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Why do we never sing “De Spiritu Sancto” (St. Athenogenes) in our churches? There are a dozen translations in English verse. Where could anyone find a better evening hymn than this, coming right down from the catacombs? Our hymnbooks know nothing of such a treasure as this, and give us pages of poor sentiment in doggerel lines by some tenth-rate modern versifier.
— Rev’d Adrian Fortescue (d. 1923)

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1818 Antiphonale (Bourguignon)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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      * *  1818 Bourguignon Antiphonale (PDF)

• Manuale Cantorum sive Antiphonale Romanum, recognitum Juxta novissimum Antiphonale Romanum. Continet omnia quae per totum annum, in vesperis et completorio cantantur; totum Officium Defunctorum; integrum Officium trium dierum Hebdomadae Sanctae; Officia Festorum mobilium, necnon Hymnum Te Deum, etc. • EDITIO NOVA, Emendata, Officio Matutino in Natalitiis Domini et Plani Cantus elementis Locupletata. • 1818 • Book is approximately 600 pages long • Leodii, Apud C. Bourguignon, Cancellariae Episcopalis Typographum. • Basically, this is an 1818 Antiphonale. •