Charles Borromeo’s

INSTRUCTIONES FABRICAE ET SUPELLECTILIS ECCLESIASTICAE, 1577

BOOK I and BOOK II

A TRANSLATION WITH COMMENTARY AND ANALYSIS

INSTRUCTIONUM FABRICAE

ET SUPELLECTILIS ECCLESIASTICAE LIBRI II

Dr. Evelyn Carol Voelker translated this book before she died more on her is found here please say an Ave for her

 CAROLI S.R.E. CARD. TIT. S. PRAXEDIS ARCIIlEPISCOPI IUSSU

EX PROVINCIAL! DECRETO EDIT! AD PROVINCIA MEDIOLANENSIS USUM,

CAROLUS

S.R.E. PRESBYTER CARDINALIS TITULI S. PRAXEDIS, ARCHIEPISCOPUS S. ECCLESIAE MEDIOLANENSIS

CLERO POPULOQUE PROVINCIAE NOSTRAE SALUTEM IN DOMINO.

BOOK ONE CONTENTS

PASTORAL LETTER TO THE MILANESE CLERGY, 1577

INSTRUCTIONUM

FABRICAE ECCLESIASTICAE

LIBER I

I. THE SITE OF A CHURCH (DE SITU ECCLESIAE)

On the proximity and conjunction of ecclesiastical buildings with the site of the church

The general area of the church

The size of the church site

 

II.  PLAN OF THE CHURCH (DE ECCLESIAE FORMA)

The way to design a church in the form of a cross

 

III.   EXTERIOR WALLS AND THE FACADE (DE PARIETIBUS EXTERIOR/BUS)

IV. ATRIUM, PORTICO AND PORCH (DE ATRIO, PORTICU, ET VESTIBULO)

V. THE ROOF (DE TECTO)

VI. THE FLOOR (DE PAVIMENTO)

VII.   DOORWAYS (DE OSTIIS)

VIII. THE WINDOWS (DE FENESTRIS)

IX. STAIRS AND STEPS OF THE CHURCH (DE ECCLESIAE SCALA ET GRADIBUS)

X.  MAIN CHAPEL (DE CAPPELLA MAIORI)

XI. MAIN ALTAR (DE ALTARI MAIORI)

Steps of the main altar

The location of the crucifix

XII. THE CHOIR (DE CHORO)

XIII. THE TABERNACLE OF THE MOST HOLY EUCHARIST (DE TABERNACULO SANCTISSIMAE EUCHARISTIAE)

XIV. MINOR CHAPELS AND ALTARS (DE CAPPEUIS ET ALTARIBUS MINORIBUS)

XV. DETAILS COMMON TO CHAPELS AND MAJOR AND MINOR ALTARS (COMMUNIA CAPPELLARUM ALTARIUMVE MAIORUM ET MINORUM)

The cruet niche

The iron nail on which to hang the biretta

The bell

Railings enclosing chapels and altars

The wooden moulding of the altar

The frame of the altar

The wooden gradine at the back part of the altar

The table of the high altar

The relic niche in the altar to be consecrated

The altar table and the waxcloth

The stone of the portable altar

XVI. PLACES, VASES AND NICHES IN WHICH THE SACRED RELICS ARE KEPT (DE LOCIS, VASIS LOCULUSVE QUIBUS SACRAE RELIQUIAE RECONDUNTUR)

The first type of location

The second type oflocation

The third type of location

Containers and loculi for the relics to be kept in the locations prescribed above

XVII. SACRED IMAGES OR PICTURES (DE SACRIS IMAGINIBUS PICTURISVE)

What is to be avoided and what is to be observed in the sacred images

The decorum of sacred images

The symbols of the saints

Locations unsuitable for sacred pictures

Rite for blessing the images

The names of the saints that must sometimes be inscribed

Accessories and ornamental additions

Votive panels

XVIII. LAMPS OR LAMPADARIUM AND LIGHTING FIXTURES (DE LAMPADIBUS, LAMPADARIOVE)

The form of the lamps

The form of the hanging lamp

The number of lamps

The location of the hanging lamps

XIX. THE BAPTISTERY (DE BAPTISTERIO)

The location and form of the baptistery chapel

The altar of the baptistery chapel

Location of the baptistery when it is not possible to erect it separate from the church

Differences in the baptistery according to the Roman and the Ambrosian rites

Site and form of the baptistery of Roman rite

The silver spoon

Site and form of the baptistery of Ambrosian rite

Details common to Roman and Ambrosi an baptisteries

The ciborium

The wooden cover

The site of the one and the other baptistery

The colonnade

The canopy

The ambry for the Holy Chrism, etc.

The smaller kind of baptistery

Another form of chapel or site, to be used both in the baptistery of Roman and of Ambrosian rite

Placement of the baptistery on the right side

Second form of baptistery of Roman rite

The other basin

Second form of baptistery of Ambrosian rite

The sacrarium

Details common to both second forms of baptistery

The ciborium and the ambry

Another form of ciborium

Door panels of the ciborium

Third form of baptistery, only for the Roman rite

XX.  SACRARIUM (DE SACRARIO)

First form of the sacrarium

Second form of the sacrarium

XXI.  HOLY WATER FONT (DE VASE AQUAE SANCTAE)

XXII. AMBONES AND PULPIT (DE AMBONIBUS, ET SUGGESTU)

The two ambones

One ambo only

Site of the ambo

The pulpit

XXIII. THE CONFESSIONAL (DE CONFESSIONALI)

Number of confessionals

Form of the confessional

The platform

The seat for the confessor

Height of the confessional

The wooden armrest for the confessor to Jean on

The bench for the penitent

The kneeler

The intermediate opening

Representation of the crucifix

What is to be attached to some of the panels of the confessional

Alms boxes are not to be placed in the confessional

Location of the confessionals in the church

The location of the confessor and of the penitent

XXIV. THE WOODEN PARTITION USED TO DIVIDE THE CHURCH (DE TABULATO AD USUM ECCLES/£ DISTINGUENDJE)

XXV. SEATS FOR WOMEN CALLED BRADELLE (DE SEDILIBUS MULIEBRIBUS QUAS BRADELLAS DICUNT)

XXVI. BELL TOWER AND BELLS (DE TURRI CAMPANILI, ET CAMPANIS)

Levels

Windows

Stairs

Spire

Entrance

Location of the bell tower

Number of bells

The clock

Another form of bell tower

Brick piers in place of the be)) tower

Blessing of the bells and what is to be avoided in their casting

XXVII. SEPULCHERS AND CEMETERIES (DE SEPULCRIS, ET COEMETERIIS)

Double cover of the sepulcher

The ring for the tomb

Cemeteries

The ossuary

Cemetery entrances

XXVIII. SACRISTY (DE SACRISTIA)

Site of the sacristy and its windows

The sacristy floor

Sacristy entrance

Location of the holy image and the altar in the sacristy

The oratory or the altar in the sacristy

Prayer tablet

Lavabo

The wardrobe for sacred vestments

Racks for banging the sacred vestments

The book cabinets

On the most important wardrobe

The wardrobe for the canons’ vestments

XXIX.  THE PLACE WHERE THE BIERS AND OTHER SIMILAR OBJECTS SHOULD BE KEPT (DE LOCO UBI FERETRA, ET CAETERA ID GENERIS ASSERVENTUR)

XXX. THE ORATORY, WHERE MASS IS OCCASIONALLY CELEBRATED (DE ORATORIO, UBI MISS.IE SACRUM AUQUANDO FIERI DEBET)

XXXI.  ORATORIES IN WHICH MASS IS NOT CELEBRATED (DE ORATORUS, IN QVIBUS MISSA NON CELEBRATUR)

XXXII.  THE CHURCH FOR NUNS (DE ECCLESIA MONIALIUM)

The main altar

The window to be set above the main altar

The window through which the sacred vestments are passed

The small opening for administering Holy Communion

The window for holy relics

The opening for the holy oil for the sick

The altar steps

The sacristy

The chapels

The altar window

The inner church

The bell tower

XXXIII. A MONASTERY FOR NUNS (DE MONASTERIO MONIALIUM)

Small chapter room

Refectory and wine cellar

Kitchen

Washroom

Calefactory

Workroom

Porticoes

Parlatory cells

Locutory windows

Doors

Rotae

Bakehouse

Laundry

Tonsorium

Administrative offices

Food dispensary

Pharmacy

The upper quarters of the monastery

Cubicle hall or donnitory

Latrines

Site of the novitiate school

Wardrobe

Granaries

Separate spaces of the monastery

Infirmary

Site for the education of young girls

Monastery gardens (Kitchen garden and garden)

Prison and place of retreat

The place to hear the Holy Confession

Confessor’s lodgings

External lodgings for servants and temporary farm help

Living quarters of the lay sisters

A few precautions to keep in mind in building the monastery in general

XXXIV. A FEW PRECAUTIONS REGARDING ALL ECCLESIASTICAL BUILDINGS (CAUTIONES QUAEDAM DE OMNI ECCLESIASTICA AEDIFICATIONE)

 

 

LIBER II

I. FURNISHINGS OF THE CATHEDRAL CHURCH (DE SUPELLECTILLE ECCLESIAE CATHEDRALIS)

FURNISHINGS

Furnishings of the main altar when the bishop celebrates

Episcopal vestments, hangins, ornaments, needed for the masses, divine offices and solemn ministries

Vestments of the ministers assisting the bishop in the celebration of the solemn divine offices

Offices furnishings to be used in the mass, divine offices and other solemn episcopal ministries

Furnishings used in the masses and episcopal offices with regards to the variety of colors must be fivefold

LINEN AND FINE LINEM VESTMENTS AND CLOTHS TO BE USED BY THE EPISCOPAL MINISTRIES, FOR THE REQUIRED CLEANING, SHOULD BE MULTIPLE, AS LISTED BELOW

Linen vestments used by the bishop

Linen vestments used by the those assisting the bishop

FURNISHINGS (DE SUPELLECTILE)

To be used by the canons and other ministers of the cathedral church in the conventual masses and in the divine offices

Equipment of the main altar

Furnishings to be used in the conventual mass and in the divine offices

Furnishings used only in the mass

Furnishings of common use for the conventual mass, the divine offices and the and the processions

Books or volumes used in the divine offices in the metropolitan church of Ambrosian rite

Books of volumes used in the divine offices of other cathedral churches

Furnishings used in the cult and the administration of the holy Eucharist and other sacraments

Furnishings common to many sacred ministries

Furnishings used only in the funeral offices

Furnishings of the cathedral sacristy

Also the following books or volumes, and that is

Parish resisters in the cathedral church

Equipment and tools to be kept in a place near the sacristy.

CRITERIA REGARDING THE APPURTENANCES AND THEIR QUALITY

Apparatus

List of the objects that must be twofold

List of the objects that must be threefold

Sacred vestments and hangings, as listed above, in which the sets must be fivefold

Linen cloths of which there must be many so that they can be changed when some of them are washed

Linen altar cloths in the conventual masses

Linen cloths and vestments to be used by the priests in the conventual masses

Linen vestments to be used by the assistant ministers during conventual mass

Linen cloths to be used when the holy communion is distributed to the people in the church

Linen cloths to be used in the various ministries

Altar furnishings for the minor altar in the cathedral basilica

List of the objects of which there must be two sets because of the solemnity of the day and of which there must be five sets because of the variety of colors

Linen cloths and vestments

Furnishings for a minor altar without an endowment, but approved by the bishop just the same for a necessary cause

Equipment commonly used on minor altars

 

II. FURNITURE OF THE COLLEGIATE CHURCH (DE SUPELLECTILE ECCLESIAE COLLEGIATAE)

Furniture of the main altar

Furnishings to be used in the conventual mass and divine offices

Furnishings needed only for the mass

Furnishings of common use at the conventual mass, the divine offices and the processions

Books or volumes to be used in the divine offices in the collegiate churches of Roman rite

Books or volumes to be used in the divine offices in the collegiate churches of Ambrosian rite

Equipment to be used in the cult, in the administration of the holy Eucharist and other sacraments

Equipment common to many sacred ministries

Equipment used in funeral offices

Equipment for the collegiate sacristy

Also the following books and that is

Also parish registers and that is

Equipment to keep in a place near the sacristy

Equipment of which there must be two for use on solemn days

Cloths and vestments of which must be three

Cloths of which there must be five

Number of linem cloths and vestments

Altar cloths

Priests’ linen vestments and cloths for the conventual masses

Linen vestments for the ministers

Linen cloths for the distribution of the holy communion

Linen cloths and vestments to be used in various ministries

Equipment of the minor altars in the collegiate church

Equipment for the minor altar accorded for necessary cause

Common equipment

 

III. EQUIPMENT IN THE PARISH CHURCH (DE SUPELLECTILE ECCLESIAE PAROCHIALIS)

Equipment for the main altar

Vestment for the parish priest to be used in the parish mass without singing

Vestments commonly used both by the parish priest and by the other clerics who act as ministers not only for the solemn sung parish mass, but also for other divine offices

Other furnishings to be used in the mass

Equipment for common use at the mass, the divine offices and the processions

Books or volumes of the divine office in the parish churches of Roman rite

Books or volumes to be used in the divine offices in the parish churches of Ambrosian rite

Equipment to be used in the cult and the administration of the holy Eucharist and other sacraments

Equipment common to many sacred ministries

Equipment of specific use for the funeral offices

Equipment for the parish sacristy

Additional books

Tools to be kept in a place near the sacristy

Furnishings of which there must be two for use on solemn days

Sacred vestments and furnishings of where there must be five each

Number of linen vestments and cloths to be used in the parish mass that is not sung

Linen vestments for the sung masses

Linen cloths for the administration of the holy communion

Linen vestments to be used in various ministries

Equipment of the minor altars in the parish church

Equipment for the minor altar granted for necessary cause

Common apparatus

 

IV. FURNISHINGS OF THE SIMPLE CHURCH AND ITS SACRISTY (DE SUPELLECTILE ECCLESIAE SIMPLICIS, EUSQUE SACRISTAE)

V. HOMOGENEITY OF THE VESTMENTS AND ORNAMENTS (DE CONVENIENTIA INDUMENTORUM, ET ORNAMENTORUM)

Sacred vestments and cloths of the same material and color

Vestments and cloths that while they must match the colors of the vestments listed above can be of a different material

Ornaments that must be as homogenous as possible in their material, color and make

 

BOOK TWO

FORM OF THE FURNISHINGS

INTRODUCTORY PARAGRAPH

  1. THE CROSS (DE CRUCE)
  2. CANDLESTICKS (DE CANDELABRIS)
  3. THE WICK-TRIMMER AND THE SNUFFER (DE EMUNCTORIO, ET OPERCULO)
  4. THE ALTAR CARD (DE TABELLA SECRETORUM)
  5. LINENS OR ALTARS CLOTHS (DE MAPPIS, TOBALEISVE ALTARIS)
  6. FRONTALS (DE PALIIS)
  7. THE FRONTLET OR ORNAMENTAL BAND FOR THE DECORATION OF THE ALTAR (DE VELAMENTO, SEU FASCIA AD ORNATUM ALTARIS)
  8. THE ALTAR COVER (DE TELA STRAGULA ALTARIS)
  9. THE COVERING FOR THE FOOTPACE AND THE STEPS OF THE ALTAR (DE STRAGULIS BRADELLAE, ET GRADUUM ALTARIS)
  10. THE BISHOP’S BUSKINS (DE CALIGIS EPISCOPALIBUS)
  11. THE SLIPPERS (DE SANDALIIS)
  12. THE AMICE (DE AMICTU)
  13. THE ALB AND ITS AURIPHRYGIO OR GRAMMATIS (DE ALBA, ET AURIPHRYGIO, SEU GRAMMATIS)
  14. THE CINCTURE (DE CINGOLO)
  15. THE STOLE (DE STOLA)
  16. THE MANIPLE (DE MANIPOLO)
  17. THE TUNICLE (DE TUNICELLA)
  18. THE DALMATIC (DE DALMATICA)
  19. THE EPISCOPLE GLOVES (DE CHIROTHECIS EPISCOPALIBUS)
  20. THE CHASUBLE (DE PLANETA)
  21. THE SKULL CAP (DE SUBBIRRETO)
  22. THE MITER (DE MITRE)
  23. THE RING (DE ANULO)
  24. THE GREMIAL (DE GREMIALI)
  25. THE CROZIER (DE BACULO PASTORALI)
  26. THE COPE (DE PLUVIALI)
  27. THE MORSE (DE PECTORALI)
  28. THE SUBDEACON’S VEIL (DE VELO SUBDIACONALI)
  29. THE MINISTERIAL VEIL (DE VELIS MINISTERIALIBUS)
  30. THE CHALICE VEIL (DE VELO CALICIS)
  31. THE CHALICE (DE CALICE)
  32. THE PATEN (DE PATENA)
  33. THE CHALICE BURSE (DE SACCULO CALICIS)
  34. THE CHALISE CASE (DE THECA CALICIS)
  35. THE CORPORAL (DE CORPORALI)
  36. THE BURSE OF THE CORPORAL (DE SACCULO CORPORALIS)
  37. THE PURIFICATOR (DE PURIFICATORIO)
  38. THE CRUETS (DE HAMULIS)
  39. THE CRUET TRAY (DE PELVICULA)
  40. THE MISSAL (DE MISSALI)
  41. THE MISSAL BOOKMARK (DE SIGNACULO MISSALIS)
  42. THE COVERING OF THE MISSAL (DE INTEGUMENTO MISSALIS)
  43. THE CUSHION OF THE MISSAL (DE PULVINARI MISSALIS)
  44. THE INSTRUMENT FOR HOLDING THE CANDLE (BUGIA) IN PONTIFICAL SERVICES (DE INSTRUMENTO CANDELAE AD OFFICIORUM PONTIFICALIUM USUM)
  45. THE THURIBLE, INCENSE-BOAT, AND SPOON (DE THURIBULO, ACERRA, ET COCHLEARI)
  46. THE COVERING OF THE EPISCOPLE THRONE (DE VESTITU SEDIS EPISCOPALIS)
  47. THE SEATS OF THE ASSISTANTS TO THE BISHOP (DE SCABELLIS ASSISTENTIUM EPISCOPO)
  48. THE FALDSTOOL (DE FALDISTORIO)
  49. THE COVERING OF THE FALDSTOOL (DE INTEGUMENTO FALDISTORII)
  50. THE CUSHIONS OF THE FALDSTOOL (DE PULVINARIBUS FALDISTORII)
  51. THE CREDENCE, AND OTHER THINGS (DE ABACO, ET CAETERIS)
  52. THE LINEN CLOTH TO WIPE THE HANDS (DE LINTEO AD USUM ABSTERGENDI MANUS)
  53. THE BOOKS (LECTIONARY, BOOK OF THE EPISTLES, BOOK OF THE GOSPELS) AND THEIR COVERS (DE LIBRIS, LECTIONARIO, EPISTOLARIO, ET EVANGELISTARIO, EORUMQUE INTEGUMENTIS)
  54. THE COVERING OF LECTERNS AND PULPIT (DE INTEGUMENTO LECTORILIUM, ET AMBONIS)
  55. THE PORTABLE HOLY WATER PAIL (DE VASE GESTATORIO AQUAE BENEDICTAE)
  56. THE TOWEL TO WIPE THE HEAD OF THE BAPTIZED (DE PANNO AD ABSTERGENDUM CAPUT BAPTIZATI)
  57. THE VESSELS FOR THE HOLY OILS (DE VASIS SACRORUM OLEORUM)
  58. THE VEILS OF THE VESSLES OF THE HOLY OILS (DE VELIS VASORUM SACRI OLEI)
  59. THE SMALL MINISTERING VESSELS (DE VASCULIS MINISTRATORIIS)
  60. THE SCISSORS FOR USE IN THE SACRED ORDINATIONS (DE FORFICE AD USUM SACRAE ORDINATIONIS)
  61. THE BASIN FOR VARIOUS EPISCOPAL MINISTRIES (DE PELVICULA AD VARIA MINISTERIA EPISCOPALIA)
  62. THE BOOK OF EXORCISM (DE LIBRO EXORCISMORUM)
  63. THE CANDLESTANDS (DE CEREOSTATIS)
  64. THE SNUFFERS (DE OPERCULIS)
  65. THE STANDARD OR BANNER (DE LABARO, SEU VEXILLO)
  66. THE WOODEN CLAPPERS (DE CROTALIS LIGNEIS)
  67. THE COVERING OF THE PRIEST’S SEAT (DE STRAGULO SEDILIS SACERDOTIS)
  68. THE HANGINGS (DE AULAEIS)
  69. THE LECTERNS (DE LECTORILIBUS)
  70. ECCLESIASTICAL BOOKS OR VOLUMES (DE LIBRIS, SEU VOLUMINIBUS ECCLESIASTICIS)
  71. THE TABERNACLE VEIL (DE CONOPOEO)
  72. THE SMALL TABERNACLE OF THE MOST SACRED EUCHARIST (DE TABERNACULO PARVULO SANCTISSIMAE EUCHARISTAE)
  73. THE CIBORIUM (PYX) (DE PYXIDE)
  74. THE SACK OF THE PYX (DE SACCULO PYXIDIS)
  75. THE CIBORIUM VEILS (PYX) (DE VELIS PYXIDIS)
  76. THE CANOPIES (PROCESSIONAL UMBRELLAS) (DE UMBELLIS)
  77. THE LANTERNS (DE LATERNIS)
  78. THE SHORTER CANDLEHOLDERS (DE CEREOSTATIS BREVIORIBUS)
  79. LINENS TO BE USED FOR THE SACRED EUCHARIST (DE MAPPIS AD USUM SACRAE COMMUNIONIS)
  80. THE COMMUNION RAILINGS (DE SCABELLIS OBLONGIS)
  81. THE VESSELS FOR PURIFICATION (DE VASIS PURIFICATIONIS)
  82. THE CROSS TO BE BROUGHT TO THE SICK (DE CRUCE AD AEGROTOS FERENDA)
  83. THE PORTABLE PAX BREDE (DE TABELLA GESTATORIA PACIS)
  84. THE SURPLICE (DE SUPERPELLICEO)
  85. VESSELS AND INSTRUMENTS WHICH ARE STORED IN THE SACRISTY (DE VASIS, INSTRUMENTIS, QUAE IN SACRISTIA RECONDUNTUR)
  86. VESSELS OF THE HOLY OILS IN A RURAL PARISH CHURCH (DE VASCULIS SACRORUM OLEORUM IN PLEBANA ECCLESIA)
  87. VESSELS OF THE HOLY OILS IN A PARISH CHURCH (DE VASIS SACRORUM OLEORUM IN PAROCHIALI ECCLESIA)
  88. THE VESSEL OF EXTREME UNCTION (DE VASCULO EXTREMAE UNCTIONIS)
  89. THE VESSEL FOR CARRYING BAPTISMAL WATER (DE VASE AD AQUAM BAPTISMALEM FERENDAM ACCOMMODATO)
  90. THE CONTAINER IN WHICH THE SACRED HOSTS ARE PRESERVED (DE VASCULO, IN QUO SACRAE HOSTIAE ASSERVANTUR)
  91. THE VESSEL FOR WASHING CHALICES AND CORPORALS (DE VASE AD USUM ABSTERGENDI CALICES, ET LAVANDI CORPORALIA)
  92. THE BOXES OF THE CORPORALS AND PURIFICATORS (DE CAPSULIS CORPORALIUM, ET PURIFICATORIORUM)
  93. THE CARPET FOR THE USE OF THE PRIEST WHO IS VESTING (DE TAPETO USUI SACERDOTIS SACRAS VESTES INDIENTIS)
  94. TOWELS FOR WIPING HANDS (DE MANTILIBUS USUI ABSTERGENDARUM MANUUM)
  95. THE TABLETS WHICH ARE HUNG UP IN THE SACRISTY (DE TABELLIS, QUAE IN SACRISTIA AFFIGUNTUR)
  96. FURNISHINGS FOR FUNERAL SERVICES (DE SUPELLECTILE OFFICIORUM FUNERALIUM)
  97. THE CROSSES OF THE CATAFALQUE (DE CRUCIBUS COENOTAPHII)
  98. THE CATAFALQUE CANDLEHOLDERS (DE CANDELABARIS COENOTAPHII)
  99. THE OTHER FINISHINGS (DE ALIA SUPLELLECTILE INSTRUMENTALI)

CONCLUSION

REGARDING BOTH BOOKS OF INSTRUCTIONS (CAPUT AD DUOS HARUM INSTRUCTIONUM LIBROS PERTINENS)

RULES AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR CLEANING THE CHURCH, THE ALTAR, SACRED PLACES, AND ECCLESIASTICAL FURNISHINGS (REGULAE ET INSTRUCTIONES DE NITORE ET MUNDITIA ECLLESIARUM, ALTARIUM, SACRORUM LOCORUM, ET SUPELLECTILIS ECCLESIASTICAE)

CAROLI S.R.E. CARDINALS TITULI SANCTAE PRAXEDIS ARCHIEPISCOPI IUSSU, EX CONCILII PROVINCIALIS V DECRETO CONFECTAE, ET IN SYNODO XI MEDIOLANENSI PROMULGATAE AD PROVINCIAE MEDIOLANENSIS USUM

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