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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.

1. Ingressa, or Introit, variable.

2. Antiphon and Responses by Priest and Server. Ps. 43:1 and Ps. 118:1.

3. Psalmellus after the Epistle.

4. Anthem before the Gospel, often, but not always taken from the Psalter.

5. Anthem after the Gospel; ditto.

6. Offertory; ditto.

7. At censing the Altar, Ps. 141:2, 3, 4.

8. The Confractio, a short anthem at the breaking of the Host, sometimes from the Psalter, but very frequently from other books.

9. At the Priest’s Communion, Ps. 116:13, as in Roman rite.

10. The Transitorium, an anthem after the Communion; variable, and not always from the Psalter.

11. At the ablution, Ps. 68:28, 29. “Stablish.… Jerusalem.”








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