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“Iconographic tradition has theologically interpreted the manger and the swaddling cloths in terms of the theology of the Fathers. The child stiffly wrapped in bandages is seen as prefiguring the hour of his death: from the outset, he is the sacrificial victim, as we shall see more closely when we examine the reference to the first-born. The manger, then, was seen as a kind of altar.”
— Pope Benedict XVI (2012)

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1857 Vesperale (Modern Notation)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Roman vesperal: containing the complete vespers for the whole year. With Gregorian chants in modern notation. • 264 pages – “fifth revised edition” • 1857 : : Baltimore: Published by John Murphy & Co., no. 182 Baltimore street • In the blessing by the Archbishop of Baltimore, he says that Rev. C. Maugin prepared the book. •