Saint Antoine Daniel Kyriale

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We are very happy to offer the complete KYRIALE or “Ordinarium Missae” including Credo VII and the “Cantus ad libitum” in a 2019 scan directly from the incredibly rare 1908 edition of the Graduale Romanum printed in Tournai (Belgium) by the Monastery of Solesmes, with rhythmic signs added.

Saint Antoine Daniel ( d. 4 July 1648) was one of the Eight Jesuit Martyrs of North America. He taught the Huron children simple rhymes, in their language, as a brilliant tool of evangelization. He was a colleague of Saint Jean de Brebeuf, who became a Martyr for Jesus Christ about nine months after Father Daniel. 

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