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Definition of "sanctus" []

  • The hymn that occurs immediately after the preface in the celebration of the Eucharist (noun)
  • A musical setting of this, usually incorporated into the Ordinary of the Roman Catholic Mass (noun)

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  • "Lexicography_, _s. v._ "sanctus," who also suggests a connection between the word and the attitude of the"
  • "Same page, footnote 7, the first "sanctus" is expuncted.] [Footnote 6: _Zeitschrift für Celtische Philologie_, vol. v, p. 429.] [Footnote 7: _Lives of Saints from the Book of Lismore_, Oxford, 1890, pp. 117-134.] [Footnote 8: _Four Ancient Books of Wales_, i, 124.] [Footnote 9: _Descriptive Catalogue of Materials for the History of"
  • "On 7 July, the second anniversary of the publication of the motu proprio Summorum Pontificum, and to conclude a workshop in the Extraordinary Form, a Solemn Mass was celebrated in the Abbey Church of Grüssau (Krzeszów) in Silesia, Poland.sanctus. pl offers us some wonderful photos."
  • "Lexicography_, _s. v._ "sanctus," who also suggests a connection between the word and the attitude of the"
  • "Same page, footnote 7, the first "sanctus" is expuncted.] [Footnote 6: _Zeitschrift für Celtische Philologie_, vol. v, p. 429.] [Footnote 7: _Lives of Saints from the Book of Lismore_, Oxford, 1890, pp. 117-134.] [Footnote 8: _Four Ancient Books of Wales_, i, 124.] [Footnote 9: _Descriptive Catalogue of Materials for the History of"
  • "Cordibus nostris, quæsumus Domine, cælestis gloriæ inspira desiderium, et præsta: ut in dextris illuc feramus manipulos iustitiæ: ubi tecum sanctus coruscat Abbas Columba."