Oxford, Corpus Christi College, MS 282 = Corpus Irish missal
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Holland, Martin, “On the dating of the Corpus Irish missal”, Peritia 15 (2001): 280–301.
The Corpus missal is important for an understanding of the Irish church on the eve of the twelfth-century reform. This paper seeks to support by other evidence the eleventh-century dating of Gwynn and others. Certain textual evidence indicates an early but ill-defined date. By reference to the chronological evolution of a particular liturgical practice a terminus post quem is determined. Then, by showing that this practice is out of line with an avowed aim of the twelfth-century reform and specifically contradicts what the reforming bishop Gille of Limerick prescribes, a terminus ante quem, is established.
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Warren, F. E., The manuscript Irish missal belonging to the president and fellows of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, London: Pickering and Co., 1879.
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A copy of the Irish catechism Lochran na gcreidmheach (1676) authored by Froinsias Ó Maolmhuaidh (Francis Molloy, Irish Franciscan monk of St Isidore's, Rome).
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