Solemn Mass at Rome in the ninth century by Oswald Joseph ReichelSolemn Mass at Rome in the ninth century by Oswald Joseph Reichel

Solemn Mass at Rome in the ninth century

byOswald Joseph Reichel

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1895 Excerpt: ... SOLEMN MASS AT ROME IN THE NINTH CENTURY. Originally read at the College Hall, Easter, 1893. There are two reasons for supposing that the subject of Solemn Mass at Rome in the ninth century is not alien from the objects of this Society. 1, Since the Council of Clovesho in a.d. 747 decreed (Can. 18): That the holy festivals of our Lord's nativity in the flesh be uniformly observed, viz., in the office of baptism and the celebration of masses.. according to the written copy which we have from the Roman Church1; the Roman rite as used in the eighth century was by the canon law of this country the only authorised rite here then. 2, Since the earliest Ordo Romanus, of which we have a copy,2 contains this direction: "Bishops presiding over cities do in all respects as the Pope does"; the Roman rite was by the rule of Rome sanctioned for use elsewhere. We may therefore say with certainty that the order for solemn mass at Rome at the beginning of the ninth century was also the order for solemn mass at Sherborne in the same century; and that it was adopted as the order for solemn mass at Crediton when that town was constituted the centre of a "Western See in the year 909 a.d., and likewise for Exeter when the See was transferred thither by Leofric in the year 1050 a.D. Hence the interest to us of Solemn Mass at Rome in the ninth century. 1 Haddan and Stubbs, Ecclesiastical Documents, iii. 367. Batiffol Histoire du Breviaire (Paris, 1894), p. 30, observes that in France, as 100 years previously in England, the Roman Liturgy was the result of personal initiative. The Holy See consented to it, but in no way provoked it. 2 Muratori Liturgia, Venice 1748, i., 987. I. Definitions And Introduction. To begin by denning terms. Of old the word "mass" was used in the Gallican ...
Title:Solemn Mass at Rome in the ninth centuryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:18 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.04 inPublished:February 8, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217051189

ISBN - 13:9780217051187