UsuariumA Digital Library and Database for the Study of Latin Liturgical History in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period
Placidus adspice domine ... exhibeat famulatum.
Placidus adspice, domine, plebem tuam et, quam doni tui facis esse consortem, a malis omnibus corporis et mentis emunda, ut, noxia perturbatione cessante, liberum tibi semper exhibeat famulatum.
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Data retrieved from USUARIUM: A Digital Library and Database for the Study of Latin Liturgical History in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period (http://usuarium.elte.hu) built by Miklós István Földváry et al. at Eötvös Loránd University (Budapest, Hungary), Research Group of Liturgical History—from 2015 onwards.