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It should be borne in mind that there is no preference expressed in the liturgical legislation for either “versus populum” or “ad orientem.” Since both positions enjoy the favor of law, the legislation may not be invoked to say that one position or the other accords more closely with the mind of the Church.
— Congregation for Divine Worship (Vatican City), 10 April 2000

1884 Pustet Graduale
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Graduale de tempore et de sanctis : juxta ritum sanctae romanae ecclesiae cum cantu Pauli V. Pont. Max. jussu reformato cui addita sunt officia postea adprobata • xii, 512, 268, 104, 4 pages • 1884 Romae • Haberl/Pustet book • 1884 edition of the Ratisbon/Neo-Medici/Medicean Graduale Romanum •