Kyrie eleison: its origins and history

Updated: Nov 30, 2020

I attach below:

  • my notes on the origins and history of the Kyrie eleison, drawn mainly from the section on the Kyrie in Joseph Jungmann's book, The Mass of the Roman Rite: its origin and development; and

  • the full relevant extract from Jungmann's book

Patrick Martin

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Jungmann, Ch 9 Kyrie Eleison
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