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The Feast of the Circumcision 2015

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“Balance Instead of Harmony” : A Guest Article by Paweł Milcarek on the History ...

[...] with its medieval and Gregorian form, and through them, with the very beginnings of the Roman Rite. Among the elements of the Tridentine reform, one must note the far-reaching Romanization – or [...]

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[...]  on the newly-created Solemnity of the Mother of God, which replaced the Circumcision in the Roman Rite, even if commemorations still existed. He and Gregory were therefore given a joint feast on [...]

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