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consecrating 3
consecration 29
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consecration

   Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, 0 | means of the very words of consecration, by which Christ becomes 2 Intro, 0 | the canon and the words of consecration are spoken in a low voice, 3 2, 6 | They should kneel at the consecration unless prevented by the 4 2, 10 | Institution narrative and consecration: in the words and actions 5 4, 13 | prayers.~A little before the consecration, the server may ring a bell 6 4, 30 | words of the Lord at the consecration.~ ~ 7 4, 31 | bread and chalice after the consecration.~ 8 4, 33 | virginity at the Mass of their consecration; professed religious, their 9 6, 33 | priest notices after the consecration or as he receives communion 10 6, 33 | narrative related to the consecration of the chalice, without 11 6, 34 | 293. For the consecration of hosts one rather large 12 6, 34 | 296. For the blessing or consecration of vessels the rites prescribed 13 Appen2 | eucharistic prayer, except the consecration. The practice is for the 14 Appen2 | the epiclesis before the consecration until the memorial acclamation 15 Appen2 | even more often after the consecration by their diverse postures 16 Appen2 | shown at the time of the consecration and communion: Not 14 (1978) 17 Appen2 | eucharistic prayer after the consecration, when Christ becomes present 18 Appen2 | 109: "A little before the consecration, the server may ring a bell 19 Appen2 | the epiclesis before the consecration not all concelebrants stretch 20 Appen2 | careful to do so during the consecration. c. During the epiclesis 21 Appen2 | during the epiclesis of the consecration all the concelebrants must 22 Appen2 | Holy Spirit. But during the consecration, the concelebrants hold 23 Appen2 | the acclamation after the consecration, should the priest say: « 24 Appen2 | words and put after the consecration, "serve as an introduction 25 Appen2 | see MR p. 538).~For the consecration of the bread and wine the 26 Appen2 | words of the Lord at the consecration." Further the priest genuflects " 27 Appen2 | to be collected after the consecration, but it is not clear what 28 Appen2 | material may be used." The consecration should be carried out according 29 Appen2 | anointing added in the case of consecration: Not 6 (1970) 263, no. 36.~ ~


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