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  • For this reason, fatihful to the intentions of the Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum, this Pontifical Commission, responding to your request, entrusts to the Monastery of San Benedetto in Norcia the special apostolate of the celebration of the Holy Eucharist “in utroque usu”, that is, both in the ordinary as well as the extraordinary form of the Roman Rite, in collaboration with the Holy See and in communion with the diocesan bishop.

    Benedictine Monastery of Norcia, Italy to Celebrate Both Forms of the Roman Rite

  • The Monastery of San Benedetto in Norcia has been asked to celebrate the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in utroque usu – according to both the extraordinary and ordinary forms of the Roman rite.

    Benedictine Monastery of Norcia, Italy to Celebrate Both Forms of the Roman Rite

  • The Monastery of San Benedetto in Norcia has been asked to celebrate the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in utroque usu –according to both the extraordinary and ordinary forms of the Roman rite. ...

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • In them it is said that St. Paul was born at Tarsus of idolatrous parents — utroque parente gentili procreatus — that, having come to

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • Cum renuente parente utroque et ipsa virgine frui non posset, ipsum et ipsam interfecit, hoc a magistratu petens, ut in eodem sepulchro sepeliri possent.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Corollae quinquefidae tubo hine fisso, lobis majoribus margine utroque auriculato-crispis, alatisve, duobus minoribus lanceolatis, interne appendice proprio cuculliformi instructis.

    Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia

  • Qui tamen non de Patre procedit in Filium, et de Filio procedit ad sanctificandam creaturam, sicut quidam male intelligentes credendum esse putabant, sed simul de utroque procedit.

    Pneumatologia

  • Filio procedit ad sanctificandam creaturam, sicut quidam male intelligentes credendum esse putabant, sed simul de utroque procedit.

    Pneumatologia

  • Ego quidem in utroque, sed magis ego in eo quod in me approbabam quam in eo quod in me improbabam.

    Pneumatologia

  • _P. _ niger, fortiter politus et lucidus, metathorace petiolique squamulâ dente longo curvato acuto in latere utroque, pedibus nigro-ferrugineis.

    Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society - Vol. 3 Zoology

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