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Meeting Christ in the Liturgy
Instruction of the Roman Missal

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1 Intro, 0 | ministerial priesthood puts into its proper light another 2 Intro, 0 | people growing together into unity by sharing in Christ' 3 Intro, 0 | only very slight changes into the sacred rites. In fact, 4 Intro, 0 | seldom allowed research into "ancient and approved authors" 5 2, 9 | Mass of the day, and take into account the mystery being 6 2, 10 | drops a part of the host into the chalice.~e. «Agnus Dei»: 7 4, 13 | used, the priest puts some into the censer. Then with hands 8 4, 13 | incense is used, he puts some into the censer at the lectern 9 4, 13 | wine and a little water into the chalice, saying the 10 4, 14 | wine and a little water into the chalice, saying softly 11 4, 17 | one is ever to be admitted into a concelebration once Mass 12 4, 22 | particle, dip part of it into the chalice, and, holding 13 4, 32 | washed and the water poured into the sacrarium. ~ ~ 14 4, 33 | persons who are being received into the full communion of the 15 4, 33 | after being partly dipped into the precious blood it can 16 4, 33 | celebrant dips a particle into the chalice and, showing 17 4, 33 | takes a particle, dips it into the chalice, and, showing 18 4, 33 | purify the tube, then puts it into another container presented 19 6, 33 | actually to break the host into parts and distribute them 20 6, 33 | instead of wine was poured into the chalice, he pours the 21 6, 33 | chalice, he pours the water into another container, then 22 6, 33 | then pours wine with water into the chalice and consecrates 23 6, 34 | any other way introduced into a church should be worthy 24 7, 35 | case the priest, taking into consideration the entire 25 8, 38 | Pastors should, moreover, take into special account those who 26 Appen1 | enable the people to be drawn into a fuller understanding of 27 Appen1 | its parts, and lead them into a true spirit of participation. 28 Appen1 | admonition, and not make them into a sermon or homily; care 29 Appen1 | receive the host and dip it into the chalice. Intinction 30 Appen2 | background music often puts into the background what should 31 Appen2 | until a particle is dropped into the chalice (GIRM no. 56e). 32 Appen2 | gesture with less meaning into another part of the Mass: 33 Appen2 | how is it to be integrated into the concluding rite? REPLY: 34 Appen2 | translated and inserted into the missal proper to each 35 Appen2 | and the people have fallen into disuse, for example, the 36 Appen2 | actually «to break the host into parts.»" Thus line 2 is


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