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... The term Latin Mass refers to the liturgy of the Roman Catholic Mass celebrated in Latin ... The term is frequently used to denote the Tridentine Mass that is, the Roman-Rite liturgy of the Mass celebrated in accordance with the successive editions of the Roman Missal published between 1570 and 1962 ... In most countries, this form of Mass was celebrated only in Latin, though other languages were used in a few places ...
... Solemn Mass (Latin missa solemnis), sometimes also referred to as Solemn High Mass or simply High Mass, is, when used not merely as a description, the full ceremonial form of the Tridentine Mass ... The term "High Mass" is also used in the United States to describe the less elaborate Missa Cantata, which lacks deacon and subdeacon and some of the ceremonies connected with them ... These terms distinguish the form in question from that of Low Mass and Missa Cantata ...
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