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Essentially the Missal of St. Pius V is the Gregorian Sacramentary; that again is formed from the Gelasian book which depends on the Leonine collection. We find the prayers of our Canon in the treatise “De Sacramentis” and allusions to it in the 4th century. So our Mass goes back, without essential change, to the age when it first developed out of the oldest liturgy of all. It is still redolent of that liturgy, of the days when Caesar ruled the world and thought he could stamp out the faith of Christ, when our fathers met together before dawn and sang a hymn to Christ as to a God. The final result of our enquiry is that, in spite of unsolved problems, in spite of later changes, there is not in Christendom another rite so venerable as ours.
— Fr. Adrian Fortescue (d. 1923)

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1874 Proprium et Commune Sanctorum (Haberl)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Organum comitans ad Graduale romanum quod curavit Sacrorum rituum congregatio. • Transposita et harmonice ornata a Fr X. Haberl; Joseph Hanisch • PROPRIUM ET COMMUNE SANCTORUM necnon Festa Pro Aliquibus Locis • 1883 Editio Secunda (WorldCat says “1883-1884” and “Editon 2a.”) • Ratisbonæ, Neo Eboraci [New York] & Cinncinnatii. Sumtibus, chartis et typis Friderici Pustet. S. Sedis Apostolicae Typographi. • Evidently (by the Prefaces) the first edition was in 1874 •