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Meeting Christ in the Liturgy
Instruction of the Roman Missal

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gifts

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 2 | collect, the prayer over the gifts, and the prayer after communion. 2 2, 3 | at the preparation of the gifts, at the breaking of the 3 2, 6 | from the prayer over the gifts to the end of the Mass, 4 2, 6 | the presentation of the gifts, and, if this seems helpful, 5 2, 6 | faithful presenting the gifts, and their coming forward 6 2, 8 | also to the prayer over the gifts and the prayer after communion. ~ 7 2, 8 | ever». ~The prayer over the gifts and the prayer after communion 8 2, 10 | In the preparation of the gifts, the bread and the wine 9 2, 10 | work of salvation and the gifts of bread and wine become 10 2, 10 | hands.~PREPARATION OF THE GIFTS~ 11 2, 10 | liturgy of the eucharist the gifts, which will become Christ' 12 2, 10 | prepared at a side table).~The gifts are then brought forward. 13 2, 10 | a convenient place. The gifts are placed on the altar 14 2, 10 | rite of carrying up the gifts retains the same spiritual 15 2, 10 | to receive money or other gifts for the church or the poor 16 2, 10 | procession bringing the gifts is accompanied by the presentation 17 2, 10 | continues at least until the gifts have been placed on the 18 2, 10 | 51. The gifts on the altar and the altar 19 2, 10 | 53. Once the gifts have been placed on the 20 2, 10 | the preparation of the gifts comes to an end through 21 2, 10 | and the prayer over the gifts, which are a preparation 22 2, 10 | power and asks that the gifts offered by human hands be 23 4, 12 | the presentation of the gifts; communion plate for the 24 4, 13 | the eucharist and other gifts to meet the needs of the 25 4, 13 | is used, he incenses the gifts and the altar. A minister 26 4, 13 | says the prayer over the gifts with hands outstretched. 27 4, 13 | Lord, may I receive these gifts», etc., and dries it with 28 4, 14 | the presentation of the gifts, while the priest remains 29 4, 14 | in receiving the people's gifts. Next, he hands the priest 30 4, 14 | with the incensing of the gifts and the altar; afterward 31 4, 15 | priest in receiving the gifts of the people and he may 32 4, 15 | assists him in incensing the gifts and the altar. ~ 33 4, 20 | for the preparation of the gifts are carried out by the principal 34 4, 20 | of the preparation of the gifts, the concelebrants come 35 4, 21 | Lord you give us all these gifts», is said by the principal 36 4, 21 | Father, we bring you these gifts» to «Look with favor» inclusive, 37 4, 21 | Father, we bring you these gifts» with hands outstretched 38 4, 27 | for the preparation of the gifts is omitted. The minister 39 4, 27 | says the prayer over the gifts and the eucharistic prayer, 40 4, 31 | at the preparation of the gifts, to incense them, as well 41 7, 36 | common; the prayer over the gifts and prayer after communion, 42 7, 37 | entrance, presentation of the gifts, and communion.~ ~ 43 Appen1 | quiet (that is, while the gifts are prepared and placed 44 Appen1 | introduction to the prayer over the gifts: "Pray, brethren. . .") 45 Appen1 | gratitude to God for his gifts, particularly the gift of 46 Appen1 | Eucharist, together with other gifts for the needs of the Church 47 Appen1 | priest, after incensing the gifts and the altar, may incense 48 Appen2 | during the prayer over the gifts; b. kneel after the «Sanctus» 49 Appen2 | during the prayer over the gifts. b. Thy also stand throughout 50 Appen2 | the «preparation» of the gifts and placing them on the 51 Appen2 | and ministers accept the gifts offered by the people. These 52 Appen2 | bread and wine) and other gifts intended for the Church 53 Appen2 | the presentation of the gifts and the formularies the 54 Appen2 | new formularies for the gifts bring out the giving of 55 Appen2 | all things and of all the gifts given to humanity. They 56 Appen2 | as follows: a. toward the gifts: he incenses with three 57 Appen2 | in the preparation of the gifts. A rite of major importance 58 Appen2 | At the presentation of gifts at a Mass with congregation, 59 Appen2 | to be consecrated. These gifts are received by the priest 60 Appen2 | procession in which the gifts are brought forward. They 61 Appen2 | out their hands toward the gifts to invoke the action of 62 Appen2 | sign of the cross over the gifts; others keep their hands 63 Appen2 | hold their hands over the gifts (GIRM nos. 174a, 180a, 184a, 64 Appen2 | outstretched toward the gifts") in invoking the action 65 Appen2 | Lord, may I receive these gifts», etc., and dries it with 66 Appen2 | may the prayer over the gifts and the prayer after communion, 67 Appen2 | the prayer over the gifts and the prayer after communion,


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