vocari, qui facit opus Dei negligenter. Quòd si necessariò fatemur nullum aliud opus adeo sanctum ac divinum à Christi Fidelibus tractari posse, quam hoc ipsum tremendum mysterium, quo vivifica illa hostia, quâ Deo Patri reconciliati sumus, in altari per Sacerdotes quotidie immolatur; satis etiam apparet, omnem operam et diligentiam in eo ponendam esse, ut quantà maximâ fieri potest interiori cordis munditiâ et puritate, atque exteriori devotionis ac pietatis specie peragatur."
Con. Trid. Sess. 22. Decr. de observandis et evitandis in celebratione Missa.
"Non pro libito inventi, et irrationabiliter inducti, sed recepti, et approbati Catholicæ Ecclesiæ ritus, qui in minimis etiam sine peccato negligi, omitti, vel mutari haud possunt, peculiari studio, ac diligentia serventur. Quamobrem Episcopis districte præcipimus, ut contraria omnia, quæ....irrepsisse compererint, detestabiles tanquam abusus, et corruptelas prohibeant, et omnino studeant amovere....cum non quod fit, sed quod fieri debet, sit attendendum : et regula est non cantari, nisi quod legitur esse cantandum." Benedictus XIII. in Concilio Romano, tit. 15, cap. 1.
Francis Coyne, Printer, 13, Fownes's-street.
PREFACE TO THE NEW EDITION.
THE present work appeared first in 1841, and was so favourably received by the Clergy throughout the British dominions, that a considerable Edition has been since exhausted.
The Editor of the work, at the period of its publication, was engaged in the laborious duties of the Mission in a rural district. But since that time his residence in college has enabled him to devote himself more fully to the study of Liturgical Science, and his sole occupation consisting in the care of young Levites destined to the Ministry of the Holy Altar, it is presumed that every care has been taken to render this book fit for its important purpose.
Visits to most of the Catholic countries, and close observation of the sacred rites of the Church as practised in them, together with the possession and constant perusal of the most authentic ritual works, are also among the reasons which justify