Discourses of Suffering

Catholic Church.



STC 16186

Early 16th-century Missal. The Sarum Rite (the liturgy of the Cathedral Church of Salisbury) was the principal liturgical form used in the Church of England before the introduction of the first Book of Common Prayer in 1549.

This copy predates the Reformation and the names of popes and Thomas of Canterbury in the calendar have been subsequently inked over, in compliance with the censorship imposed by Henry VIII.

Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department), digitised by Internet Archive