Liturgical Diversity and Roman Influence in the Early Western Church

While there is a common core to historic Western Christian liturgy, there is also considerable diversity. Rites differed from region to region and from place to place. Regional improvisations on the basic framework of the liturgy led eventually to a proliferation of liturgical books in the Western church, with many variations even within the same regional traditions.

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