Cover of: Hierurgia or The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, Part 1 |

Hierurgia or The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, Part 1

With Notes And Dissertations Elucidating Its Doctrines And Ceremonies, And Numerous Illustrative Plates, &c. In Two Parts

Published by Joseph Booker in London, England .
Written in English.

About the Edition

Volume 1 of 2.

Table of Contents

CONTENTS OF VOL. I.
PART THE FIRST.
Sprinkling of the Holy water 1
Ordinary of the Mass 4
Benediction with the Messed Sacrament after Mass 64
Notes on the Rubrics 71
PART THE SECOND.
CHAPTER. I.
SECT. I.
ON SACRIFICE IN GENERAL.
1. The necessity of interior and exterior worship. 2. Sacrifice offered from the beginning of the world. 3. What sacrifice is. 4. The four ends of sacrifice. 5. The legal sacrifices were of no avail when unconnected with the future death of the Redeemer. 6. A new sacrifice was necessary. 7. The sacrifice of the Cross a true sacrifice. 8. All the ancient sacrifices comprehended in it. 9. The unbloody sacrifice of the New Law p. 167
SECTION II.
THE MASS A SACRIFICE.
10. The Mass a true sacrifice. 11. Sacrifice of Melchisedech. 12. The sacrifice of Melchisedech elucidated by the Fathers. 13. Illustrated by an ancient Mosaic at Ravenna. 14. The Paschal Lamb a figure of the sacrifice of the Mass. 15. Accomplishment of the prophecy of Malachias in the sacrifice of the Mass. 16. Christ announces a new sacrifice. 17. The sacrifice of the Mass proved from St. Paul p. 177
SECTION III.
ON THE REAL PRESENCE.
18. The Real Presence. 19. The promise made by Christ that he would give as his flesh and blood to eat and drink. 20. Objection answered. 21. Proof from the Institution. Objections answered. 22. The Real Presence proved from St. Paul. 23. Taught by the rest of the Apostles. 24. All the ancient Liturgies attest the Real Presence p. 201
SECTION IV.
TRANSUBSTANTIATTON.
25. What is meant by the term. 26. Transubstantiation proved from Scripture. 27. Attested by St Cyril. 28. Illustrated by a practice of the modern Greek Church. Objections answered. 29. From St Paul. 30. Objection of the term Transubstantiation. 31. Recapitulation p. 237
CHAPTER II
SECT. I.
HISTORY OF THE MASS.
1. Christ said the first Mass. 2. Christ directed the Apostles to celebrate Moss. 3. The Apostles said Mass. 4. A ceremonial instituted by the Apostles for offering up Mass. 5. Attested by St. John. 6. The remarks of some Protestants noticed. 7. The Liturgy indicated by St Ignatius. 8. Noticed by Pliny. 9. Described by St Justin p. 269
SECTION II.
LAY COMMUNION
10. Belief of the Church on Lay Communion. 11. Communion under one kind of Apostolic institution. 12. When and why generally adopted by the Latin Church. 13. Agreeable to Scripture. 14. Objection from Scripture answered. 15. Unleavened bread used at the Last Supper. 16. Unleavened bread used by the Latin Church; by the Maronites, and Armenians. 17. The sacrament hinted at in the Apocalypse. 18. The circular form of the Host very ancient p. 273
CHAPTER III.
ON THE TERM MASS.
1. Meaning of the word Mass. 2. Origin of it. 3. The antiquity of its use p. 297
CHAPTER IV.
ON THE USE OF LATIN AT MASS.
1. An unknown tongue used in the Jewish Temple. 2. Not blamed by Christ, who prayed in an unknown tongue. 3. Reasons why the Catholic Church uses Latin at Mass. 4. The people not necessarily obliged to understand the language of the Mass. 6. Latin at Mass no-wise prejudicial to the people. 6. Greeks, Syrians, Copts, and Armenians, use an unknown tongue at Mass. 7. Objection answered. 8. Stricture on the Protestant version of the words of St Paul p. 307
CHAPTER V.
ON THE INVOCATION OR SAINTS AND ANGELS.
1. Immeasurable distance between the worship given to God, and the reverence shown to the Saints. 2. Religious respect may be rendered to Saints and Angels. 3. The Angels and Saints make intercession for«nen. 4. Inferred from the communion of Saints in the Apostles' Creed. 5. From the charity which animates the Saints. 6. The Invocation of Angels proved from Scripture ; from the Psalms ; from Genesis ; from the Apocaypse. 7. The Invocation of Saints proved from Scripture. 8. Holy men have, even in this life, been invoked by others. 9. Invocation of Saints in the primitive Church proved from ancient inscriptions. 10. Invocation of Saints in the Anglo-Saxon Church. 11. Contained in all the Liturgies. 12. Objections answered. 13. Charity engages the Saints to pray for us. 14. They have the power of doing it 15. They know what passes upon earth. 16. Their intercession not derogatory to the mediatorship of Christ. 17. Manner of addressing God through the Saints. 18. Similarity of Catholic and Protestant prayers. 19. Inconsistency of an objection p. 323
INDEX OF PLATES AND WOOD-CUTS.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25887564M
Internet Archive
HierurgiaV1
OCLC/WorldCat
680616872
Read eBook

Download ebook for print-disabled Download Protected DAISY


Download Options


Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with:


Buy this book

Add an ISBN in order to link to booksellers


History

Download catalog record: RDF / JSON / OPDS
January 18, 2016 Edited by ww2archive added edition
January 18, 2016 Created by ww2archive Added new book.