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A HISTORY OF THE MASS
AND ITS CEREMONIES IN THE
EASTERN AND WESTERN CHURCH

REV. JOHN O’BRIEN A.M.

REV. John O’Brien A.M. PROFESSOR OF SACRED LITURGY IN MOUNT ST. MARY’S COLLEGE, EMMITTSBURG, MARYLAND.

EIGHTH EDITION, REVISED.

“I would be willing to lay down my life for a single one of the Ceremonies of the Church.”—ST. TERESA.

NEW YORK: THE CATHOLIC PUBLICATION SOCIETY CO., 9 BARCLAY STREET. 1881.

Imprimatur: NEW YORK, MARCH, 25, 1879.

A new work, entitled “A History of the Mass and its Ceremonies in the Eastern and Western Church,” by the Rev. John O’Brien, of Mount St. Mary’s College, Emmittsburg, having been carefully examined and commended by competent judges, is hereby approved by us.

X JAMES, Archbishop of Baltimore. BALTIMORE, FEAST OF ST. BENEDICT, 1879.








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