Mass Celebrated for Forty Hours of Devotion Sacaments 1566 Roman Missal Leaf

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Seller: griffonsmanuscripts (6,467) 100%, Location: Saint Petersburg, Florida, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 302955665134 Click on the image for a detailed view. A leaf from a large Missale Romanum (305x215mm), dated 1566, and printed by Giovanni Varisco in Venice. There are two columns of printed Gothic text in back ink with forty-one lines of text per column. Rubrics in red ink with woodcuts depicting various Saints, Apostles and Biblical scenes scattered throughout the manuscript in black ink. Leaves containing music consist of a four-line stave in red ink with notes in black ink This particular leaf contains the text for the Mass that is celebrated for The Forty Hours of Devotion. This is a Roman Catholic exercise of devotion in which continuous prayer is made for forty hours before the Blessed Sacrament in solemn exposition. It often occurs in a succession of churches, with one finishing prayers at the same time as the next takes it up. A celebration of such a devotion is begun by a Solemn Mass or "Mass of Exposition", and ended by a "Mass of Reposition". The latter concludes with a procession and benediction. The Blessed Sacrament is reposed in the tabernacle for the daily Mass, and then returned for exposition after Mass. It is assumed that the exposition and prayer should be kept up by night as well as by day, but permission is given to dispense with this requirement when enough watchers cannot be obtained. In such a case the interruption of the devotion by night does not forfeit the indulgences conceded by The Holy See to those who take part in iit. The verso There are two columns of printed Gothic text in back ink with forty-one line of text per column. Rubrics in red ink with various woodcuts depicting Saints, Apostles and Biblical scenes scattered throughout the manuscript in black ink. (Weale-Bohatta 1157). This particular edition is scarce. Giovanni Varisco and his family members were wealthy Venetian printers with bookshops in Rome and Naples. Varisco was also the typesetter appointed by Pope Pius V to print the missal authorized by the Council of Trent in 1570, which was quite an honor and responsibility for this Venetian family. A Great Gift For Any Manuscript Collector We Now Accept PayPal! We Ship Worldwide. Please Contact Us For a Free Shipping Quote! Date of Publication: 1566, Binding: Loose Pages, Region: Europe, Subject: Religion, Roman Missal, Original/Facsimile: Original, Language: Latin, Publisher: Giovanni Varisco, Place of Publication: Venice Italy

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