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Please help support the mission of New Advent and get the full contents of this website as an instant download. An ancient alphabet of the Slavic languages, also called in Russian bukvitsa. The ancient Slavonic when reduced to writing seems to have been originally written with a kind of runic letters, which, when formed into a regular alphabet, were called the Glagolitic, that is the signs which spoke. Cyril, who, together with his brother St. Methodius, translated the Greek liturgy into Slavonic when he converted the Bulgarians and Moravians, invented the form of letters derived from the Greek alphabet with which the church Slavonic is usually written.

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Illuminated initial in the Missal of Princ Novak , , the text examplar for the Missal. The manuscript is now in the Austrian National Library, Vienna. Image from web page: Croatian glagolitic heritage The altar missal is the book which contains the prayers said by the priest at the altar as well as all that is officially read or sung in connection with the offering of the holy Sacrifice of the Mass throughout the ecclesiastical year. To the book is prefixed with calendar and a systematized collection of rubrics for the guidance of priests.

The Proprium de tempore is shorter and contains the liturgical texts which are said in every Mass. The Ordo Missae with the prefaces and the Canon, is placed near the center of the volume immediately before the Mass for Easter Sunday. The remainder of the book is devoted to those portions of the liturgy which vary from day to day according to feast and season.

That is followed with the Masses of the season after which come a part with the Masses for the separate festivals Proprium Sanctorum in the ecclesiastical year, and as the conclusion comes the Common of Saints Commune Sanctorum.

This is supplemented by a certain number of votive Masses, among the rest Masses for the dead, and a collection of collects, secrets, and post-communions for special occasions.

The Missale Romanum Glagolitice follows this standard order of missals: 1 calendar, 2 Proprium de tempore , 3 Ordo missae and conon, 4 votive masses for the dead 5 Proprium sanctorum , 6 Commune sanctorum and 7 ritual texts. The text exemplar is mostly but not exclusively the manuscript know as the Missal of Prince Novak from This manuscript was written by the nobleman from the region of Lika and in was bought by the parishioners of church of St Jelena in village of Nugla Istrian peninsula.

Documents state that parish paid 45 golden pieces for the manuscript. Because of vagaries of the dialect and abbreviation in the text it is unclear if he is talking about the moving of the printing shop somewhere gori gre or expressing joy at how well the printing is going sentence begins with words Vita. The selection of the holidays of saints and martyrs in the calendar of the Missal is consistent with the region of Istria and northern part of the Adriatic coast.

The peculiarity of this Missal is the holiday of the St. Jerome Translatio s. Hieronymi which does not appear in any other contemporary missal, Glagolitic or Latin. However it would further underline the Istrian redaction of the text, regarding that by the local legend St Jerome was born in Istria Zrenj near Buzet Nazor , p. Uvez glagoljske knjige. Zbornik - Muzej primenjene umetnosti. Nazor, A. Hrvatskoglagoljske inkunabule. U povodu

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To submit news, send e-mail to the contact team. Recently, one of our readers sent in something that we have yet to have shown here: scans from the last preconciliar edition of the Roman Missal in Glagolitic as published in In point of fact, the reader in question sent in a scan of the entire missal, but for now I will simply show a few select pages from this. As it was explained to me, the edition of the Glagolitic Missal was transliterated into Latin script since knowledge of Glagolitic script was already in great decline by this time. Glagolitic script was only used for the Ordinary of the Mass and in parallel to the same in Latinized script. For the sake of interest, however, let me first show you the original title page of the Glagolitic Missal as published in ; you can see the Glagolitic script beneath the Latin title: Here then is the title page of the edition of the Glagolitic Missal: Background of the Glagolitic Missal Before we continue, a few words are likely in order about the Glagolitic Missal.

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Illuminated initial in the Missal of Princ Novak , , the text examplar for the Missal. The manuscript is now in the Austrian National Library, Vienna. Image from web page: Croatian glagolitic heritage The altar missal is the book which contains the prayers said by the priest at the altar as well as all that is officially read or sung in connection with the offering of the holy Sacrifice of the Mass throughout the ecclesiastical year. To the book is prefixed with calendar and a systematized collection of rubrics for the guidance of priests.

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Missale Romanum Glagolitice Croatian : Misal po zakonu rimskoga dvora is a Croatian missal and incunabulum printed in It is written in Glagolitic script and is the first printed Croatian book. It is the first missal in Europe not published in Latin script. Its editio princeps , unique in the achieved typographic artistry, was published only 28 years after the Gutenberg bible 's lines, [1] bears witness of high cultural attainment and maturity of Croatian Glagolites and Croatian mediaeval literature.

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