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1 Intro, 0 | directed them to prepare a large room, arranged for 2 Intro | A WITNESS TO UNCHANGED FAITH ~ 3 Intro, 0 | beloved Bride, the Church, a memorial of his death and 4 Intro, 0 | and blood of Christ may be a sacrifice acceptable to 5 Intro, 0 | consequently the Mass is at once a sacrifice of praise and 6 Intro, 0 | of Trent had proposed as a matter of faith.8 The Mass 7 Intro, 0 | this wonderful sacrament in a special way by their adoration. ~ 8 Intro, 0 | presides over the assembly of a holy people. The meaning 9 Intro, 0 | nourished by his word. They are a people called to offer God 10 Intro, 0 | the entire human family, a people giving thanks in 11 Intro, 0 | sacrifice. Finally, they are a people growing together 12 Intro | A WITNESS TO UNBROKEN TRADITION ~ 13 Intro, 0 | the Fathers";11 this is a quotation from the Apostolic 14 Intro, 0 | beyond the examination of a few liturgical commentaries 15 Intro, 0 | endows the people of God with a marvelous fidelity in preserving 16 Intro, 0 | Roman Missal in turn marks a major step forward in liturgical 17 Intro, 0 | of Trent were speaking at a far different time in the 18 Intro, 0 | proposals and measures of a pastoral nature that could 19 Intro, 0 | felt bound to answer such a request with a reaffirmation 20 Intro, 0 | answer such a request with a reaffirmation of the Church' 21 Intro, 0 | expedient to the Fathers that as a general rule it be celebrated 22 Intro, 0 | consecration are spoken in a low voice, should be condemned 23 Intro, 0 | lawfulness and efficacy of a sacred rite celebrated in 24 Intro, 0 | vernacular for the sake of a better comprehension of 25 Intro, 0 | sacramental sign offers a special means of deepening 26 Intro, 0 | Mt. 13:52). Accordingly, a part of the new Roman Missal 27 Intro, 0 | earth and of allusions to a particular form of outward 28 1, 0 | recalled in the Mass in such a way that they are somehow 29 1, 0 | celebration is planned in such a way that it brings about 30 1, 0 | brings about in the faithful a participation in body and 31 1, 0 | the Christian people it is a right and duty they have 32 2, 0 | are called together, with a priest presiding and acting 33 2, 0 | applies supremely to such a local gathering together 34 2, 1 | reverence; they make up a principal element of the 35 2, 1 | understandable to them, but a living commentary on the 36 2, 2 | He may give the faithful a very brief introduction 37 2, 2 | demands that they be spoken in a loud and clear voice and 38 2, 3 | character of being the act of a community,22 both the dialogues 39 2, 3 | greeting and prayers create a degree of the active participation 40 2, 3 | Finally, of the other texts:~a. Some constitute an independent 41 2, 4 | that are to be delivered in a clear, loud voice, whether 42 2, 4 | is, accordingly as it is a reading, a prayer, an instruction, 43 2, 4 | accordingly as it is a reading, a prayer, an instruction, 44 2, 4 | instruction, an acclamation, or a song; the tone should also 45 2, 6 | observed by all taking part is a sign of the community and 46 2, 7 | themselves; at the conclusion of a reading or the homily, all 47 2, 8 | A. Introductory Rites~ 48 2, 8 | collect, have the character of a beginning, introduction, 49 2, 8 | together take on the form of a community and prepare themselves 50 2, 8 | the seasons and that has a text approved by the conference 51 2, 8 | by some of them, or by a reader; otherwise it is 52 2, 8 | reverence the altar. As a sign of veneration, the 53 2, 8 | community carries out through a communal confession and 54 2, 8 | penitential rite. Since it is a song by which the faithful 55 2, 8 | the choir or cantor.~As a rule each of the acclamations 56 2, 8 | said more than twice or a short verse (trope) may 57 2, 8 | together with him they observe a brief silence so that they 58 2, 8 | the priest's words address a petition to God the Father 59 2, 9 | reading of the Scriptures is a ministerial, not a presidential 60 2, 9 | Scriptures is a ministerial, not a presidential function, it 61 2, 9 | function, it is proper that as a rule a deacon or, in his 62 2, 9 | is proper that as a rule a deacon or, in his absence, 63 2, 9 | deacon or, in his absence, a priest other than the one 64 2, 9 | presiding read the gospel. A reader proclaims the other 65 2, 9 | readings. In the absence of a deacon or another priest, 66 2, 9 | special marks of honor. A special minister is appointed 67 2, 9 | and prepares himself by a blessing or prayer. The 68 2, 9 | of the word. The psalm as a rule is drawn from the Lectionary 69 2, 9 | and listen, but also as a rule take part by singing 70 2, 9 | follows the second reading.~a. The «Alleluia» is sung 71 2, 9 | reading before the gospel:~a. during a season calling 72 2, 9 | before the gospel:~a. during a season calling for the « 73 2, 9 | 42. There must be a homily on Sundays and holydays 74 2, 9 | that are celebrated with a congregation. It is recommended 75 2, 9 | celebration of Mass serves as a way for the people to respond 76 2, 9 | celebrations. ~If it is sung, as a rule all are to sing it 77 2, 9 | all Masses celebrated with a congregation, so that petitions 78 2, 9 | 46. As a rule the sequence of intentions 79 2, 9 | of intentions is to be:~a. for the needs of the Church;~ 80 2, 9 | intercessions, by means of a brief introduction to invite 81 2, 9 | prayer. It is desirable that a deacon, cantor, or other 82 2, 9 | its supplication either by a response said together after 83 2, 10 | the chalice is prepared at a side table).~The gifts are 84 2, 10 | the priest or deacon at a convenient place. The gifts 85 2, 10 | These are to be put in a suitable place but not on 86 2, 10 | may be incensed. This is a symbol of the Church's offering 87 2, 10 | over the gifts, which are a preparation for the eucharistic 88 2, 10 | the eucharistic prayer, a prayer of thanksgiving and 89 2, 10 | eucharistic prayer are these:~a. Thanksgiving (expressed 90 2, 10 | acclamation is an assent and a conclusion. ~The eucharistic 91 2, 10 | communion of the people:~a. Lord's Prayer: this is 92 2, 10 | Lord's Prayer: this is a petition both for daily 93 2, 10 | the people conclude with a doxology. The embolism, 94 2, 10 | simply functional, but is a sign that in sharing in 95 2, 10 | Commingling: the celebrant drops a part of the host into the 96 2, 10 | commingling, the «Agnus Dei» is as a rule sung by the choir or 97 2, 10 | stand out more clearly as a sharing in the sacrifice 98 2, 10 | whenever there is to be a hymn after communion.~An 99 2, 10 | by some of them, or by a reader. Otherwise the priest 100 2, 10 | silent prayer. If desired, a hymn, psalm, or other song 101 2, 11 | concluding rite consists of:~a. the priest's greeting and 102 3, 11 | stand out as being formed in a structure of different orders 103 3, 11 | Whenever he is present at a Mass with a congregation, 104 3, 11 | is present at a Mass with a congregation, it is fitting 105 3, 11 | solemnity, but to express in a clearer light the mystery 106 3, 11 | communicate to the faithful a sense of the living presence 107 3, 11 | of Mass the faithful are a holy people, a people God 108 3, 11 | faithful are a holy people, a people God has made his 109 3, 11 | people God has made his own, a royal priesthood: they give 110 3, 11 | the Lord's table. There is a beautiful expression of 111 3, 11 | about the choir applies in a similar way to other musicians, 112 3, 11 | 64. There should be a cantor or a choir director 113 3, 11 | There should be a cantor or a choir director to lead and 114 3, 11 | and the vessels and, as a special minister of the 115 3, 11 | even though ministers of a higher rank may be present.~ 116 3, 11 | the faithful will develop a warm and lively love for 117 3, 11 | The second kind include:~a. The commentator. This minister 118 3, 11 | meticulously prepared and marked by a simple brevity.~In performing 119 3, 11 | the commentator stands in a convenient place visible 120 3, 11 | churches and communities, a person should be assigned 121 3, 11 | more precisely designate a suitable place for a woman 122 3, 11 | designate a suitable place for a woman to proclaim the word 123 3, 11 | to distribute them among a number of readers. The same 124 3, 11 | one minister is present at a Mass with a congregation, 125 3, 11 | is present at a Mass with a congregation, he may carry 126 4, 11 | importance should be attached to a Mass celebrated by any community, 127 4, 11 | universal Church gathered at a given time and place. This 128 4, 11 | conventual Mass, which is a part of the daily office, 129 4, 11 | such Masses do not have a special form of celebration, 130 4 | I. MASS WITH A CONGREGATION~ 131 4, 11 | 77. Mass with a congregation means a Mass 132 4, 11 | with a congregation means a Mass celebrated with the 133 4, 11 | celebrated with song and with a suitable number of ministers.59 134 4, 11 | It is desirable that as a rule an acolyte, a reader, 135 4, 11 | that as a rule an acolyte, a reader, and a cantor assist 136 4, 11 | an acolyte, a reader, and a cantor assist the priest 137 4, 11 | described also allows for a greater number of ministers.~ 138 4, 11 | greater number of ministers.~A deacon may exercise his 139 4, 12 | seven. There is also to be a cross on or near the altar. 140 4, 12 | are also to be prepared:~a. next to the priest's chair: 141 4, 12 | missal and, as may be useful, a book with the chants;~b. 142 4, 12 | lectern: the lectionary;~c. on a side table: the chalice, 143 4, 12 | purificator, and, if useful, a pall; a paten and ciboria, 144 4, 12 | and, if useful, a pall; a paten and ciboria, if needed, 145 4, 12 | chalice should be covered with a veil, which may always be 146 4, 12 | various forms of celebration: ~a. for the priest: alb, stole, 147 4, 12 | who wear an alb should use a cincture and an amice, unless 148 4, 13 | A. Basic Form of Celebration~ 149 4, 13 | the altar in this order: ~a. a server with a lighted 150 4, 13 | altar in this order: ~a. a server with a lighted censer, 151 4, 13 | order: ~a. a server with a lighted censer, if incense 152 4, 13 | and other ministers;~d. a reader, who may carry the 153 4, 13 | proper reverence, that is, a low bow or, if there is 154 4, 13 | low bow or, if there is a tabernacle containing the 155 4, 13 | containing the blessed sacrament, a genuflection.~If the cross 156 4, 13 | placed near the altar or on a side table; the Book of 157 4, 13 | minister may give the faithful a very brief introduction 158 4, 13 | silently with the priest for a while. Then the priest with 159 4, 13 | 91. Then, if there is a second reading before the 160 4, 13 | with youThen he says: «A reading from». . ., making 161 4, 13 | the ministers, and put in a suitable place; the bread 162 4, 13 | paten with the bread from a minister. With both hands 163 4, 13 | 103. Next, as a minister presents the cruets, 164 4, 13 | altar and pours wine and a little water into the chalice, 165 4, 13 | takes the chalice, raises it a little with both hands, 166 4, 13 | corporal and may cover it with a pall. ~ 167 4, 13 | the gifts and the altar. A minister incenses the priest 168 4, 13 | the prescribed prayer as a minister pours the water. ~ 169 4, 13 | the priest celebrant is a bishop, after the words « 170 4, 13 | the eucharistic prayers.~A little before the consecration, 171 4, 13 | consecration, the server may ring a bell as a signal to the 172 4, 13 | server may ring a bell as a signal to the faithful. 173 4, 13 | Let us offer each other a sign of peace». All exchange 174 4, 13 | over the paten. He places a small piece in the chalice, 175 4, 13 | then takes the paten or a ciborium and goes to the 176 4, 13 | side of the altar or at a side table, he purifies 177 4, 13 | etc., and dries it with a purificator. If this is 178 4, 13 | the vessels are taken to a side table by a minister. 179 4, 13 | taken to a side table by a minister. It is also permitted, 180 4, 13 | properly covered and on a corporal, either at the 181 4, 13 | either at the altar or at a side table and to purify 182 4, 13 | may return to the chair. A period of silence may now 183 4, 13 | may now be observed, or a hymn of praise or a psalm 184 4, 13 | or a hymn of praise or a psalm may be sung (see no. 185 4, 13 | Let us pray». There may be a brief period of silence, 186 4, 13 | 125. As a rule, the priest then kisses 187 4, 14 | 127. When there is a deacon present to exercise 188 4, 14 | In general the deacon: a. assists the priest and 189 4, 14 | the blessing, saying in a low voice: «Father, give 190 4, 14 | consecrated, pours wine and a little water into the chalice, 191 4, 14 | pour the wine and water at a side table.) If incense 192 4, 14 | properly covered and on a corporal, at a side table 193 4, 14 | covered and on a corporal, at a side table and to purify 194 4, 15 | acolytes. But if there is only a single acolyte present, 195 4, 15 | that, if possible, he have a place from which he can 196 4, 15 | may assist the priest as a special minister in giving 197 4, 17 | is also permitted at:~1. a. the chrism Mass and the 198 4, 17 | of concelebration, at: ~a. the conventual Mass and 199 4, 17 | 154. Where there is a large number of priests, 200 4, 17 | ever to be admitted into a concelebration once Mass 201 4, 17 | 157. A concelebration in which 202 4, 17 | Thursday and on the occasion of a synod or pastoral visitation, 203 4, 17 | with their bishop during a retreat or at any other 204 4, 17 | 158. For a particular reason, having 205 4, 17 | is permitted as follows: ~a. One who has celebrated 206 4, 17 | bishop or his delegate at a synod or pastoral visitation, 207 4, 17 | concelebrates on the occasion of a meeting of priests, may 208 4, 17 | 159. The structure of a concelebrated Mass, whatever 209 4, 17 | 160. If neither a deacon nor other ministers 210 4, 17 | other ministers assist in a concelebrated Mass, their 211 4, 18 | individual celebrants. For a good reason, however, as 212 4, 19 | 165. As a rule the principal celebrant 213 4, 20 | stand around it in such a way that they do not interfere 214 4, 20 | and that the people have a clear view. They should 215 4, 21 | are to be recited in such a way that the concelebrants 216 4, 21 | concelebrants say them in a softer voice and the principal 217 4, 21 | text without difficulty.~A. «Eucharistic Prayer I, 218 4, 21 | together in this manner:~a. They say «Bless and approve 219 4, 21 | the prayer in this manner:~a. They say «Let your Spirit 220 4, 21 | the prayer in this manner:~a. They say «And so, Father, 221 4, 21 | the prayer in this manner:~a. They say «Father, may this 222 4, 22 | genuflects and steps back a little. One by one the concelebrants 223 4, 22 | chalice directly, through a tube, with a spoon, or even 224 4, 22 | directly, through a tube, with a spoon, or even by intinction. ~ 225 4, 22 | procedures may be followed. ~a. The principal celebrant 226 4, 22 | everlasting life». He drinks a little and hands the chalice 227 4, 22 | chalice to the deacon or a concelebrant. Then he gives 228 4, 22 | their seats. The deacon or a concelebrant wipes the chalice 229 4, 22 | concelebrant wipes the chalice with a purificator after each concelebrant 230 4, 22 | communion is received through a tube, this is the procedure. 231 4, 22 | everlasting lifeHe drinks a little and immediately cleans 232 4, 22 | sipping some water from a container at hand on the 233 4, 22 | concelebrants puts the chalice at a convenient place in the 234 4, 22 | side on another corporal. A container of water for purifying 235 4, 22 | placed near the chalice, with a paten to hold them afterward.~ 236 4, 22 | forward one by one, take a tube, and drink a little 237 4, 22 | take a tube, and drink a little from the chalice. 238 4, 22 | purify the tube, by sipping a little water, and place 239 4, 22 | communion is received by using a spoon, the same procedure 240 4, 22 | followed as for communion with a tube. But care is to be 241 4, 22 | communion the spoon is placed in a container of water. After 242 4, 22 | carries this container to a side table to wash and dry 243 4, 22 | one, genuflect, and take a particle, dip part of it 244 4, 22 | the chalice, and, holding a paten under their chin, 245 4, 23 | reverence to the altar; as a rule, the principal celebrant 246 4 | III. MASS WITHOUT A CONGREGATION~ ~ 247 4, 24 | norms for Mass celebrated by a priest with only one server 248 4, 24 | follows the rite of Mass with a congregation. The server 249 4, 24 | not be celebrated without a server, except out of serious 250 4, 24 | prepared before Mass, either on a side table near the altar 251 4, 25 | says: «Let us pray». After a suitable pause, he says 252 4, 27 | water, are carried out as at a Mass with a congregation, 253 4, 27 | carried out as at a Mass with a congregation, with the formularies 254 4, 27 | described for Mass with a congregation. ~ 255 4, 27 | are said as at Mass with a congregation.~ 256 4, 27 | the «Agnus Dei», he places a particle in the chalice, 257 4, 27 | holding the eucharistic bread a little above the paten, 258 4, 27 | the priest, after making a genuflection, takes the 259 4, 27 | in the Order of Mass with a congregation.~ 260 4, 27 | carried by the server to a side table or left on the 261 4, 27 | the priest may observe a period of silence. Then 262 4, 28 | carried out as at Mass with a congregation, but the dismissal 263 4, 29 | the Gospels are kissed as a sign of veneration. But 264 4, 30 | before communion.~If there is a tabernacle with the blessed 265 4, 30 | sacrament in the sanctuary, a genuflection is made before 266 4, 30 | There are two kinds of bow, a bow of the head and a bow 267 4, 30 | bow, a bow of the head and a bow of the body:~a. A bow 268 4, 30 | head and a bow of the body:~a. A bow of the head is made 269 4, 30 | and a bow of the body:~a. A bow of the head is made 270 4, 30 | honor Mass is celebrated.~b. A bow of the body, or profound 271 4, 31 | optional in any form of Mass:~a. during the entrance procession;~ 272 4, 31 | way to incense the altar:~a. If the altar is freestanding, 273 4, 31 | to the left. ~If there is a cross on or beside the altar, 274 4, 32 | 237. Whenever a particle of the eucharistic 275 4, 32 | after Mass, if possible at a side table. Wine and water 276 4, 33 | 240. Holy communion has a more complete form as a 277 4, 33 | a more complete form as a sign when it is received 278 4, 33 | this manner of reception a fuller light shines on the 279 4, 33 | banquet. Moreover there is a clearer expression of that 280 4, 33 | should be guided toward a desire to take part more 281 4, 33 | take part more intensely in a sacred rite in which the 282 4, 33 | blessed; those consecrated to a life of virginity at the 283 4, 33 | receive institution for a certain ministry at the 284 4, 33 | at Mass;~8. when there is a concelebration, in the case 285 4, 33 | concelebration, in the case of:~a. all who exercise a liturgical 286 4, 33 | of:~a. all who exercise a liturgical function at this 287 4, 33 | concelebrate; ~10. all who make a retreat at a Mass in which 288 4, 33 | all who make a retreat at a Mass in which they actively 289 4, 33 | of any pastoral body at a Mass the celebrate as a 290 4, 33 | a Mass the celebrate as a group;~11. those listed 291 4, 33 | take part in the Mass of a newly ordained priest; ~ 292 4, 33 | occasions when there will be a large number of communicants. 293 4, 33 | communion under both kinds:~a. If communion is received 294 4, 33 | received from the chalice with a tube, silver tubes are needed 295 4, 33 | communicant. There should also be a container of water for purifying 296 4, 33 | purifying the tubes and a paten on which to put them 297 4, 33 | communion is given with a spoon, only one spoon is 298 4, 33 | too thin or too small, but a little thicker than usual 299 4, 33 | 244. If there is a deacon or another assisting 300 4, 33 | assisting priest or an acolyte:~a. The celebrant receives 301 4, 33 | outside of the chalice with a purificator. ~b. The priest 302 4, 33 | with one hand, they drink a little from the chalice, 303 4, 33 | other priest, or acolyte:~a. The priest receives the 304 4, 33 | of Christ, they step back a little.~c. After all have 305 4, 33 | blood is spilled, drink a little from the chalice, 306 4, 33 | BY INTINCTION~If there is a deacon, another priest assisting, 307 4, 33 | or an acolyte present:~a. The priest hands this minister 308 4, 33 | chin. The celebrant dips a particle into the chalice 309 4, 33 | priest, or acolyte present:~a. After drinking the blood 310 4, 33 | of the priest, and hold a plate beneath their chin. 311 4, 33 | their chin. The priest takes a particle, dips it into the 312 4, 33 | also permitted to place a small table covered with 313 4, 33 | small table covered with a cloth and corporal at a 314 4, 33 | a cloth and corporal at a suitable place. The priest 315 4, 33 | COMMUNION UNDER BOTH KINDS USING A TUBE~ 316 4, 33 | priest celebrant also uses a tube when receiving the 317 4, 33 | 249. If there is a deacon, another assisting 318 4, 33 | or an acolyte present:~a. For the communion of the 319 4, 33 | the chalice, and drinks a little. The communicant 320 4, 33 | drops, and places it in a container of water held 321 4, 33 | minister. The communicant sips a little water to purify the 322 4, 33 | COMMUNION UNDER BOTH KINDS USING A SPOON~ 323 4, 33 | 251. If a deacon, another assisting 324 4, 33 | the blood of the Lord with a spoon to the individual 325 5, 33 | God normally assemble in a church or, if there is none, 326 5, 33 | place worthy of so great a mystery. Churches and other 327 5, 33 | that are to become part of a church, the highest artistic 328 5 | II. ARRANGEMENT OF A CHURCH FOR THE LITURGICAL 329 5, 33 | and the choir should have a place that facilitates their 330 5, 33 | these elements must express a hierarchical arrangement 331 5, 33 | should at the same time form a complete and organic unity, 332 5, 33 | 260. In a place of worship, the celebration 333 5, 33 | fixed or movable. Outside a place of worship, especially 334 5, 33 | celebration is only for a single occasion, a suitable 335 5, 33 | only for a single occasion, a suitable table may be used, 336 5, 33 | be used, but always with a cloth and corporal.~ 337 5, 33 | 261. A fixed altar is one attached 338 5, 33 | that it cannot be moved; a movable altar is one that 339 5, 33 | should be so placed as to be a focal point on which the 340 5, 33 | altar should ordinarily be a fixed, consecrated altar.~ 341 5, 33 | symbolism, the table of a fixed altar should be of 342 5, 33 | 264. A movable altar may be constructed 343 5, 33 | is no obligation to have a consecrated stone in a movable 344 5, 33 | have a consecrated stone in a movable altar or on the 345 5, 33 | eucharist is celebrated outside a place of worship (see no. 346 5, 33 | every liturgical service as a sign of reverence and festiveness. 347 5, 33 | on or around the altar in a way suited to the design 348 5, 33 | 270. There is also to be a cross, clearly visible to 349 5, 33 | chair ought to stand as a symbol of his office of 350 5, 33 | for example, if too great a distance would interfere 351 5, 33 | people). Anything resembling a throne is to be avoided. 352 5, 33 | requires the church to have a place that is suitable for 353 5, 33 | proclamation of the word and is a natural focal point for 354 5, 33 | liturgy of the word.84 ~As a rule the lectern or ambo 355 5, 33 | be stationary, not simply a movable stand. In keeping 356 5, 33 | visually and mentally. As a rule, there should be benches 357 5, 33 | should be set up in such a way that the people can 358 5, 33 | placed that its character as a part of the assembly of 359 5, 33 | of the faithful that has a special function stands 360 5, 33 | placed suitably in such a way that they can sustain 361 5, 33 | eucharistic reservation in a chapel suited to the faithful' 362 5, 33 | with local custom, and in a part of the church that 363 5, 33 | eucharist is to be reserved in a single, solid, unbreakable 364 5, 33 | unbreakable tabernacle. Thus as a rule there should be only 365 5, 33 | to situate them in such a way that they do not distract 366 5, 33 | adornment and arrangement of a church.~ ~ 367 5, 33 | 279. The style in which a church is decorated should 368 5, 33 | church is decorated should be a means to achieve noble simplicity, 369 5, 33 | 280. Proper planning of a church and its surroundings 370 6, 33 | bread should be made in such a way that in a Mass with 371 6, 33 | made in such a way that in a Mass with a congregation 372 6, 33 | way that in a Mass with a congregation the priest 373 6, 34 | the sacred vessels hold a place of honor, especially 374 6, 34 | of the Lord are to have a cup of nonabsorbent material. 375 6, 34 | eucharistic bread, such as a paten, ciborium, pyx, monstrance, 376 6, 34 | fashion the sacred vessels in a shape that is in keeping 377 6, 34 | tied at the waist with a cincture, unless it is made 378 6, 34 | it is made to fit without a cincture. An amice should 379 6, 34 | street clothing at the neck. A surplice may not be substituted 380 6, 34 | dalmatic is to be worn or when a stole is used instead of 381 6, 34 | 306. The beauty of a vestment should derive from 382 6, 34 | the course of the year, to a sense of progress in the 383 6, 34 | for the vestment colors.~a. White is used in the offices 384 6, 34 | proper color, in white, or in a festive color; Masses for 385 6, 34 | or in violet if they bear a penitential character, for 386 6, 34 | furnishings that either have a liturgical use or are in 387 6, 34 | other way introduced into a church should be worthy 388 6, 34 | combine cleanliness and a noble simplicity. ~ ~ 389 7, 34 | pastoral effectiveness of a celebration will be heightened 390 7, 34 | ministers and others who have a function in the celebration, 391 7, 34 | directly belong to them. ~Since a variety of options is provided 392 7, 34 | that nothing is improvised. A harmonious planning and 393 7, 34 | on obligatory memorials: ~a. if Mass is celebrated with 394 7, 34 | Mass is celebrated with a congregation, the priest 395 7, 34 | Mass is celebrated without a congregation, the priest 396 7, 34 | On optional memorials:~a. On the weekdays of Advent 397 7, 34 | the opening prayer from a memorial listed in the General 398 7, 34 | observed, or the Mass of a saint inscribed in the martyrology 399 7, 34 | optional memorial, the Mass of a saint inscribed in the martyrology 400 7, 34 | martyrology for that day, a Mass for various needs and 401 7, 34 | needs and occasions, or a votive Mass.~If he celebrates 402 7, 34 | Mass.~If he celebrates with a congregation, the priest 403 7, 34 | the Church desires that a richer portion of God's 404 7, 34 | and the dead and there is a remembrance of the dead 405 7, 34 | option is given between a memorial in the General 406 7, 34 | Roman Calendar and one in a diocesan or religious calendar, 407 7, 35 | of an apostle, and from a Gospel. Thus God's own teaching 408 7, 35 | the Christian people to a knowledge of the continuity 409 7, 35 | in some places. In such a case, the choice between 410 7, 35 | intention to lead the people to a deeper knowledge of Scripture; 411 7, 35 | any thought of choosing a text because it is shorter 412 7, 35 | year; therefore, unless a solemnity or feast occurs, 413 7, 35 | interrupted by the occurrence of a feast or particular celebration. 414 7, 35 | 320. The Lectionary has a special selection of texts 415 7, 35 | assigned so that by hearing a more pertinent passage from 416 7, 35 | the faithful may be led to a better understanding of 417 7, 35 | part in and may be led to a more ardent love for God' 418 7, 36 | by the following norms.~a. Eucharistic Prayer I, the 419 7, 36 | apt on days when there is a special text for the prayer, « 420 7, 36 | or in Masses that have a special form of the prayer, « 421 7, 36 | When Mass is celebrated for a dead person, the special 422 7, 36 | The special formulary for a dead person may be used 423 7, 36 | Eucharistic Prayer IV has a fixed preface and provides 424 7, 36 | fixed preface and provides a fuller summary of the history 425 7, 36 | salvation. It may be used when a Mass has no preface of its 426 7, 36 | dead may be inserted. ~e. A eucharistic prayer that 427 7, 36 | otherwise noted.~In Masses on a memorial, however, the opening 428 7, 36 | these Masses. ~This provides a rich collection of texts 429 8, 38 | occasions are of three types:~a. the ritual Masses, which 430 8, 38 | Lord or in honor of Mary or a particular saint or of all 431 8, 38 | advantage may be used in a celebration with a congregation. ~ 432 8, 38 | used in a celebration with a congregation. ~ 433 8, 38 | the occasions of news of a death, final burial, or 434 8, 38 | funeral Mass there should as a rule be a short homily, 435 8, 38 | there should as a rule be a short homily, but never 436 8, 38 | short homily, but never a eulogy of any kind. The 437 8, 38 | the dead celebrated with a congregation. ~ 438 8, 38 | those who are present at a liturgical celebration or 439 Appen1 | people to be drawn into a fuller understanding of 440 Appen1 | parts, and lead them into a true spirit of participation. 441 Appen1 | and not make them into a sermon or homily; care should 442 Appen1 | 26. ENTRANCE SONG~As a further alternative to the 443 Appen1 | conscious of themselves as a worshipping community. The 444 Appen1 | BETWEEN THE READINGS~As a further alternative to ( 445 Appen1 | instrumental music, this may be a period of silence (see no. 446 Appen1 | good to give the assembly a period of quiet (that is, 447 Appen1 | to local usage. Neither a specific form nor specific 448 Appen1 | Communion song should foster a sense of unity. It should 449 Appen1 | the bishop is present at a celebration of the Eucharist 450 Appen1 | of the Eucharist but, for a just reason, does not elect 451 Appen1 | on the Liturgy prepared a commentary on the liturgical 452 Appen1 | liturgical ministry of women: ~a. With the exception of service 453 Appen1 | Gospel, which is reserved to a deacon or priest) should 454 Appen1 | proclaimed: the reservation of a single place for all the 455 Appen1 | should not vest or occupy a specific place in the liturgy, 456 Appen1 | to these considerations:~a. Proper catechesis must 457 Appen1 | should not be introduced as a means of circumventing the 458 Appen1 | Masses and at Masses for a special family observance;~ 459 Appen1 | 270. ALTAR CROSS~Only a single cross should be carried 460 Appen1 | cross should be carried in a procession in order to give 461 Appen1 | provided they are played in a manner that is suitable 462 Appen1 | music commissions, to render a decision. ~ ~ 463 Appen1 | it becomes evident that a pattern of such supplications 464 Appen1 | particularly the gift of a Christian life, to the deceased 465 Appen2 | publication «Notitiae», has issued a number of clarifications 466 Appen2 | the eucharistic prayer is a practice that has developed 467 Appen2 | demands that they be spoken in a loud and clear voice and 468 Appen2 | not be played." This is a clear rule, leaving no room 469 Appen2 | room for doubt, since it is a reminder of wrong practices 470 Appen2 | be foremost and dominant. A "background" accompaniment 471 Appen2 | after communion." Thus it is a matter of option, not obligation. 472 Appen2 | liturgical assemblies there is a great variety of gestures 473 Appen2 | gestures and postures during a celebration. For example, 474 Appen2 | example, should the people: a. stand during the prayer 475 Appen2 | questions (GIRM no. 21): a. The people stand while 476 Appen2 | celebrating the eucharist as a manifestation of the community' 477 Appen2 | is the supreme action of a community and not a time 478 Appen2 | action of a community and not a time for individuals to 479 Appen2 | REPLY: The appointments of a place of worship have some 480 Appen2 | possible (see GIRM no. 21), a deep bow and a respectful 481 Appen2 | no. 21), a deep bow and a respectful bearing are signs 482 Appen2 | appropriate to meditate for a short time in silence after 483 Appen2 | played softly and is not a distraction to meditation: 484 Appen2 | Nevertheless the norm takes on a general applicability; whatever 485 Appen2 | exist? REPLY: Yes. For it is a rite that on Sunday helpfully 486 Appen2 | the new missal, in such a way that the «Asperges» 487 Appen2 | understood by the phrase "a special, more solemn celebration?" 488 Appen2 | singing of the «Gloria» is a celebration observed with 489 Appen2 | observed with solemnity or with a large number of people: 490 Appen2 | congregation. But since a hymn and a profession of 491 Appen2 | congregation. But since a hymn and a profession of faith are 492 Appen2 | involve the assembly as a whole, does this practice 493 Appen2 | Order of Mass, drawn up in a practical fashion, have 494 Appen2 | the GIRM shows progress of a spiritual order (nos. 31 495 Appen2 | style for their recitation. a. As to the «Gloria», the 496 Appen2 | preserve its character as a hymn, says: "It is sung 497 Appen2 | celebrations. If it is sung, as a rule all are to sing it 498 Appen2 | after the homily, to address a salutation to them, for 499 Appen2 | better, then, not to have a repetition before or after 500 Appen2 | these weekdays when there is a "more solemn" celebration:


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