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The Luxeuil Lectionary, the Gothicum and Gallicum Missals, and the Gallican variations of the Hieronymian Martyrology are the manager authorities on this level, and to these could also be added some knowledge to be gathered from the rules of the Councils of Agde (506), Orléans (541), excursions (567), and Mâcon (581), and from the “Historia Francorum” of St. Gregory of excursions, as to the Gallican practice in the sixth century.
it’s possible that there have been many adaptations in numerous occasions and places, and that the influence of the Hieronymian Martyrology brought about many gradual assimilations to Rome. The year, as is usual, started out with creation. The Council of Mâcon, which arranges for three days’ quick every week, right through that season, mentions St. Martin’s Day as the important thing-day for advent Sunday, so that, as a gift in the Mozarabic and Ambrosian Rites, there were six Sundays of introduction (however handiest two introduction masses survive within the Gallicanum.) The Gothicum and the Luxeuil Lectionary each commence with Christmas Eve. Then following Christmas Day; St. Stephen; St. John (in keeping with Luxeuil); St. James and St. John (in line with the Gothicum, which agrees with the Hieronymian Martyrology and with a Syriac Menology of 412, quoted by way of Duchesne.
The Mozarabic has for 29 December “Sanctus Jacobus Frater Domini”, but that’s the different St. James); Holy Innocents; Circumcision; St. Genevieve (Luxeuil Lectionary handiest. Her day is 3 Jan.); Sunday after the Circumcision (Luxeuil); Vigil of Epiphany; Epiphany; two Sundays after Epiphany (Luxeuil); “Festum Sanctae Mariae” (Luxeuil, referred to as “Assumptio” within the Gothicum, 18 Jan.); St. Agnes (Gothicum); after which practice within the Gothicum, out of their proper locations, Sts. Cecily (22 Nov.); Clement (23 Nov.); Saturninus (29 Nov.); Andrew (30 Nov.); and Eulalia (10 Dec.); the Conversion of St. Paul (Gothicum); St. Peter’s Chair (in both. This from its place after the Conversion of St. Paul in the Gothicum, should be St. Peter’s Chair at Antioch, 22 Feb.; however it will no longer figure out as such with the two Sundays between it and the Epiphany and three between it and Lent, because it seems in the Luxeuil Lectionary; so it should imply St. Peter’s Chair at Rome, 18 Jan., which is famous to had been the festival kept in Gaul; three Sundays after St. Peter’s Chair (Luxeuil); Initium Quadragesimae; five Lenten plenty (Gothicum); Palm Sunday (Luxeuil); “Symboli Traditio” (Gothicum); Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Holy Week, called by using the name still used within the Ambrosian rite, Authentica Hebdomada (Luxeuil); Maundy Thursday; just right Friday; Easter Eve; Easter Day and the entire week; Low Sunday, referred to as in each Clausum Paschae; 4 more Sundays after Easter (Luxeuil); Invention of the pass (Gothicum, 3 may just); St. John the Evangelist (Gothicum, 6 may just); three Rogation Days; Ascension; Sunday after Ascension (Luxeuil); Pentecost; Sunday after Pentecost (Luxeuil); Sts. Ferreolus and Ferru (Gothicum, sixteen June); Nativity of St. John the Baptist; Sts. Peter and Paul; Decollation of St. John the Baptist; Missa de Novo fructus (sic, Luxeuil); St. Sixtus (Gothicum, 6 Aug.); St. Lawrence (Gothicum, 10 Aug.); St. Hippolytus (Gothicum 13 Aug.); Sts. Cornelius and Cyprian (Gothicum, 16 Sept.); Sts. John and Paul (Gothicum, 26 June); St. Symphorian (Gothicum, 22 Aug.); St. Maurice and his companions (Gothicum, 22 Sept.); St. Leger (Gothicum, 2 Oct.); St. Martin (Gothicum, 22 Nov.).
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