The Liturgy and Ritual of the Celtic Church

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Clarendon Press, 1881 - British Isles - 291 pages

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Page 74 - Lindisfarne, the episcopal see ; nevertheless, after the manner of the Scots, he made it, not of stone, but of hewn oak, and covered it with reeds ; and the same was afterwards dedicated in honour of St.
Page 86 - Sharbil, a document which was written probably at the end of the fourth or beginning of the fifth century and...
Page 4 - Easter and the tonsure (for there was much controversy about that also), and went back into Scotland, to consult with his people what was to be done in this case.
Page 242 - Maria, cum beatis Apostolis tuis Petro et Paulo atque Andrea, et omnibus Sanctis, da + propitius pacem in diebus nostris : ut ope misericordiae tuae adiuti, et a peccato simus semper liberi, et ab omni perturbatione securi : Per eumdem Dominum nostrum Jesum Christum Filium tuum, Qui tecum vivit et regnat, in unitate Spiritus sancti Deus.
Page 5 - ... many, who were more learned than himself, not to presume to live contrary to the universal custom of the Church, either in relation to the observance of Easter, or any other decrees whatsoever, considering the small number of his followers, seated...
Page 80 - Patricius; they observed one mass,18 one celebration, one tonsure from ear to ear. They celebrated one Easter, on the fourteenth moon after the vernal equinox, and what was excommunicated by one church, all excommunicated. They rejected not the services and society of women,
Page 220 - Ps. cxlv. (cxlvi.) 6 qui fecit caelum et terram, mare, et omnia quae in eis sunt, from Exodus xx.
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