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On leaving the Vatican after his abdication: “I was deeply moved. The cordiality of the farewell, also the tears of my collaborators. [His voice breaks with emotion.] On the roof of the Casa Bonus Pastor there was written in huge letters «Dio gliene renda merito» [“May God reward you”]. (The Pope weeps) I was really deeply moved. In any case, while I hovered overhead and began to hear the bells of Rome tolling, I knew that I could be thankful and my state of mind on the most profound level was gratitude.”
— Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI (23 May 2016)

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

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      * *  1874 Proprium et Commune Sanctorum (PDF) — F.X. Haberl & Jos. Hanisch

• 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 •