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preface

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0 | declared and detailed in the preface for the chrism Mass on Thursday 2 Intro, 0 | institution of the priesthood. The preface brings out the passing on 3 2, 2 | eucharistic prayer (before the preface); he may also make comments 4 2, 10 | expressed especially in the preface): in the name of the entire 5 4, 13 | the priest continues the preface. At its conclusion, he joins 6 4, 21 | 168. The preface is said by the principal 7 7, 36 | Although it has its own preface, it may also be used with 8 7, 36 | III may be said with any preface. Its use is particularly 9 7, 36 | Eucharistic Prayer IV has a fixed preface and provides a fuller summary 10 7, 36 | used when a Mass has no preface of its own.~Because of the 11 7, 36 | prayer that has its own preface may be used with that preface. 12 7, 36 | preface may be used with that preface. even when the Mass calls 13 7, 36 | when the Mass calls for the preface of the season.~ 14 Appen1 | Eucharistic prayer before the preface; he may also conclude the 15 Appen1 | before demanding, at the preface, their full attention to 16 Appen2 | the dialogue before the preface and at the beginning of 17 Appen2 | the dialogue before the preface, no. 27 (MR p. 392) says 18 Appen2 | The priest continues the preface with hands extended." Therefore, 19 Appen2 | which extends from the preface to the final doxology inclusive. 20 Appen2 | open this prayer with the preface; this is followed by the « 21 Appen2 | QUERY: When is a particular preface to be regarded as proper? ~ 22 Appen2 | Prayer IV, which has a fixed preface and consequently is governed 23 Appen2 | Mass has its own proper preface (GIRM no. 322d). Further, 24 Appen2 | no. 322d). Further, the preface of the season is said on 25 Appen2 | of the meaning of "proper preface." A preface is to be regarded 26 Appen2 | meaning of "proper preface." A preface is to be regarded as "proper" 27 Appen2 | there is a corresponding preface, but this is not to be regarded 28 Appen2 | option to use either the preface corresponding to the Mass 29 Appen2 | corresponding to the Mass or the preface of any eucharistic prayer:


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