The Sacred Shrine: A Study of the Poetry and Art of the Catholic Church

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THE
SACRED SHRINE

A STUDY OF THE POETRY AND ART
OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

BY
YRJÖ HIRN

PROFESSOR OF AESTHETIC AND MODERN LITERATURE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF FINLAND, HELSINGFORS AUTHOR OF ' THE ORIGINS OF ART'

MACMILLAN AND CO., LIMITED
ST. MARTIN'S STREET, LONDON
1912

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Introductory v
  • Contents xiii
  • I *
  • Chapter I Catholic Art 1
  • 13- Chapter II The Altar 13
  • Chapter III The Relics 31
  • Chapter IV The Reliquary 48
  • Chapter V The Mass 66
  • Chapter VI The Holy of Holies 89
  • Chapter VII The Host 111
  • Chapter VIII The Monstrance 137
  • Chapter IX The Tabernacle 151
  • II 169
  • Chapter X The Dogma of Mary 171
  • Chapter XI The Gospel of Mary 194
  • Chapter XII Mary's Conception--Saint Anna 214
  • Chapter XIII The Childhood of Mary 250
  • Chapter XIV The Annunciation 271
  • Chapter XV The Incarnation 294
  • Chapter XVI The Visitation 317
  • Chapter XVII The Virginal Birth 331
  • Chapter XVIII The Holy Manger 350
  • Chapter XIX The Sorrowing Mother 375
  • Chapter XX Mary's Death and Assumption 405
  • Chapter XXI The Symbols of the Virgin 435
  • Chapter XXII The Sacred Shrine 471
  • Notes 481
  • Chapter VIII 505
  • Index of Authorities Quoted 555
  • Index of Subjects 571
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