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34). 4 E. Bishop, The Genius of the Roman Rite, Liturgica Historica, p. 15. 5 So Bäumer, ii. 35, but his ex silentio argument refers only to Metz and Lyons. html [01-01-2009 1:27:50] page_40 < previous page page_40 next page > Page 40 'from the north', and won the Benedictines to abandon a hymnal associated so intimately and continuously with the opus dei? The expansion of Benedictinism, not merely by means of new foundations but by the gradual acceptance of the Rule by existing monasteries,1 may explain, at any rate in part, the success of the Benedictine hymnary.

34). 4 E. Bishop, The Genius of the Roman Rite, Liturgica Historica, p. 15. 5 So Bäumer, ii. 35, but his ex silentio argument refers only to Metz and Lyons. html [01-01-2009 1:27:50] page_40 < previous page page_40 next page > Page 40 'from the north', and won the Benedictines to abandon a hymnal associated so intimately and continuously with the opus dei? The expansion of Benedictinism, not merely by means of new foundations but by the gradual acceptance of the Rule by existing monasteries,1 may explain, at any rate in part, the success of the Benedictine hymnary.

1911, pp. 341 sqq. html [01-01-2009 1:27:50] page_39 < previous page page_39 next page > Page 39 Junius, 25, saec. IX), or Rheinau (Zurich, Bibl. Cantonale, n. 34, saec. IX). 'Le P. Blume a seulement reconnu et reconstitué le groupe des témoins de l'ancien usage gallican',1 and he is not entitled to conclude that he has done anything more. In Italy we already know the Ambrosian hymnal, and in Spain the Mozarabic. 2 When Benedict speaks of the 'Ambrosian' hymns, he no more than the fathers of Tours in 5673 can have really known which were the genuine hymns of Ambrose, and we cannot argue that he is prescribing, in any case, one of the hymns which we now know to be genuinely the work of the Bishop of Milan.

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