Author Topic: Interesting information on the Mozarabic Rite  (Read 34 times)

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Interesting information on the Mozarabic Rite
« on: Yesterday at 05:29:25 AM »
This beautiful liturgy, which in many respects is evocative, for whatever reason, of more Eastern styles, was recently celebrated at St. Peter's Basillica in Rome.  I believe some ROCOR Western Rite parishes have served the Mozarabic Liturgy.

At any rate, this article provides some nice information on this rite, as does the linked to article.  I had no idea about the breaking of the Host into nine pieces, or the saying of Amen after each clause in the Lord's Prayer.

http://www.newliturgicalmovement.org/2015/05/pictures-of-mozarabic-mass-in-st-peters.html#.VWGaDUdHaK0