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Catholic Word of the Day: LEONINE SACRAMENTARY, 01-22-13
| Fr. John Hardon's Modern Catholic Dictionary
Posted on 01/22/2013 7:44:18 AM PST by Salvation
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The oldest of the Latin sacramentaries or liturgical books. It was erroneously attributed to Pope Leo I and was in use from the fourth to the seventh centuries. It contains neither canons nor the Ordinary of the Mass, but many propers, collects, prefaces, secrets, postcommunions, and orations, together with ordination forms. Many of these prayers are still in use today.
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Many of these prayers are still in use today.
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