a Mass that is said, and not sung, by the celebrant, who is assisted by one server, and which has less ceremonial form than a High Mass, using no music or choir.
Compare High Mass.
Origin of Low Mass
First recorded in 1560–70
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Low-mass black holes “sing” in harmony with themselves, though with flashes of light instead of sound.The Goldilocks of Black Holes
Matthew R. Francis
August 24, 2014
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