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“Each Mass contains the slaying of the Victim, not repeated here in the West after centuries, made once only long ago in Palestine, yet part of the sacrifice offered throughout the world each morning. All Masses are one sacrifice, including the death of the cross, continuing through all time the act of offering then begun … Every time we hear Mass we look across that gulf of time, we are again before the cross, with his mother and St. John; we offer still that victim then slain, present here under the forms of bread and wine.”
— Fr. Adrian Fortescue (d. 1923)

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1880 Les Mélodies Grégoriennes d'après la tradition
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Les mélodies grégoriennes, d’après la tradition • Abbot Joseph Pothier • French Book : : vii, 268 pages • Par le Rév. Père Dom Joseph Pothier (1835-1923), moine bénédictin de l’abbaye de Solesmes, de la Congrégation de France • 1880 Tournay, Impr. liturgique de Saint Jean L'évangéliste, Desclée Lefebvre • There is as-yet no differentiation between the salicus and scandicus. •