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Some are called not to much speaking, | nor to conversations about the Church, | but, rather, to a deep silence | and to a life hidden in the heart of the Church, | far from wrangling tongues, from speculations, and discord. [ … ] This is the essence of a Eucharistic monastic life.
— Fr. Mark Daniel Kirby (Meditation on Colossians 3:3)

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 •