Breviary, Reform of the Roman


Breviary, Reform of the Roman
Breviary, Reform of the Roman
Article on the 1911-1913 revamping of the breviary so as to allow recitation of all of the Psalter each week. Feasts were also ranked according to liturgical importance, and some offices were no longer obligatory or were even suppressed

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