To submit news, send e-mail to the contact team. Here is the late 7th century Gelasian Sacramentary , published in its modern edition in , as sent by Jeffrey Ostrowski and digitized by Google. The Roman Canon is on page Just looking through it, one is touched by how close a connection we have to history in the Roman Rite. Humbling, isn't it? How dare we litter this pious masterpiece with our own pop music and pop theology, and how dare we think that we can do better by making up our own words and importing our own sensibility to the liturgy?
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To submit news, send e-mail to the contact team. Here is the late 7th century Gelasian Sacramentary , published in its modern edition in , as sent by Jeffrey Ostrowski and digitized by Google. The Roman Canon is on page Just looking through it, one is touched by how close a connection we have to history in the Roman Rite.
Humbling, isn't it? How dare we litter this pious masterpiece with our own pop music and pop theology, and how dare we think that we can do better by making up our own words and importing our own sensibility to the liturgy? Posted Tuesday, December 11, Labels: Music. Writers William Mahrt. Email , Twitter. Alcuin Reid Ordo Romanus Primus ed.
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The Gelasian Sacramentary: Liber sacramentorum Romanae Ecclesiae
I remember once I sent an article about first- and second-century evangelism to a friend, and it came up in the comments section of his now dead blog, and someone came in with all guns flaring as though he and I believed that everything done in the ancient church was perfect. This trend is visible not only in Patristic and Mediaeval texts that try to solve and reform problems, from 1 Clement to Gregory of Tours or the letters of Gregory the Great, but also in texts that claim to bear weighty authority — some of these are visibly heretical to post-Chalcedonian eyes, others tread near to it, others have problems mingled in with the good, invisible to their authors. Why not just, say, construct liturgies out of Bruce Cockburn lyrics or attend U2charists? I will dispense with the absolutely subjective first. I like ancient and mediaeval prayers. I like the way they sound. I like they way they are constructed.
Muratori gave this convenient but misleading label to the Vatican manuscript Reginensis in his edition of , and it has been in usage ever since. But its most recent editor, Mohlberg, despite adverse criticism, has rightly restored the actual title of the manuscrpt: Liber Sacramentorum Romanae Aeclesiae Ordinis Anni Circuli Rome However, since that title, though accurate, is cumbersome, it will be referred to as Reg Besides being the oldest and most complete extant manuscript of the Roman Sacramentary, albeit a Frankish-Roman hybrid, it is also a beautiful example Merovingian manuscript and calligraphy. The authorship of the Reg can no longer be attributed to Pope gelasius — , because "that theory rests upon a faulty interpretation of a passage in the Liber pontificalis and from an expression in the Vita Gregorii by the Roman deacon John which is too late to be helpful" Vogel, Medieval Liturgy , The Old Gelasian Sacramentary is to be distinguished from the so-called 8th-century Gelasian Sacramentary or the Frankish-Gelasian Sacramentaries, a different family of sacramentaries which is discussed as a topic under gregorian sacramentary. Vogel suggests that the ancestor of the Reg "must have been composed between and , i.