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" Although they all attend mass every day, and say many Paternosters in public (the women carrying long rosaries in their hands, and any who can read taking the office of Our Lady with them, and with some companion reciting it in the church verse by verse,... "
The Eve of the Reformation: Studies in the Religious Life and Thought of the ... - Sivu 325
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Works of the Camden Society, Nide 37

1847
...are so diligent in mercantile pursuits, that they do not fear to make contracts on usury. Although they all attend Mass every day, and say many Paternosters in public, (the women carrying Ipng rosaries in their hands, and any who can read taking the office of our Lady (35) with...

A Relation, Or Rather a True Account, of the Island of England: With Sundry ...

Charlotte Augusta Sneyd - 1847 - 135 sivua
...who can read taking the office of our Lady (35) with them, and with some companion reciting it in the church verse by verse, in a low voice, after the manner of churchmen,) they always hear mass on Sunday in their parish church, and give liberal alms, because they may not...

The three days of Wensleydale

William Gideon M. Jones Barker - 1854
...wont to admire English piety. The author of the "Italian Relation of England," says: — " although they all attend Mass every day, and say many Paternosters in public (the women carrying long rosaries in their hands, and any one who can read taking the office of our Lady with...

The three days of Wensleydale: the valley of the Yore

William Gideon Michael Jones Barker - 1854 - 296 sivua
...one who can read taking the office of our Lady with them, and with some companion reciting it in the church, verse by verse, in a low voice, after the manner of churchmen), they always hear mass on Sunday in their parish church, and give liberal alms, 41 THE CATHOLIC DAY....

The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ecclesiastical ...

1856
...of the Venetian ambassadors, writing to the Doge his Relation of England, remarks, that, 'Although they all attend mass every ' day, and say many paternosters in public (the women carrying ' long rosaries in their hands, and any who can read taking the ' Office of our Lady with...

Parish Priests and Their People in the Middle Ages in England

Edward Lewes Cutts - 1898 - 579 sivua
...followed it. The Italian relation of England * says of the people of the later part of this century : " They all attend mass every day, and say many paternosters in public, the women carrying long rosaries in their hands, and any who can read taking the office of Our Lady with them,...

Selections from the Sources of English History: Being a Supplement ..., Osa 1832

Charles William Colby - 1899 - 325 sivua
...are so diligent in mercantile pursuits, that they do not fear to make contracts on usury. Although they all attend mass every day, and say many Paternosters in public (the women carrying long rosaries in their hands, and any who can read taking the office of Our Lady with them,...

Selections from the Sources of English History: Being a Supplement ..., Osa 1832

Charles William Colby - 1899 - 325 sivua
...are so diligent in mercantile pursuits, that they do not fear to make contracts on usury. Although they all attend mass every day, and say many Paternosters in public (the women carrying long rosaries in their hands, and any who can read taking the office of Our Lady with them,...

Parish Life in Mediæval England

Francis Aidan Gasquet - 1906 - 279 sivua
...their religious duties in this matter of morning Mass. " They all attend Mass every day, he writes, and say many Paternosters in public. The women carry...verse, in a low voice, after the manner of churchmen." This story of English people going to a daily Mass might perhaps be considered as one of the proverbially...

Cloistral Schools, Numerot 16–31

Patrick Francis Mullany - 1906 - 39 sivua
...with the way the people attended the morning Mass. " They all attend Mass every day,' he writes, " and say many paternosters in public. The women carry...take the office of our Lady with them, and with some companions recite it in church verse by verse, in a low voice, after the manner of Churchmen." Some...




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