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A Commentary On The Psalms From Primitive and Mediæval Writers Volumes 1 To 4 by Rev. J.M. Neale D.D.

The quantity of matter from the Psalms varies according as the Mass is musical or plain, the former being much the fuller.

1. The Introit, varying for every Sunday and festival, anciently an entire Psalm, now one or more verses, sometimes taken in part from other portions of Scripture.

2. Ps. 43 recited alternately by the Priest and Server.

3. The Gradual or Tract, also variable, consisting of one or two verses sung after the Epistle.

4. The Offertory, a single verse sung at the oblation of the bread and wine.

5. At censing the Altar, Ps. 141:2, 3, 4 is recited secretly by the Priest.

6. The Lavabo, Ps. 26:6–12.

7. “Blessed be He that cometh in the Name of the LORD,” Ps. 118:26, after the Sanctus.

8. The words of Ps. 116:13 are said by the Priest as he communicates himself with the Chalice.

9. The Communio, an anthem of a single verse, is sung.








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