Ordinary of the Mass

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(R. C. Ch.) the part of the Mass which is the same every day; - called also the canon of the Mass.

See also: Ordinary

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Causa delata est ad normam canonis 1682 [seccion] 1 CIC ad Tribunal appellationis quod decreto diei 6 decembris 2005 causam ad ordinarium examen secundi gradus admittendam esse decrevit.
donee per suam sanctitatem presentem sanctam sedem applicam aliter fueris ordinarium, ni dicta Universitate Barcinone nec in aliqua parte Barcinonensis diocesis non ligatur nec possis legi cathedra in doctrina Raimundi Lull nec publicare [.
It should be noted that after religious practices were restored in Lithuania in 1990, liturgical music genres were mainly published in Lithuania: ordinarium mass services and its parts as well as traditional hymnals sets (85 hymnals and several separate hymns published in Lithuania and 11 hymnals published abroad).
24) Ordinarium iuxta ritum sacri ordinis fratrum praedicatorum, reeditado bajo el generalato de Ludovico Theissling, Roma, Societa Tipografica A.
after Kyriale seu Ordinarium Missae, author unknown
El texto, en latin, de la misa de requiem no siempre ha sido el mismo; por ejemplo, el empleado por Mozart no corresponde, en su totalidad, al oficial del Missale Romanum: el KV 626 esta conformado por las siguientes partes del ordinarium y del proprium cantadas por solistas y coro en union con orquesta: Introitus: Requiem; Kyrie; Sequentia: Dies irae; Offertorium: Domine Jesu; Sanctus, Benedictus, Agnus Dei, Communio.
The greater proportion of chants which are akin to melodies of traditional folklore is to be found in the repertory of the Ordinarium Missae or Kyriale.
Ubi cessat remedium ordinarium, ibi decurritur ad extraordinarium, "Where the ordinary remedy fails, recourse must be had to an extraordinary one.
Entre los anfibios de la familia Ambystomatidae, la especie que mas se ha utilizado como objeto de estudio es Ambystoma mexicanum, con innumerables trabajos en biologia del desarrollo y en evolucion; se conoce que los miembros de esta familia presentan una fertilizacion interna y la ovoposicion de huevos es dentro del agua y de manera estacional, anual o bianual, excepto en Ambystoma ordinarium que se reproduce durante todo el ano (Salthe 1969, Anderson & Worthington 1971).
Missa votiva (1739), one of the Zelenka's longest musical arrangements of the mass ordinarium, was among the composer's late works.
Young cites and quotes the Elevatio of a fifteenth-century ordinarium from Magdeburg (Berlin Staatsbibliothek, Theol.