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That the Mass is the central feature of the Catholic religion hardly needs to be said. During the Reformation (and always) the Mass has been the test. The word of the Reformers—“It is the Mass that matters”—was true. The long persecution of Catholics in England took the practical form of laws chiefly against saying Mass; for centuries the occupant of the English throne was obliged to manifest his Protestantism, not by a general denial of the whole system of Catholic dogma, but by a formal repudiation of the doctrine of Transubstantiation and of the Mass.
— Fr. Adrian Fortescue (d. 1923)

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1913 • Emile Dethier “Psalmi in Notis”
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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• Psalmi in Notis : : Vesper Psalter : : According to the Vatican Version “Transcribed into modern notation by Emile Dethier, Organist at the Grand Seminary, Liège, Belgium” • Publishing Information: J. Fischer & Bro., New York : : Breitkopf & Härtel : : Leipzig, London, Brussels, and Berlin. Copyright, 1913, by J. Fischer & Bro. British Copyright secured. Fischer’s Edition, No. 3710 • “Approved: James H. McGean, Chairman. Dioscesan Church Music Commission. August 13th, 1913. Imprimatur John Cardinal Farley, Archbishop of New York.” • Based on the Solesmes rhythmics, as evidenced by the Marian antiphons at the back (Salve Regina, Regina Caeli, etc.). •