passionary


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passionary

(ˈpæʃənərɪ)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) Christian Church a book containing details of the suffering of saints and martyrs
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295) thinks that the cult was introduced into the Hispanic liturgy in the eighth century; St Quiricus and St Julita are moreover absent from the Hispanic Passionary, and it is doubtful that the relic at Medina Sidonia dated 630 A.
For the chant required for the Bermudez Passions, Snow has used the Toledo Passionary as printed in 1576.
In the Lamentation tone, taken from the Toledo Passionary of 1576 (presented on p.