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Tra le sollecitudini

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Tra le sollecitudini

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Legislation and Legal System of the Catholic Church

Tra le sollecitudini (Ordinary to use wind instruments.[2]

References

  1. ^ Ratzinger, Cardinal Joseph. "In the Presence of the Angels I Will Sing Your Praise: The Regensburg Tradition and the Reform of the Liturgy". Adoreums Bulletin. Verlag Herder. Retrieved 26 October 2014. 
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