Missalia Project expanding (Burgundy)

October 24, 2022

In the Middle Ages, 'Burgundy' or the 'Kingdom of Burgundy' applied to several states and areas beyond the present-day province of Bourgogne. Liturgically speaking, Burgundy covers Bourgogne and the southeastern parts of France between the Alps and the rivers Saône and Rhône that once belonged to the ecclesiastical provinces of Besançon, Tarentaise, Embrun, Lyon, Vienne, and Aix-en-Provence. This was also the homeland of the far-reaching monastic uses of the Cluniacs and the Cistercians. With the hard work of the past months, we have come to the line of the aforementioned rivers and uploaded the entire contents of the Missals of Besançon, Tarentaise, Embrun, Auxerre, Langres, Autun 1 and 2, Chalon-sur-Saône, Mâcon, Lyon, Vienne, Grenoble, Valence, Die, Viviers, Marseille, Toulon, Aix-en-Provence, Cluny, and Cîteaux.

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