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We sternly urge adherence to the established norms by those who raise an uproar or a challenge in the name of a misunderstood creative freedom, and thus inflict so much harm on the Church with their rash innovations, so vulgar, so frivolous—and sometimes even lamentably profane. Otherwise the essence of dogma and obviously of ecclesiastical discipline will be weakened, in line with the famous axiom: "lex orandi, lex credendi." We therefore call for absolute loyalty so that the rule of faith may remain safe.
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1851 Hymnarium Vesperale (Lambert)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Hymnarium Vesperale : organ accompaniments for the whole of the hymns of the Roman Vesperal ; with an appendix, containing the three festal sequences of the Roman Gradual. • John Lambert, member of the Pontifical Congregation of the academy of St. Cecilia at Rome. • xiv, 79 pages • 1851 London : Burns and Lambert, 17, Portman Street, Portman Square. •