A Dictionary of Christian Antiquities; Being a Continuation of the Dictionary of the Bible' Volume 2

A Dictionary of Christian Antiquities; Being a Continuation of the Dictionary of the Bible' Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1880 edition. Excerpt: ...I. f552, and Jesujab t660 of Cyprian, bishop of Nisibis, fl. 767, and of Gabriel, metropolitan of Bussorah, circ. 884. It has been printed (1) by Morin from a Vatican MS. in both Syriac and Latin, the Latin version being however to some extent untrustworthy; (2) by J. S. Asseman, Bibliotheca Orientalis, vol. iii. p. 2, from the same and other Vatican MSS., but with an amended Latin version; (3) by J. A Asseman, Cod. Liturg. vol. xiii.; (4) by G. P. Badger, The Sestorians and tfieir Rituals, London, 1852, from MSS. which differ in many, bnt comparatively unimportant, points from those which were used by the two Assemans; (5) by Denzinger, Eitus Orientalhun, vo. ii., who has reprinted both the text of the Assemans and that of Badger. E. H. ORDINARY OF THE MASS. The definition of ordinarium (-ius) is liber continent oidinem divini oflicii. In reference to the Mass this would imply the fixed framework of the service into which the variable parts, proper to the day or season, are fitted, and by popular usage is tiisen to mean the whole of the service, except the canon. C. . H.J ORDINATION. I. Names for ordination: L Words denoting appointment or election, p. 1501. ii. Words denoting promotion, p. 1..02 iii. Words denoting memb-rship of the clerus, p. 1502. iv. Word denoting admission to office, p. 1502. II. Xaturc qf ordination: (1) Contemporary modes of civil appointment, p. 1503. (a) By the people, (b) By the senate, (c) By the sovereign. (2) Corresponding modes of ecclesiastical appoint ment, p. 1503. (a) By the laity, (b) By the clergy, (c) By the bishop. (3) Ultimate elements of ordination, p. 1504. i. Election: (a) Or presbyters, (b) Of deacons, (c) Of subdeacons. (d) Of readers. Ii. Testimony, p. 1506: (a) Of clergy, (b) Of laity....
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