The Spanish Liturgy

Source: The Complete Library of Christian Worship, Robert E. Webber, General Editor

Ecclesiastical leadership in the Iberian peninsula held the liturgy in high esteem as a means of communicating the truths of the Christian faith. Spanish liturgical creativity, therefore, was marked by a stress on doctrinal precision.

The Spanish liturgy, also known rather inaccurately as Mozarabic or Visigothic, is the autonomous liturgy which was in constant use in Spain from the beginning of the sixth century until it was suppressed by the Council of Braga (1080) at the insistence of Pope...


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