|Author:||Mainardi, Agostino, 1487-1563.|
|Title:||An anatomi, that is to say a parting in peeces of the mass. Which discouereth the horrible errors, and the infinit abuses vnknowen to the people, aswel of the mass as of the mass book, very profitable, yea most necessary for al Christian people. VVith a sermon of the sacrament of thankesgyuyng in the end, whiche declareth whether Christ be bodyly in the sacrament or not. By Chrystes humble seruant Anthoni de Adamo.|
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An anatomi, that is to say a parting in peeces of the mass. Which discouereth the horrible errors, and the infinit abuses vnknowen to the people, aswel of the mass as of the mass book, very profitable, yea most necessary for al Christian people. VVith a sermon of the sacrament of thankesgyuyng in the end, whiche declareth whether Christ be bodyly in the sacrament or not. By Chrystes humble seruant Anthoni de Adamo.
Mainardi, Agostino, 1487-1563.
[Strasbourg: Printed by the heirs of W. Kèopfel], A.D. 1556.
|Alternate titles:||Annotomia della messa. English Annotomia della messa.|
Anthoni de Adamo = Agostino Mainardi.
A translation of: Annotomia della messa.
Printer's name and place of publication from STC.
Leaves 245, 246 misnumbered 246, 264.
With two final errata leaves.
Reproduction of the original in Harvard University. Library.
Anthony de Adamo to the Christian rea∣ders desyreth health.
The first parte is deuyded into foure chapters.
Te second parte vuhich is deuided into foure chapters.
The third parte vvhich is deuyded in to foure chapters.
The fourth parte of the book is of the abuses of the Masse, and is deuided into 6. chapters.
The first parte.
The first chapter.
The second chapter. THE EXAMINACION OF THE Kyrie cleeson and of the Gloria in ex∣celsis deo, and how that many praiers after the gloria in excelsis, be wicked, and that the epistle and gospell, and generally the whole worde of god in the Masse, are vnworthely and euell fauoredly handled.
The thirde chapter.
The fourth Chapter.
The second parte examy∣neth the canon which thei make the most holy and chese part of the masse. And it is said all in secreat which is di¦uided in iiij. chapters.
The first is this.
THE II. CHAPTER. The iiij. and v. part of the canon is examined, that is, Hanc igitur oblationē and Quā oblationē It examineth also the vi. and vij. part, which is Qui pridie ād simili modo, where mē may plainly see, that the defenders of the masse, know not what Consecracion is, no nor with what wordes, nor whanit is made.
THE III. CHAPTER. This examineth the viij. part of the canon and de¦clareth how he that saith the masse, vsur∣peth that office that is Christes, and also saith a most wicked praier, which is a gret wrong to Christ.
THE IIII. CHAPTER
THE THIRD PART.
The first chapter.
THE SECOND CHAPTER. Of the Agnus Dei: of the iiij. prayers that goo before the receauyng of the sacrament and of ij. that folow. How gret a part of the last pra¦yers in the masse be wicked and some of them spe¦ake against the pryuate masse.
THE THIRD CHAPTER How the first praier of the masse for the deade is flissh and to no purpos. The pistle of tha pocalipse doth gainsay not only the first praier but generalli all the mass for the deade. The offer¦tory also is an vnfit praier:
The, iiij. Chapter.
THE FOVRTH PART.
THE .I. CHAPTER.
THE SECOND CHAPTER. That the masse is no sacrifice nor remem∣brans of sacrifice.
THE THIRD CHAPTER. How the mass was not ordeined by Christ, nor by his apostels, but it is mans inuencion, bilded not by one man only, but by diuers, & from wh∣ens this name, Masse, had the beginning.
THE .IIII. CHAPTER. That the mass is a gathering together and an heape yea a sea of abuses wikednessis and super∣stitions,
THE FIFT CHAPTER. That the masse is the gretest sacrilege and the greatest abhominacion that euer was in any time from the beginning of the world, and is the chefe greatest mistery of Antichrist.
THE SIXT CHAPTER. That the mass is of such qualitie and crafft, and affter such sort abhominable, that no man liuing, for any maner of pretens, respect or occa∣sion that can be, may by any maner of meanes, with a safe consciens, either say it, heare it or any waies be present at it.
A SERMON OF THE SACRAMENT OF THAN∣ckes geuing the which declareth whether Christ be really and bodily in the same or no.
Faults escaped in the printing and corrected after this sort. Take lea. for the leafe. A for the first side. B for the secōde side. Ly. for the lyne: R for read.