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Specific liturgical rites and uses are usually described in terms of the various Western (Latin) and Eastern (Greek, Syrian, Coptic etc.) traditions.
Western (Latin) tradition
- Roman Rite, whose historical forms are usually classified as follows
- Anglican Use (in the United States, formerly Anglican congregations)
- Ambrosian Rite (in Milan, Italy and neighbouring areas)
- Mozarabic Rite (in Toledo and Salamanca, Spain)
- Aquileian Rite (northeastern Italy)
- Durham Rite (Durham, England)
- Gallican Rite ('Gaul' i.e. France)
- Celtic Rite (British Isles)
- Sarum Rite (England)
- Use of York (England)
- Catholic Order Rites
Eastern liturgical rites
- Alexandrian tradition
- Antiochian (Antiochene or West-Syrian) tradition
- Armenian Rite
- Chaldean or East Syrian tradition:
- Constantinopolitan tradition: