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The liturgical reform bears absolutely no relation to what is called "desacralization" and in no way intends to lend support to the phenomenon of "secularizing the world." Accordingly the rites must retain their dignity, spirit of reverence, and sacred character.
— Sacred Congregation for Divine Worship (5 September 1970)

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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. •