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Meeting Christ in the Liturgy
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   Chapter, Paragraph
1 2, 5 | of themselves meant to be sung.~In choosing the parts actually 2 2, 5 | the parts actually to be sung, however, preference should 3 2, 5 | especially to those to be sung by the priest or ministers 4 2, 6 | these movements are being sung, they should be carried 5 2, 8 | 26. The entrance song is sung alternately either by the 6 2, 8 | the congregation; or it is sung entirely by the congregation 7 2, 8 | interpolated. If the «Kyrie» is not sung, it is to be recited.~GLORIA~ 8 2, 8 | Father and the Lamb. It is sung by the congregation, or 9 2, 8 | the choir alone. If not sung, it is to be recited either 10 2, 8 | alternation.~The «Gloria» is sung or said on Sundays outside 11 2, 9 | use, whenever the psalm is sung, in place of the text corresponding 12 2, 9 | except when the psalm is sung straight through without 13 2, 9 | response. ~The psalm when sung may be either the psalm 14 2, 9 | reading.~a. The «Alleluia» is sung in every season outside 15 2, 9 | after the reading is not sung, it is to be recited. If 16 2, 9 | is to be recited. If not sung, the «Alleluia» or the verse 17 2, 9 | celebrations. ~If it is sung, as a rule all are to sing 18 2, 10 | song (no. 26). If it is not sung, the presentation antiphon 19 2, 10 | the people's doxology are sung or are recited aloud. ~b. 20 2, 10 | Agnus Dei» is as a rule sung by the choir or cantor with 21 2, 10 | sacrament the communion song is sung. Its function is to express 22 2, 10 | conference of bishops. It is sung by the choir alone or by 23 2, 10 | other song of praise may be sung by the entire congregation.~ 24 3, 11 | one deacon may take the sung parts, another assist at 25 4, 13 | altar the entrance song is sung (see nos. 25 - 26).~ 26 4, 13 | Meanwhile the «Agnus Dei» is sung or recited by the choir 27 4, 13 | praise or a psalm may be sung (see no. 56 j).~ 28 4, 21 | alone; the «Sanctus» is sung or recited by all the concelebrants 29 4, 21 | concluding doxology may be sung.~B. «Eucharistic Prayer 30 4, 21 | concluding doxology may be sung.~C «Eucharistic Prayer III»~ 31 4, 21 | concluding doxology may be sung.~D. «Eucharistic Prayer 32 4, 21 | concluding doxology may be sung.~ 33 4, 21 | eucharistic prayer may be sung or said either by the principal 34 Appen1 | for liturgical texts to be sung by the priest and ministers 35 Appen1 | see the common texts for sung responsorial psalms (nos. 36 Appen1 | reading whenever the psalm is sung.~During Lent the alleluia 37 Appen1 | Lent the alleluia is not sung with the verse before the 38 Appen1 | similar) acclamations may be sung before and after the verse 39 Appen1 | after the reading is not sung it is recited. The alleluia 40 Appen1 | Gospel may be omitted if not sung (see no. 39 of the «General 41 Appen2 | Gloria» and «Credo» are not sung but just recited, sometimes 42 Appen2 | the «Gloria»: "the hymn is sung or recited" (no. 5) and 43 Appen2 | as a hymn, says: "It is sung by the congregation, or 44 Appen2 | the choir alone. If not sung, it is to be recited either 45 Appen2 | the «Gloria» should be sung. Otherwise it is recited 46 Appen2 | solemn celebrations. If it is sung, as a rule all are to sing 47 Appen2 | alternation." Therefore, whether sung or recited the «Credo» belongs 48 Appen2 | the «Agnus Dei» be said or sung, according to the indications 49 Appen2 | the «Agnus Dei» said or sung three times, as indicated 50 Appen2 | final «Amen» is said or sung by no one or almost no one. 51 Appen2 | example, the triple «Amen» sung by all the people at a Mass


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