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MISSAL, AND THE BREVIARY;
Self-Illustrated in the Liturgical Banks of Rame:
THE TEXT OF THE ENTIRE ROMAN MISSAL, RUBRICS, AND PREFACES,
TRANSLATED FROM THE LATIN;
DUBLIN : JOHN ROBERTSON; HODGES AND SMITH.
13 f. 2. 65.
CONTENTS OF VOL. I.
nious explanations.--Chapter on defects occurring in the mass.--Enact-
ment respecting the bread.—The wine.—The doctrine of intention.-His-
torical fruits.—The fly.—The spider.—The vomit.—The preparatory
prayers of the priest.--Their excellence.—Mode of their use,
The mistake of the artist. Effect of ornament. The externals of the mass.-
Opening rites.-Sprinkling.-Appearance of the priest.—Dead language.-
Self-contradictions in the mass.-Growth of the mass.- -Raphael and his
critics.-Theory of development.--Doctrinal theory of the mass.--Growth
together of Church forms and Church sacramental theory.-Rhetoric crys-
talised into logic.-Tenacity of the Church theory.—All history opposed