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Some people call you “traditionalists.” Sometimes you even call yourselves “traditional Catholics” or hyphenate yourselves in a similar way. Please do this no longer. You do not belong in a box on the shelf or in a museum of curiosities. You are not traditionalists: you are Catholics of the Roman rite—as am I, and as is the Holy Father. You are not second-class or somehow peculiar members of the Catholic Church because of your life of worship and your spiritual practices, which were those of innumerable saints.
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1952 The Rhythmic Tradition in the Manuscripts
published 19 March 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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      * *  1952 The Rhythmic Tradition in the Manuscripts (Gajard & Mocquereau)

• André Mocquereau; Joseph Gajard • Translated by Dom Laurence Bévenot • English Book 30 pages • English trans. = 1952 Paris : Society of St. John the Evangelist, Desclée, • Originally published in 1924 by Desclée •