In the final chapter, Jonathan Bading has transcribed and recorded the office of Lazarus, and collaboratively we have translated the prayers and chants. The office is located in a separate gathering in the back of a fifteenth-century antiphonal from the abbey. Taken out of a context of the liturgical year, the office was celebrated in the Roman calendar on December 17th. However, the abbey's manuscripts, including a thirteenth-century manuscript, suggests that the office was celebrated on September 19th. The breviary also carries the rubric in cappis, meaning the the monks dressed in albs and copes to signify the special status of this feast day.
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- Choir of La-Trinité, 13th century
- Adoremus Christum qui per assumptam humanitatem elevit Lazarum