sacramentary


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sacramentary

(ˌsækrəˈmɛntərɪ)
n, pl -ries
1. (Historical Terms) a sacramentarian
2. (Christian Churches, other) an office-book in the early Western Church
adj
3. (Christian Churches, other) relating to church sacraments
4. (Christian Churches, other) relating to 'high' sacramental doctrine
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During his papal visit to the United States in 2015, one might have dreamed that he might choose to use the beloved Sacramentary approved in 1985 for use in the dioceses of the United States.
496; pope from 492), long thought to have been the author of the Gelasian Sacramentary and the Decretum Gelasianum.
Father Leopold also has his own tiny lectionary, sacramentary, chalice, and vestments in four different colors so that he'll be ready for any liturgical season.
Maddern provides a thorough survey of what can be deduced about Northumbrian belief and practice through examining the surviving evidence from England, as for example in the Stowe Psalter, and from continental sources such as the Old Gelasian sacramentary, 'Reginensis 316', whose prototype may have been English.
She fills her letter with talk of the objects to be used in her wedding: clothing, food, horses and a carriage, and the ornamented sacramentary book.
The purpose of this is that the Christian community, "instructed by the sacred actions (sacris actionibus erudita)," as an ancient prayer in the Gregorian Sacramentary says, be properly disposed to receive God's grace and blessing.
The former, copied in the twelfth century, features four liturgical books: a Calendar, a Gradual, a Prosarium, and a Sacramentary.
In the Alexandrian tradition, as found in the mid-fourth-century Sacramentary of Serapion, the priest prays that the newly chrismated, "being safeguarded by this seal, may remain steadfast and unchangeable, unharmed and safe, blameless and unassailable, dwelling in the faith and knowledge of the truth to the end.
many Scheyern manuscripts and incunabula contain pastedowns from a thirteenth-century sacramentary that was likely a Scheyern manuscript that became out-of-date with the reform and was replaced with a new liturgical book.
The Congregation prefaced the sacramentary with a general instruction that clarifies the theological content of the Eucharist and expresses the mind of the Church as to how the various rites within the Mass are to be carried out.
This unwillingness to jump to conclusions permeates the rest of his work on specific works such as the Galba Psalter, Leofric Missal and Warmund Sacramentary.
REYNOLDS, << The Portrait of Ecclesiastical Officers in the Raganaldus Sacramentary and its Liturgico-canonical Significance >>, Speculum, 46, 1971, p.
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