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vessels

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 3, 11 | prepare the altar and the vessels and, as a special minister 2 4, 13 | is done at the altar, the vessels are taken to a side table 3 4, 13 | especially if there are several vessels to be purified, to leave 4 4, 14 | but the care of the sacred vessels belongs to the deacon. He 5 4, 14 | takes the chalice and other vessels to the side table, where 6 4, 14 | permissible to leave the vessels to be purified, properly 7 4, 15 | to purify and arrange the vessels. If no deacon is present, 8 4, 15 | present, the acolyte takes the vessels to the side table, where 9 4, 32 | 238. The vessels are purified by the priest 10 6 | III. SACRED VESSELS~ ~ 11 6, 34 | SACRED VESSELS~ 12 6, 34 | celebration of Mass, the sacred vessels hold a place of honor, especially 13 6, 34 | 290. Vessels should be made from materials 14 6, 34 | 291. Chalices and other vessels that serve as receptacles 15 6, 34 | 292. Vessels that serve as receptacles 16 6, 34 | 294. Vessels made from metal should ordinarily 17 6, 34 | artist may fashion the sacred vessels in a shape that is in keeping 18 6, 34 | blessing or consecration of vessels the rites prescribed in 19 6, 34 | 311. Besides vessels and vestments for which 20 Appen2 | is observed purifying the vessels (chalice, paten, ciborium) 21 Appen2 | another minister purify the vessels? REPLY: a. The directives 22 Appen2 | principle in no. 238: "The vessels are purified by the priest 23 Appen2 | altar as he purifies the vessels (see also no. 120). b. Other 24 Appen2 | is done at the altar, the vessels are taken to a side table 25 Appen2 | especially if there are several vessels to be purified, to leave 26 Appen2 | takes the chalice and other vessels to the side table, where 27 Appen2 | permissible to leave the vessels to be purified, properly 28 Appen2 | to purify and arrange the vessels. If no deacon is present, 29 Appen2 | present, the acolyte takes the vessels to the side table, where 30 Appen2 | QUERY: In consecrating vessels not made of gold should 31 Appen2 | the conference of bishops, vessels are to be blessed or consecrated


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