Also, he reports that I blame the problems of the Latin missal on the haste with which it was assembled.
Tiny pure white lace gloves and a mother-of-pearl prayer missal completed the ensemble.
He remembers being very struck by a French missal , brought home by his father - an ardent Francophile.
The most pertinent example appears in a twelfth-century missal found in the San Isidoro library.
In his memoirs, Milestones, for example, readers encounter a young Bavarian boy delighting in his first missal and in his early encounters with the church as an intimate, warm community of worship.
Edith responded immediately by buying a missal and a catechism and preparing for baptism.
He thrust the latest missal back into the hands of the descendant of the prophet.
An English Dominican friar named John Siferwas, he is also identified in the monumental missal commissioned for the Dorset abbey of Sherhorne at the beginning of the fifteenth century.
It was not until 1961 that a scholar noted that the missal in the British Museum Library had come from the chapter library, although this news did not reach Benevento until 1976.
The final claim is for a twelfth-century Italian missal .