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The Splendid Mass
Joseph Jungmann, The Mass of the Roman Rite
Herder Verlag, Vienna, 1949
Hitler's Anschluss: Innsbruck, Collegium Maximum, Canisianum
Pope Pius XII's Mediator Dei "The Mass is the chief act of divine worship; it should also be the source and the center of Christian piety." (201)
Roman-African, Gallican-Gaul, Celtic, Mozarabic, Ambrosian-Milan
Pope Gelasius I: Kyrie; Pope Gregory I: Our Father after Great Amen
Sacramentarium, Apostolus, Evangelium, scola cantorum, cantatorium, ordines.
Ordo Romanus I
Pope leaves Saint John Lateran, the Patriarchium
acolytes, defensores, seven deacons, sub-deacons Pope on horseback, chief officers of the papal household
apse, altar, cathedra
six sub-urbicarian bishops, six pastors of titular churches
alb, cingularum, linea dalmatica, major dalmatica, chasible (planeta), pallium
"Gloria in excelsis Deo"
ambo, thurifer, boat
Final Doxology: Through Him, with Him and in Him, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, all glory and honor is Yours Almighty Father for ever and ever.
"Ita, missa est!"