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CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Rites (15482 words)
Syriac in the Syrian, Maronite, Chaldean, and Malabar Rites.
For instance, the Collect for St. Juliana Falconieri (19 June) in the Roman Rite refers to the story of her miraculous communion before her death, told at length in the sixth lesson of her Office, but the truth of that story is not part of the Catholic Faith.
Pius V called for a corresponding reform of the Carmelite Rite, which was taken in hand in 1580, the Breviary appearing in 1584 and the Missal in 1587.
Rite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (217 words)
A rite is an established, ceremonious, usually religious act.
rites of passage, generally changing an individual's social status, such as marriage, baptism, or graduation.
rites of personal devotion, where an individual worships, including prayer and pilgrimages such as the Muslim Haj.
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