|Series||Oxford theological monographs|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 164 p.|
|Number of Pages||164|
The name "Leonine Sacramentary" is misleading, since it is neither a sacramentary, nor was it composed by Pope Leo I. More accurately, it is a compilation of individual libelli missarum in a single manuscript. ADDENDA AND CORRIGENDA. On p. 7, note 7, for suggest read sugge line i,for sCorum read suppli note 3 > for Sacra read sa line Pages: Source: Leonine Sacramentary, New Ancient Collects, # For over years, Bright’s Ancient Collects has been a standard resource for classic Christian prayers. The New Ancient Collects is a complete revision and refreshing of all the prayers in Bright’s Ancient Collects with updated language. Otherwise, the Sacramentary is the single book of the priest who presides: he reads from it at the chair (for the opening prayer of Mass, for the prayer after communion, and for the solemn form of concluding blessing) as well as at the altar. The priest needs no other book, except when he joins the people in singing from a hymnal /5(12).
Sacramentary; somewhat fuller introductions are supplied before each of the major celebrations of the Triduum, and an extensive introduction is given for the Order of Mass. The pastoral introduction to the Order of Mass, because of its scale and im-portance, is placed at the front of the volume, following directly after the General. The earliest surviving book of Mass prayers according to the Roman rite. It exists in a single 7th-cent. MS preserved at Verona. Its attribution to Pope Leo I is arbitrary. It is not a sacramentary in the proper sense, but a private collection of libelli. It possesses no Ordinary or Canon of the Mass and contains only the variable parts of the liturgy. The Leonine Sacramentary represents a pure Roman use with no Gallican elements. But it is not a book compiled for use at the altar. processions, etc.). Book III is about various extra-liturgical functions, visits of bishops to governors of provinces, solemn The modern Roman liturgical books are published in many editions by all the well. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hope, David Michael. Leonine sacramentary. London: Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person.
Leonine Sacramentary. Source: The Concise Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church Author(s): E. A. LivingstoneE. A. Livingstone. The earliest surviving book of Mass prayers according to the Roman rite. It exists in a single 7th-cent. MS preserved. The Leonine Sacramentary was a sixth-century collection of libelli. It is the earliest known book of prayers for the eucharist according to the Roman Rite. Sacramentaries came to include the eucharistic prayer, proper collects, prefaces, and other prayers. Sacramentaries did not include the epistle, the gospel, or the gradual of the Mass. The Leonine Sacramentary. The "Leonine Sacramentary" is the oldest. Only one manuscript of it is known, written in the seventh century. This manuscript was found in the library of the cathedral chapter of Verona, was published by Joseph Bianchini in , and was by him attributed arbitrarily to Pope Leo I (). On the strength of this attribution the book still bears the name Leonine. LEONINE SACRAMENTARY The oldest of the Latin sacramentaries or liturgical books. It was erroneously attributed to Pope Leo I and was in use from the fourth to the seventh centuries. It contains.