UsuariumA Digital Library and Database for the Study of Latin Liturgical History in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Period
Plebem tuam domine ... sentiamus sempiternitatem.
Plebem tuam, domine, a cunctis adversitatibus protege et, beato pastore nostro intercedente Swithuno, et praesentis vitae opportunitatem et futurae sentiamus sempiternitatem.
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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.