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  • The idea of an opportunity to recuperate the archeological vein, both in music and liturgy, of a past, from which the so called “oxen centuries” (seculi bui) of the Council of Trent separated it … .. in short an archeology which has nothing at all to do with Tradition and which wishes to restore something which maybe never existed, is a bit similar to certain churches restored in the “pseudoromantic” style of Viollet-le-Duc.

    Interview with Domenico Bartolucci

  • The idea of an opportunity to recuperate the archeological vein, both in music and liturgy, of a past, from which the so called “oxen centuries” seculi bui of the Council of Trent separated it ….. in short an archeology which has nothing at all to do with Tradition and which wishes to restore something which maybe never existed, is a bit similar to certain churches restored in the “pseudoromantic” style of Viollet-le-Duc.

    A bombshell of an interview. Mons. Domenico Bartolucci on the liturgical reforms and the reform of the reform.

  • Jesu salvator seculi redemptis ope subveni et pia Dei genitrix salutem posce miseris.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Here's a page with a list of some compositions based on hymns; they've got the Latin and English for Jesu Salvator seculi, Redemptis via John Sheppard c.1515 ? c.1560:

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Vngulam quippe equi mordere est, extrema seculi feriendo contingere, ut cadat ascensor eius retro.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Ita est profecto, et quisquis haec videre abnuis, huic seculi parum aptus es, aut potius nostrorum omnium conditionem ignoras, quibus reciproco quodam nexu laeta tristibus, tristia laetis invicem succedunt.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Isti tamen quod in aliquibus appropinquant veræ fidei, multi quandoque eorum inuenti sunt conuersi, et plures adhuc de facili conuerterentur, si haberunt prædicatores, sincerè eis verbum tractantes, quippe cùm iam fateantur legum Mahometi quandoque defecturam, sicut nunc perijt lex Iudæorum, et legem Christianorum vsque in finem seculi permansuram.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Reuersus in Angliam, ac visis sui seculi malis, vir pius dicebat, nostris temporibus iam verius quàm olim dici potest, virtus cessat, Ecclesia calcatur,

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Virgine, et per eius conuersationem humillimam in eadem, ac per dolorosam mortis suæ consummationem ibidem, átque indè per eius admirandam resurrectionem, ac ascensionem in coelum, et postremò quia creditur illic in fine seculi reuersurus, et omnia iudicaturus: certum est, quòd ab omnibus qui Christiano nomine à

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Genus dicatum Jano Huigenio Linschotenio, geographo, navarcho, itineratori seculi XVI., qui historiae naturalis, imprimis vero geographiae et rei nauticae progressui eximie profuit.

    Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia

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