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Conception Liturgies: In Praise Of The Rose

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The history of the Conception must begin by charting how the feast came about and how and where it was celebrated. This chapter focuses on establishing how the history of the feast began in the Peninsula and examines the type of liturgies used for its celebration from its earliest appearances to the end of the fifteenth century. Readings for the two liturgies developed in the fifteenth century through the changes made by Juan de Segovia and by Leonardo de Nogarolis.The chapter contributes to understanding of one aspect of authority and how it was mediated but before taking the concept further it is important to discover the nature of the debate to which the celebration of the feast gave rise. It discusses the way in which different types of authority were used in support of the doctrine and looks at how attitudes to authority changed by the end of the fifteenth-century.

Keywords: Conception Liturgy; feast; Juan de Segovia; Leonardo de Nogarolis; Peninsula



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