Definition of Missae. Meaning of Missae. Synonyms of Missae

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Definition of Missae

Missae
Missa Mis"sa, n.; pl. Miss[ae]. [LL. See 1st Mass.] (R.C.Ch.) The service or sacrifice of the Mass.

Meaning of Missae from wikipedia

- Scala Aretina by Francesc Valls (Barcelona, 1702) M**** in B minor and four Missae by Johann Sebastian Bach High M****es by Jan Dismas Zelenka Requiem by Jean...
- Formula missae et communionis pro ecclesia Vuittembergensi (1523) was a 16th-century Latin liturgy composed by Martin Luther for Lutheran churches in Wittenberg...
- text of the letter in an English translation is given in The New "Ordo Missæ": A battle on two fronts Archived 2007-10-29 at the Wayback Machine Je suis...
- The Ordo Lectionum Missae (Known officially in English as Order of Readings for M****), commonly referred to as OLM, is the main liturgical lectionary used...
- The Canon of the M**** (Latin: Canon Missæ), also known as the Canon of the Roman M**** and in the M**** of Paul VI as the Roman Canon or Eucharistic Prayer...
- Normative M****, which was replaced by the text included in the book Novus Ordo Missae (The New Order of M****) in 1969. On 25 September 1969, two retired cardinals...
- excluding exceptional celebrations. The M**** ordinary (Latin: Ordinarium Missae), or the ordinarium parts of the M****, is the generally invariable set of...
- tradition Order of M**** (Latin: Ordo Missae) is sometimes used as a synonym of Ordinary of the M**** (Ordinarium Missae), but the last expression usually...
- Short Critical Study of the Novus Ordo Missae (Italian: Breve Esame Critico del Novus Ordo Missae), nicknamed Ottaviani Intervention, is a 1969 do****ent...
- predominant rite used by Lutheran churches is a Western one based on the Formula missae ("Form of the M****"), although other Lutheran liturgies are also in use...