The Visigothic / Mozarabic Rite
#31
II. INVOCATIO SANCTORUM

Sancta Maria.

R/. Ora pro nobis.

Sancta Dei genitrix.
 R/. Ora pro nobis.

Sancta Virgo virginum.
 R/. Ora pro nobis.

Sancte Michael.
R/. Ora pro nobis.

Sancte Gabriel.
R/. Ora pro nobis.

Sancte Raphael.
R/. Ora pro nobis.

Sancte Cherubin.
R/. Ora pro nobis.

Sancte Seraphin.
R/. Ora pro nobis.

Omnes sancti Angeli et Archangeli Dei.
R/. Orate pro nobis.

Omnes sancti beatorum spirituum ordines.
R/. Orate pro nobis.


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#32
PATRIARCHÆ ET PROPHETÆ


Sancte Ioannes Baptista.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Omnes sancti Patriarchæ et Prophetæ.
R/. Orate pro nobis.


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#33
Sancte Petre.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Paule.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Andrea.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Iacobe.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Ioannes.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Thoma.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Philippe.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Bartholomæe.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Matthæe.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Simon.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Thaddæe.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Matthia.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Barnaba.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Luca.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Marce.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Omnes sancti Apostoli et Evangelistæ.
R/. Orate pro nobis.
Omnes sancti Discipuli Domini.
R/. Orate pro nobis.

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#34
MARTYRES

O
mnes sancti Innocentes.
R/. Orate pro nobis.
Sancte Stephane.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Line.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Laurenti.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Vincenti.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Clemens.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Eugeni.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Sebastiane.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Fabiane.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Christophore.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Genesi.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Romane.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Blasi.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Zoyle.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Antonine.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Saturnine.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Georgi.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancti Iuste et Pastor.
R/. Orate pro nobis.
Sancte Germane.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Fernande.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Omnes sancti Martyres.
R/. Orate pro nobis.

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#35
Cardinal Ximenes from 15th century incorporated dancing into the liturgy (so I've heard), does anybody know any sources of that?
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#36
(06-13-2018, 03:53 PM)Innijo Wrote: Cardinal Ximenes from 15th century incorporated dancing into the liturgy (so I've heard), does anybody know any sources of that?

I found this reference. Wonder where the Cardinal took the idea? 

The only parallel I can think of (1000 years earlier) is from the Roman tripudium dance, used in Pagan worship, but not sure if this had any bearing on the formative stages of the Church (like some other non-Christian elements did, notably in festivals, holidays, etc.)
"Good above all good, and Beautiful above all beautiful; peaceful repose, Peace, Concord and Union of all souls; compose the dissensions which divide us from one another, and lead them back to an union with charity, which has a kind of similitude to Thy sublime essence: and as Thou art One above all, and we, one, through the unanimity of a good mind; that we may be found before Thee simplex and not divided, whilst celebrating this mystery; and that through the embraces of Charity and bonds of Love, we may be spiritually one, both with ourselves and with one another, through that Thy Peace pacifying all; through the Grace and Compassion and Love towards man of Thine Only-begotten Son; through Whom, and with Whom is due to Thee, Glory, honour and dominion, with Thy Most Holy Spirit." - Liturgy of Dionysus
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#37
The pagans had no influence upon the Catholic Church. It is the traditional Catholic Church which influences the pagan festivities.

https://www.catholic.com/tract/is-catholicism-pagan This article is too long to reproduce, here. One small part of it corrects the Protestant errors of branding Catholicism pagan by stating that the cross was used as a symbol by the Church because Christ died on it, not because pagans used crosses!
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#38
(06-14-2018, 03:53 AM)MysteriumRegis Wrote:
(06-13-2018, 03:53 PM)Innijo Wrote: Cardinal Ximenes from 15th century incorporated dancing into the liturgy (so I've heard), does anybody know any sources of that?

I found this reference. Wonder where the Cardinal took the idea? 

The only parallel I can think of (1000 years earlier) is from the Roman tripudium dance, used in Pagan worship, but not sure if this had any bearing on the formative stages of the Church (like some other non-Christian elements did, notably in festivals, holidays, etc.)

I haven't seen any evidence of dancing in the Mozarabic rite.
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#39
EPISCOPI ET CONFESSORES

S
ancte Silvester.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Hylari.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Martine.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Augustine.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Hieronyme.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Ambrosi.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Gregori.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Leander.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Isidore.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Ildephonse.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Iuliane.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Nicolæ.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Benedicte.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Egidi.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Francisce.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Dominice.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Antoni.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancte Bernarde.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Omnes sancti Confessores.
R/. Orate pro nobis.


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#40
SANCTÆ DEI

S
ancta Maria Magdalena.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Anna.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Felicitas.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Perpetua.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Agnes.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Cæcilia.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Christina.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Iusta.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Rufina.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Leocadia.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Eulalia.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Marina.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Columba.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Barbara.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Lucia.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Agatha.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Eufemia.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Fides.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Sancta Quiteria.
R/. Ora pro nobis.
Omnes sanctæ virgines.
R/. Orate pro nobis.
Omnes sancti et sanctæ Dei.
R/. Ora pro nobis.

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