Dear readers, thank you for everything!
…including a fancy capital “A” from a medieval manuscript.
…including rehearsal videos for each individual voice.
This luscious manuscript was created about A.D. 1453 for a French Noblewoman.
How ironic that this is being hosted by the Martin Luther University!
As the Isaac Jogues Missal would do 650 years later, this Missal provides pictures of the priest during the Canon!
Many erroneously believe the Kyrie was the only thing troped, but that’s not even close to true.
Through the centuries, we observe a remarkable stability—in spite of variants, which will always exist.
Have you noticed liturgical progressives are never happy?
Medieval manuscripts were normally created by (at least) two monks: one drew, one wrote.
Catholics can now *see with their own eyes* the antiquity of our liturgy.