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Passion Plays

The modern drama does not originate in the ancient, but in the religious plays of the Middle Ages, themselves an outcome of the liturgy of the Church..   From Volume XI of the Original Catholic Encyclopedia.

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Passion Plays: The modern drama does not originate in the ancient, but in the religious plays of the Middle Ages, themselves an outcome of the liturgy of the Church.; From the Original Catholic Encyclopedia
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