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By Margaret Deanesly

ISBN-10: 0203626915

ISBN-13: 9780203626917

ISBN-10: 0415039592

ISBN-13: 9780415039598

A vintage historical past of the church from the accession of Gregory the nice to the Reformation.

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The so-called “Gregorian Sacramentary” represents the state of the Roman liturgy not in the 26 HISTORY OF THE MEDIEVAL CHURCH days of Gregory, but of pope Hadrian, (772–795). According to tradition, Gregory completely revised the system of church music, compiled an antiphonary, or liturgical music book, and founded a school of church music, the schola cantorum. But the antiphonary in question was much later than Gregory, and plain chant, the system of church music with which his name is generally connected, much older.

The leader of the band was Augustine, who had been the “alumnus” of the bishop of Messina, (trained in his familia). Andrew on the Caelian, and become its prior; later he had as deacon shared Gregory’s room and been his confidential sectretary. He, like the other monks, was chosen by Gregory for his training in the regular life and his devotion. Gregory must have considered him the sort of man who could train up an episcopal familia of English boys, teach them to recite the divine scriptures in the office, assist in the administration of the Christian sacraments, finally, after long years of training, to reach the summit of the sacerdotium, and train up clergy of their own: all of which would be of more missionary value in the end than the immediate baptism of heathen multitudes.

Knowledge and consultation of the Benedictine rule spread gradually. In seventh-century Gaul it was quite usual to enjoin on new monasteries consultation both of the Columban and Benedictine rule. ” As a result of this double observance, the milder and more humane rule of S. Benedict gradually replaced the Columban. The synod of Autun, 670, was the first to make the Benedictine rule obligatory on monasteries for at least part of France. In the synods of 742 and 743, presided over by the missionary Boniface, the rule is emphatically mentioned as the norm for all men’s and women’s cloisters.

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