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An epistolary (Latin: epistolarium) is a Christian liturgical book containing set readings for church services from the New Testament Epistles. In the Catholic Church, it is usually used at a Solemn High Mass.
Epistolary means "in the form of a letter or letters". As an adjective it may refer to the following art forms:
- Epistle – letters themselves
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