Latin rite

 ; Roman rite
   These terms refer to the liturgical traditions of the Church that used Latin as their liturgical language; the principal Latin rite is that of Rome, but there are other Latin rites in Milan (Ambrosian) and Toledo (Mozarabic). (See CCC1203)

Glossary of theological terms. . 2014.

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