|Author:||Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571.|
|Title:||The cauteles, canon, and ceremonies, of the most blasphemous, abhominable, and monstrous popish Masse. Togither, the Masse intituled of the body of Iesus Christ. Fully and wholy set downe, both in Latine, and Englishe, the Latine faithfully taken out of the Masse booke after the romishe vse. Imprinted at Lyons by Iohn Cambray, in the yeare a thowsand fiue hu[n]dred and twenty, the title whereof hereafter ensueth on the next page. With certaine annotations for the vnderstanding of the text, set forth by that godly and learned minister in the Church of God Peter Viret, and translated out of French into English by Tho. Sto. Gent.|
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The cauteles, canon, and ceremonies, of the most blasphemous, abhominable, and monstrous popish Masse. Togither, the Masse intituled of the body of Iesus Christ. Fully and wholy set downe, both in Latine, and Englishe, the Latine faithfully taken out of the Masse booke after the romishe vse. Imprinted at Lyons by Iohn Cambray, in the yeare a thowsand fiue hu[n]dred and twenty, the title whereof hereafter ensueth on the next page. With certaine annotations for the vnderstanding of the text, set forth by that godly and learned minister in the Church of God Peter Viret, and translated out of French into English by Tho. Sto. Gent.
Viret, Pierre, 1511-1571., Stocker, Thomas, fl. 1569-1592,
Imprinted at London: By Thomas Vautrollier for Andrewe Maunsell, dwelling in Paules Churchyarde at the signe of the brasen Serpent, 1584.
|Alternate titles:||Cautèles et canon de la messe. English Les cautèles et canon de la messe.|
Catholic Church. Liturgies. Missals. Rome.
A translation of: Les cautèles et canon de la messe.
Translator's dedication signed: Thomas Stocker.
P. 256 misnumbered 156.
Reproduction of the original in Cambridge University Library.
Cropped; P8 lacking. Title page, p. 20-55, 236-243 from Bodleian Library copy filmed at end.
Mass -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE, SYR WIL∣LIAM CYCELL KNIGHT, BARON OF Burleigh, Lorde High Treasurer of England, Maister of the Queenes Maiesties Courtes of Wardes and Lyueries, Knight of the moste honourable Order of the Garter, and one of her Highnes most honourable priuy Councel, continuaunce of health, encrease of all honor here in this life, and endles ioye and felicitie in the life to come.
A PREFACE, DE∣CLARING ALL SVCH MATTERS AS ARE TO BE handled and treated of, within this present hooke.
HOVVE AND IN VVHAT MANER THE PRIEST THAT WILL SAY Masse is to prepare him selfe, & what gestures & countenances he must vse therein, & likewise, all the cunning deuises of legier de main or iuggling required there∣to.
What kindes of meates and drinkes, and what maner of Cup must be set vpon this Table. CHAPITER II.
Of the rehearsing and pronouncing of the Canon of the Masse, and especially of the Sacrament all wordes and of the power & vertue of the priestes intent. CHAPTER III.
VVhat difference there is betwene the goddes which the Priestes make by reason of their consecra∣tion, and of their numbers. CHAPTER IIII.
In what sort the Priests are to take hould, and handle the Chalice, and how to renue, and eate their Gods CHAPTER Ʋ.
VVhat commemorations are to be made in the Canon of the Masse, and for whom they ought spe∣ciallie to be made. CHAPTER ƲI.
What cunning he ought to haue in washing of his teeth and gullet before he say Masse, and before such time as he eate of those Gods, and how and in what sorte he must afterward spit. CHAPTER VII.
The maner that is to be obserued in saying of Masse. CHAPTER VIII.
Of the number of their Collects, and of the diuersities of their Per omnia, and of their conclusions. CHAPTER IX.
Of the faultes which the Priest may commit ab the matters appertaining to his breake-fast, a the sacrifice which he is to offer in the Masse. CHAPTER XI.
In what estate the priest standeth, which sayeth Masse, who hath either broken his fast, or is in deadly sinne. CHAPTER XII.
Of the litle small vermine and wormes which fall in∣to the Chalice, and of the wine that is poysoned. CHAPTER XIII.
Areceipt both for the Priests memory and also for their forgetfulnesse. CHAPTER XIIII.
Areceipt against the default or want of the intent of the Priest in the Consecration. CHAPTER XV.
Of the receipts and remedies, if the host happen to fall into the Chalice or otherwise. CHAPTER XVI.
Of the receiptes and remedies for the spillinge of blood. CHAPTER XVII.
Of the Pristes which vomit vp their God of the masse. CHAPTER XVIII.
Of the punishment that is to be inflicted vppon such a Priest as shall suffer his God to be either stolen a∣way, lost, or putrified. CHAPTER XIX.
Of the doubtfull and vomited Gods of the Masse. CHAPTER XX.
Of the rotten and burnt Gods. CHAPTER XXI.
Of the Gods, which vermine eate and deuoure. CHAPTER XXII.
Of the sundry sortes of brewing of drinkes in the Masse, and what choise is to be made of them. CHAPTER XXIII.
Of the spilling of the wine and blood, and what is to be done to it, if it be frosen. CHAPTER XXIIII.
Of the Conclusion of the Cauteles of the Masse. CHAPTER XXV.
THE MASSE OF THE BO∣DY OF IESVS CHRIST.
How the priest is to make him selfe ready to go to the saying of Masse, and what thinges are requi∣site for the same. And first of his secret Confession and Absolution. CHAPTER I.
A declaration of the abuse and blasphemies contay∣ned in this forme of Confession and absolution. CHAPTER II.
In what sort the Psalmes are to be recited, howe he must be barbed and trimmed, & how he must first wash, in preparing him selfe to go to Masse. CHAPTER III.
Of their holy vestiments, and of the consecration and signification of them. CHAPTER IIII.
Of the prayers which the Priestes huddle vp, whiles they are apparelling of them selues, to say Masse, and of the weedes which they put on. CHAPTER Ʋ.
A declararation of the thinges aforesaide. CHAPTER VI.
Of the diuision of the office of the Masse, and first of that parte which is called the Preparation, and of the comming of the priest to the Aultar. And of the confession which he maketh before it. CHAPTER VII.
Of the thinges that are to be considered, vpon this entree and publike confession of the priest. CHAPTER VIII.
Of the confession and absolution aswell of the clarkes which helpe him at Masse, as of those which are al∣so at the hearing of it, and of the absolution which the priest giueth them, and of the prayers which he sayeth before he commeth to the Aultar and of the iestures, gapinges and gaspinges of his mouth, and wreathinges which he must there make. CHAPTER IX.
Of the blasphemies that are both in this Absolution as also in all these prayers, and of the Sepulchers and reliques which are buried in the Aultars. CHAPTER X.
Of the Introite, Kyrie eleyson, and Gloria in excelsis Deo. CHAPTER XI.
The things that are to be noted and considered of, vp∣pon these od remnantes before mentioned. CHAPTER XII.
Of the Dominus vobiscum, and of the collect, & of the writhing and wreathing countenances that are to be vsed in this other Antique. CHAPTER XIII.
Here follow the annotations belonging to the fragmentes aforesaid. CHAPTER XIIII.
Of the second part of the Masse, called instruction, and for what causes it is so called, and of the preaching that was vsed in the avncient Church, and of the charge which was giuen to the Bishops thereof. CHAPTER XV.
Of the order which the anciēt church held in the rea∣ding of the Epistle and Gospell, and of the ordinan∣ces which the ancient Councelles made thereon. CHAPTER XVI.
Of the reading of th'Epistle of the Masse that is cele∣brated on Corpus Christi day, and of the matters worthie the consideration therein. CHAPTER XII.
Of the Graduel, Response, and Alleluya, and of those thinges which are to be considered as touching them. CHAPTER XVIII.
Of the Sequence, and Prose. CHAPTER XIX.
Of the thinges that are to be considered, vpon these afore said fragmentes and matters, but especially vpon the Prose. CHAPTER XX.
Of the Ceremonies that are to be obserued before the lesson, or reading of the Gospell, and of the visitatiō or looking to the matters which are prepared, for the consecration, and for the Sacrament. CHAPTER XXI.
In what sort these aforesaid ceremonies are to be considered of. CHAPTER XXII.
Of the second incensing, and of the lesson of the Gospell. CHAPTER XXIII.
VVhat thinges are to be noted vpon these foresaid matters. CHAPTER XXIIII.
Of the Nycene and Constantinople Creede, containing the sound faith of the true and auncient Church. CHAPTER XXV.
Of the thinges that are to be considered in this Crede, concerning those matters which we are presently in hand withall. CHAPTER XXVI.
Of the third parte of the Masse, called Oblation. CHAPTER XXVII.
Of the Offring, and of the presentation of the chalice or cuppe, and bread. CHAPTER XXVIII.
Of the pointes that are to be considered of, vpon the matters aforesaid. CHAPTER XXIX.
Of the washing of handes, of the recommendation of the priest and sacrifice: and of the secret. CHAPTER XXX.
Of the thinges that are to be considered of vpon the aforesaid matters. CHAPTER XXXI.
Of the Preface, and of the Sanctus. CHAPTER XXXII.
Of the points that are to be noted vpon the aforesaide Text. CHAPTER XXXIII.
Of the fourth part of the Masse, called Consecration, CHAPTER XXXIIII.
Of the first part of the Canō of the Masse, containing a generall Prayer for the whole Church, and in e∣speciall one for Prelates and Princes. CHAPTER XXXV.
Of the second part of the Canon, containing the commemoration for the quicke. CHAPTER XXXVI.
Of the third parte of the Canon conteining the first Commemoration of the Saintes. CHAPTER XXXVII.
Of the fourth parte of the Canon. CHAPTER XXXVIII.
Of the fift parte of the Canon, conteining the en∣traunce into the Transubstantiation. CHAPTER XXXIX.
Of the sixt part of the Canon, conteining the conse∣cration of the Bread. CHAPTER XL.
Of the seauenth parte of the Canon, contey∣ning the consecration of the Chalice. CHAPTER XLI.
Of the eight part of the Canon, containing the Sacrifice which is made in the Masse. CHAPTER XLII.
Of the ninth part of the Canon, which also appertai∣neth vnto the Sacrifice of the Masse. CHAPTER XLIII.
Of the commemoration for the dead, which is the tenth part of the Canon. CHAPTER XLIIII.
Of the eleuenth part of the Canon, containing the last commemoration of the Sainctes. CHAPTER XLV.
Of the sift part of the Masse, called the Com∣munion, and first of the Lordes prayer, and silence of the Masse. CHAPTER XLVI.
Of the breaking of the hoste, of the Agnus Dei, and of the Priestes draught of wine. CHAPTER XLVII.
Of the poyntes that are to be noted vpon the text next going before. CHAPTER XLVIII.
Of the Peace, Preparation to breakefast, and of the Priestes Communion. CHAPTER XLIX.
Of the pointes that are to be considered, vpon the matters next going before. CHAPTER L.
Of the Priest his Breakefast, and Communion. CHAPTER LI.
Of the matters that are to be considered of, vpon the Priest his breakefast and Communion. CHAPTER LII.
Of the sixt part of the Masse, called the Action of thankesgiuing, and of the communion thereof, and of the pointes that are to be considered vpon these matters. CHAPTER LIII.
Of the leaue that is giuen to the people in the ende of the Masse, and of the prayer which the Priest saith immediatly after, and of the matters that are to be considered therevpon. CHAPTER LIIII.
Of the finall conclusion of the Masse, and of the last blessing thereof. CHAPTER LV.
Of the pointes that are to be considered of, vpon the text next going before. CHAPTER LVI.