There are three principle forms of liturgy under the authority of the Imperial Roman Church: The Gallo-Russo-Byzantine Rite, the Anglo-Roman Rite (Anglican Rite of the Roman Catholic Church), and the Gallican Rite (Gallo-Roman). The Anglo-Roman liturgy of the Anglican Patriarchate (Anglican Rite Roman Catholic Church) is described and provided in the current editions of the Missale Anglicanum Editio Latina et Anglica, Rituale Anglicanum, Pontificale Anglicanum  Edition, Evangeliarium and Epistolarium, Anglican Breviary, and the Liber Processionalis. The Gallo-Roman Liturgy is provided primarily in the Missale Gallicanum-Romanum. A partial list of liturgy is provided in the list below.

Sacraments of the Church
Holy Mass
Holy Matrimony
Anointing of the Sick

Divine Offices
Anglo-Roman Breviary
Vigil Service

Extra-liturgical Services, Devotions, Prayers, and Creeds
Sacred Benedition
May Crowning
Te Deum Service
Most Useful Prayers and Creeds
Prayers to Accompany the Holy Mass
Blessing Ex Urbe
Twelve Churches of the Patriarchate (Festal & Lenten Stations)

Calendar of Saints
The Anglo-Roman and Gallo-Roman Calendar

Liturgical Norms
Basic Principles of Catholic Clerics
Wear of the Biretta
Wear of the Mitre
Wear of the Zucchetto
Use of the Cappa Magna
Norms for the Use of the Cappa Magna by the Archfather
Use of the Mantelletta by Bishops
Use of Incense at High Mass and Sung Mass
Low Masses
Mass in the Presence of the Most Blessed Sacrament
Arrival and Vesting of a Bishop for the Liturgy
Celebration of the Holy Mass in the Presence of a Jurisdictional Bishop
Mass in the Presence of a Great Prelate
Mass in the Presence of a Secular Prince of High Distinction
General Clerical Vesture of the Patriarchate
Patriarchal Mass of the Sword
Oath as Anglican Patriarch and Papa-Prince of Rome
Colours Used During Papal Masses
Communion during an Papal Mass of Highest Solemnity
Melkite and Eastern Deacons During Papal Masses of Highest Solemnity
Notes on Papal Masses and Ceremonies
Vesture of Bishops During Private Episcopal Sacraments without Solemnity

The Pontifical Mitres


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