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“As often as possible they gathered together the children of the village and sat them down in the cabin. Father Brébeuf would put on a surplice and biretta and chant the Our Father, which Father Daniel had translated into Huron rhymes, and the children would chant it after him. Next, he taught them the sign of the cross, the Hail Mary, the Apostles’ Creed, and the Commandments.”
— Biography of St. Jean de Brébeuf

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1908 Pustet Graduale (Fragment)
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Graduale sacrosanctae romanae ecclesiae : de tempore et de sanctis ; SS. D.N. Pii x. ponctificis maximi jussu restitutum et editum ; cui addita sunt festa novissima. 1908 : : Editio ratisbonensis justa vaticanam. xviii, 1-552, [1]-[204] p., 1*-52* pages Romae ; Neo Eboraci ; Cincinnati : Friderici Pustet •

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• Graduale sacrosanctae romanae ecclesiae : de tempore et de sanctis ; SS. D.N. Pii x. ponctificis maximi jussu restitutum et editum ; cui addita sunt festa novissima. 1908 : : Editio ratisbonensis justa vaticanam. xviii, 1-552, [1]-[204] p., 1*-52* pages Romae ; Neo Eboraci ; Cincinnati : Friderici Pustet •