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Meeting Christ in the Liturgy
Instruction of the Roman Missal

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1 Intro, 0 | the new Missal that will be used henceforth in the celebration 2 Intro, 0 | and blood of Christ may be a sacrifice acceptable to 3 Intro, 0 | reality of which much should be made, namely, the royal 4 Intro, 0 | way greater attention will be given to some aspects of 5 Intro, 0 | things, that some rites be restored "to the vigor they 6 Intro, 0 | on to us. There must also be profound study and understanding 7 Intro, 0 | that as a general rule it be celebrated in the vernacular."12 8 Intro, 0 | spoken in a low voice, should be condemned or that the Mass 9 Intro, 0 | condemned or that the Mass must be celebrated only in the vernacular."13 10 Intro, 0 | mother tongue frequently may be of great advantage to the 11 Intro, 0 | faithful participate to be in the vernacular for the 12 Intro, 0 | the liturgy may certainly be considered an important 13 Intro, 0 | cherished treasure would not be harmed if some phrases were 14 Intro, 0 | style of language would be more in accord with the 15 1, 0 | Mass, the Lord's Supper, be so arranged that the ministers 16 1, 0 | This purpose will best be accomplished if, after due 17 1, 0 | express faith.10 There must be the utmost care therefore 18 2, 1 | readings must therefore be listened to by all with 19 2, 2 | introductions do not need to be expressed verbatim in the 20 2, 2 | in certain cases it will be advisable to adapt them 21 2, 2 | prayers demands that they be spoken in a loud and clear 22 2, 2 | reciting them there should be no other prayer and the 23 2, 2 | other instruments should not be played.~ 24 2, 4 | 18. In texts that are to be delivered in a clear, loud 25 2, 4 | song; the tone should also be suited to the form of celebration 26 2, 4 | proclaim» («proferre») are to be understood of both singing 27 2, 5 | great importance should be attached to the use of singing 28 2, 5 | are of themselves meant to be sung.~In choosing the parts 29 2, 5 | choosing the parts actually to be sung, however, preference 30 2, 5 | however, preference should be given to those that are 31 2, 5 | and especially to those to be sung by the priest or ministers 32 2, 6 | kneeling, or sitting to be observed by all taking part 33 2, 6 | being sung, they should be carried out becomingly in 34 2, 7 | 23. Silence should be observed at the designated 35 2, 8 | The Simple Gradual» may be used, or another song that 36 2, 8 | other circumstances, it may be said more than twice or 37 2, 8 | short verse (trope) may be interpolated. If the «Kyrie» 38 2, 8 | Kyrie» is not sung, it is to be recited.~GLORIA~ 39 2, 8 | alone. If not sung, it is to be recited either by all together 40 2, 9 | inculcates the great reverence to be shown toward the reading 41 2, 9 | order that the people may be able to join in the responsorial 42 2, 9 | The psalm when sung may be either the psalm assigned 43 2, 9 | choir or cantor; it may then be repeated. The verses are 44 2, 9 | verse before the gospel may be used. ~ 45 2, 9 | reading is not sung, it is to be recited. If not sung, the « 46 2, 9 | verse before the gospel may be omitted.~ 47 2, 9 | 42. There must be a homily on Sundays and 48 2, 9 | homily should ordinarily be given by the priest celebrant.~ 49 2, 9 | appropriate that this prayer be included in all Masses celebrated 50 2, 9 | so that petitions will be offered for the Church, 51 2, 9 | sequence of intentions is to be:~a. for the needs of the 52 2, 10 | sacrifice of the cross to be continuously present in 53 2, 10 | at the Mass. These are to be put in a suitable place 54 2, 10 | and the altar itself may be incensed. This is a symbol 55 2, 10 | expression of his desire to be cleansed within. ~ 56 2, 10 | gifts offered by human hands be consecrated, that is, become 57 2, 10 | and that the victim to be received in communion be 58 2, 10 | be received in communion be the source of salvation 59 2, 10 | so that at last God may be all in all.42~g. Intercessions: 60 2, 10 | so that what is holy may be given to those who are holy. 61 2, 10 | aloud. This invocation may be repeated as often as necessary 62 2, 10 | the communion song should be ended in good time whenever 63 2, 10 | time whenever there is to be a hymn after communion.~ 64 2, 10 | Graduale Romanum» may also be used, with or without the 65 2, 10 | other song of praise may be sung by the entire congregation.~ 66 3, 11 | 64. There should be a cantor or a choir director 67 3, 11 | ministers of a higher rank may be present.~Those who exercise 68 3, 11 | received institution, must be truly qualified and carefully 69 3, 11 | commentator's remarks must be meticulously prepared and 70 3, 11 | preferable that this not be at the lectern where the 71 3, 11 | communities, a person should be assigned responsibility 72 3, 11 | of the church, women may be appointed to ministries 73 4, 11 | Church, first place should be given, because of its meaning, 74 4, 11 | Great importance should be attached to a Mass celebrated 75 4, 11 | is most proper that they be celebrated with singing, 76 4, 11 | obligation, this Mass should be celebrated with song and 77 4, 11 | ministers.59 But it may be celebrated without music 78 4, 11 | celebration will hereafter be referred to as the "basic" 79 4, 11 | typical" form. But the rite to be described also allows for 80 4, 12 | ARTICLES TO BE PREPARED~ 81 4, 12 | 79. The altar is to be covered with at least one 82 4, 12 | near the altar there are to be candlesticks with lighted 83 4, 12 | seven. There is also to be a cross on or near the altar. 84 4, 12 | The candles and cross may be carried in the entrance 85 4, 12 | book of other readings, may be placed on the altar, unless 86 4, 12 | The following are also to be prepared:~a. next to the 87 4, 12 | the missal and, as may be useful, a book with the 88 4, 12 | hands. The chalice should be covered with a veil, which 89 4, 12 | a veil, which may always be white. ~ 90 4, 12 | priest and ministers are to be prepared according to the 91 4, 12 | and dalmatic; the last may be omitted either out of necessity 92 4, 13 | crossbearer, if the cross is to be carried;~c. acolytes and 93 4, 13 | book and says: «The Lord be with youThen he says: « 94 4, 13 | faithful's participation to be expressed by their presenting 95 4, 13 | outstretched, he says: «The Lord be with you». As he says: « 96 4, 13 | The local Ordinary must be mentioned in this way: « 97 4, 13 | and auxiliary bishops may be mentioned in the eucharistic 98 4, 13 | All these phrases should be modified grammatically to 99 4, 13 | The peace of the Lord be with you always». The people 100 4, 13 | there are several vessels to be purified, to leave them, 101 4, 13 | period of silence may now be observed, or a hymn of praise 102 4, 13 | of praise or a psalm may be sung (see no. 56 j).~ 103 4, 13 | Let us pray». There may be a brief period of silence, 104 4, 13 | announcements, they may be made at this time.~ 105 4, 13 | greets the people: «The Lord be with you». They answer: « 106 4, 13 | the people answer: «Thanks be to God».~ 107 4, 14 | priest blesses him: «The Lord be in your heart». The deacon 108 4, 14 | paten with the bread to be consecrated, pours wine 109 4, 14 | The peace of the Lord be with you always», and the 110 4, 14 | to leave the vessels to be purified, properly covered 111 4, 15 | desirable that these functions be suitably distributed among 112 4, 17 | 156. No one is ever to be admitted into a concelebration 113 4, 17 | pastoral visitation, is to be held in high regard. Concelebration 114 4, 20 | clear view. They should not be in the deacon's way when 115 4, 21 | eucharistic prayer in the way to be described. Unless otherwise 116 4, 21 | concelebrants together are to be recited in such a way that 117 4, 21 | the congregation should be able to hear the text without 118 4, 21 | with the whole Church», may be assigned to one of the concelebrants; 119 4, 21 | themselves at the words, «let us be filled». ~ 120 4, 21 | For our selves, too», may be assigned to one of the concelebrants; 121 4, 21 | concluding doxology may be sung.~B. «Eucharistic Prayer 122 4, 21 | brothers and sisters», may be assigned to one of the concelebrants; 123 4, 21 | concluding doxology may be sung.~C «Eucharistic Prayer 124 4, 21 | may this sacrifice», may be assigned to one of the concelebrants; 125 4, 21 | concluding doxology may be sung.~D. «Eucharistic Prayer 126 4, 21 | Lord, remember those», may be assigned to one of the concelebrants; 127 4, 21 | concluding doxology may be sung.~ 128 4, 21 | the eucharistic prayer may be sung or said either by the 129 4, 22 | The blood of the Lord may be taken by drinking from the 130 4, 22 | either of two procedures may be followed. ~a. The principal 131 4, 22 | with a tube. But care is to be taken that after each communion 132 4, 24 | 211. Mass should not be celebrated without a server, 133 4, 26 | second reading, when it is to be said, and the «Alleluia» 134 4, 26 | general intercessions may be said even in this form of 135 4, 27 | The peace of the Lord be with you always», and the 136 4, 27 | of the altar and then may be carried by the server to 137 4, 32 | The paten is usually to be wiped with the purificator.~ 138 4, 32 | it should fall, it is to be picked up reverently. If 139 4, 32 | spills, the area should be washed and the water poured 140 4, 33 | and places, it decides to be in the interest of reverence 141 4, 33 | time the faithful should be guided toward a desire to 142 4, 33 | the time viaticum is to be administered when Mass is 143 4, 33 | occasions when there will be a large number of communicants. 144 4, 33 | this permission must also be specific, well - ordered, 145 4, 33 | communicant. There should also be a container of water for 146 4, 33 | by intinction, care is to be taken that the eucharistic 147 4, 33 | blood it can still easily be given to the communicant.~ 148 5, 33 | worship should therefore be suited to celebrating the 149 5, 33 | requisites for worship should be truly worthy and beautiful, 150 5, 33 | standard is therefore to be set, in order that art may 151 5, 33 | aid faith and devotion and be true to the reality it is 152 5, 33 | preferable that churches be solemnly consecrated. The 153 5, 33 | the sacred edifice should be such that in some way it 154 5, 33 | 258. The sanctuary should be clearly marked off from 155 5, 33 | appointments. It should be large enough to accommodate 156 5, 33 | celebration of the eucharist must be on an altar, either fixed 157 5, 33 | occasion, a suitable table may be used, but always with a 158 5, 33 | floor so that it cannot be moved; a movable altar is 159 5, 33 | movable altar is one that can be transferred from place to 160 5, 33 | 262. The main altar should be freestanding to allow the 161 5, 33 | around it easily and Mass to be celebrated facing the people. 162 5, 33 | facing the people. It should be so placed as to be a focal 163 5, 33 | should be so placed as to be a focal point on which the 164 5, 33 | altar should ordinarily be a fixed, consecrated altar.~ 165 5, 33 | of a fixed altar should be of stone and indeed of natural 166 5, 33 | well - crafted material may be used. ~The pedestal or base 167 5, 33 | or base of the table may be of any sort of material, 168 5, 33 | 264. A movable altar may be constructed of any becoming, 169 5, 33 | movable altars may simply be blessed. There is no obligation 170 5, 33 | of nonmartyrs. Care must be taken to have solid evidence 171 5, 33 | 267. Minor altars should be fewer in number. In new 172 5, 33 | new churches they should be placed in chapels separated 173 5, 33 | At least one cloth should be placed on the altar out 174 5, 33 | of the altar cloth should be in keeping with the design 175 5, 33 | 269. Candles are to be used at every liturgical 176 5, 33 | The candlesticks are to be placed either on or around 177 5, 33 | sanctuary. Everything is to be well balanced and must not 178 5, 33 | 270. There is also to be a cross, clearly visible 179 5, 33 | resembling a throne is to be avoided. The seats for the 180 5, 33 | for the ministers should be so placed in the sanctuary 181 5, 33 | the lectern or ambo should be stationary, not simply a 182 5, 33 | of each church, it must be so placed that the ministers 183 5, 33 | placed that the ministers may be easily seen and heard by 184 5, 33 | from the lectern; it may be used also for the homily 185 5, 33 | for the faithful should be arranged with care so that 186 5, 33 | As a rule, there should be benches or chairs for their 187 5, 33 | for private persons must be abolished.85 Chairs or benches 188 5, 33 | Chairs or benches should be set up in such a way that 189 5, 33 | The congregation must be enabled not only to see 190 5, 33 | schola cantorum» should be so placed that its character 191 5, 33 | musical instruments are to be placed suitably in such 192 5, 33 | choir and congregation and be heard with ease when they 193 5, 33 | Every encouragement should be given to the practice of 194 5, 33 | church, the sacrament should be reserved at an altar or 195 5, 33 | 277. The eucharist is to be reserved in a single, solid, 196 5, 33 | Thus as a rule there should be only one tabernacle in each 197 5, 33 | celebration.90 There is to be only one image of any one 198 5, 33 | the entire community is to be the criterion regarding 199 5, 33 | church is decorated should be a means to achieve noble 200 5, 33 | church appointments must be marked by concern for genuineness 201 6, 33 | entire Church, the bread must be made from wheat; according 202 6, 33 | the Latin Church, it must be unleavened.~ 203 6, 33 | eucharistic bread should be made in such a way that 204 6, 33 | wine for the eucharist must be from the fruit of the vine ( 205 6, 33 | 285. Care must be taken to ensure that the 206 6, 33 | spoil or become too hard to be broken easily.~ 207 6, 33 | as well the concern is to be for the noble simplicity 208 6, 33 | standards are considered to be of high quality, are durable, 209 6, 34 | 290. Vessels should be made from materials that 210 6, 34 | conference of bishops will be the judge in this matter. 211 6, 34 | matter. But preference is to be given to materials that 212 6, 34 | nonabsorbent material. The base may be of any other solid and worthy 213 6, 34 | pyx, monstrance, etc., may be made of other materials 214 6, 34 | large paten may properly be used; on it is placed the 215 6, 34 | metal should ordinarily be gilded on the inside if 216 6, 34 | liturgical books are to be followed. ~ ~ 217 6, 34 | cincture. An amice should be put on first if the alb 218 6, 34 | neck. A surplice may not be substituted for the alb 219 6, 34 | chasuble or dalmatic is to be worn or when a stole is 220 6, 34 | proper to the region may be used for making vestments; 221 6, 34 | person wearing them may also be used. The conference of 222 6, 34 | conference of bishops will be the judge in this matter.93~ 223 6, 34 | keeping with the sacred is to be avoided.~ 224 6, 34 | Traditional usage should be retained for the vestment 225 6, 34 | and Advent. It may also be worn in offices and Masses 226 6, 34 | the dead. ~e. Black may be used in Masses for the dead.~ 227 6, 34 | for the dead.~f. Rose may be used on «Gaudete» Sunday ( 228 6, 34 | more precious vestments may be used, even if not of the 229 6, 34 | introduced into a church should be worthy and suited to their 230 6, 34 | matters, every effort should be made to respect the canons 231 7, 34 | effectiveness of a celebration will be heightened if the texts 232 7, 34 | participants. This will be achieved by an intelligent 233 7, 34 | personal outlook. He should be mindful that the choice 234 7, 34 | the choice of texts is to be made in consultation with 235 7, 34 | commentator, and choir to be completely sure beforehand 236 7, 34 | richer portion of God's word be provided for the people.94 ~ 237 7, 34 | Mass of the memorial should be celebrated to satisfy their 238 7, 34 | calendar, the preference should be given, all things being 239 7, 34 | the following rules are to be observed. They apply to 240 7, 35 | expected that there will be three readings, but for 241 7, 35 | first two readings should be based on the norms in the 242 7, 35 | Scripture; there should never be any thought of choosing 243 7, 35 | are for the most part to be used on the days to which 244 7, 35 | s word the faithful may be led to a better understanding 245 7, 35 | are taking part in and may be led to a more ardent love 246 7, 35 | liturgical assembly are to be chosen on the basis of their 247 7, 36 | the eucharistic prayer may be guided by the following 248 7, 36 | the Roman Canon, which may be used on any day, is particularly 249 7, 36 | own preface, it may also be used with other prefaces, 250 7, 36 | the special formulary may be inserted in the place indicated, 251 7, 36 | Eucharistic Prayer III may be said with any preface. Its 252 7, 36 | formulary for a dead person may be used with this prayer in 253 7, 36 | history of salvation. It may be used when a Mass has no 254 7, 36 | formulary for the dead may be inserted. ~e. A eucharistic 255 7, 36 | has its own preface may be used with that preface. 256 7, 36 | opening prayer or collect may be from the Mass itself or 257 7, 36 | unless they are proper, may be taken either from the common 258 7, 36 | Ordinary Time, the prayers may be taken from the preceding 259 7, 37 | their proper places are to be observed for the choice 260 8, 38 | every event in human life to be made holy by divine grace 261 8, 38 | Masses and prayers that may be used in the various circumstances 262 8, 38 | needs and occasions should be used sparingly, that is, 263 8, 38 | chants between them may be used, if they are suited 264 8, 38 | such need or advantage may be used in a celebration with 265 8, 38 | Masses for the dead and may be celebrated on any day except 266 8, 38 | anniversary, Mass for the dead may be celebrated even on days 267 8, 38 | that is, daily Masses, may be celebrated on weekdays in 268 8, 38 | Mass there should as a rule be a short homily, but never 269 8, 38 | especially the family, should be urged to share in the eucharistic 270 8, 38 | attending should rightly be foremost.~Pastors should, 271 8, 38 | of the funeral. These may be non - Catholics or Catholics 272 Appen1 | These enable the people to be drawn into a fuller understanding 273 Appen1 | Missal». Provision can be made in certain cases that 274 Appen1 | certain cases that they be adapted to some degree to 275 Appen1 | sermon or homily; care should be taken to keep them brief 276 Appen1 | for liturgical texts to be sung by the priest and ministers 277 Appen1 | composed in earlier periods may be used in liturgical services 278 Appen1 | congregation at Mass should be left unchanged, but that 279 Appen1 | General Instruction» should be adapted so that the people 280 Appen1 | from the psalter that may be used as the entrance song, 281 Appen1 | songs used at the entrance be seasonal in nature. ~There 282 Appen1 | nos. 174 - 175), which may be used in place of the text 283 Appen1 | similar) acclamations may be sung before and after the 284 Appen1 | verse before the Gospel may be omitted if not sung (see 285 Appen1 | from the psalter that may be used as the offertory song, 286 Appen1 | The text, therefore, may be an appropriate song of praise 287 Appen1 | used during the offertory be seasonal in character. During 288 Appen1 | however, topical songs may be used during the offertory 289 Appen1 | comments: ~The procession can be accompanied by song. Song 290 Appen1 | The text, therefore, can be any appropriate song of 291 Appen1 | instrumental music, this may be a period of silence (see 292 Appen1 | from the psalter that may be used as the Communion song, 293 Appen1 | sense of unity. It should be simple and not demand great 294 Appen1 | songs used at the Communion be seasonal in nature. During 295 Appen1 | however, topical songs may be used during the Communion 296 Appen1 | reason, does not elect to be the principal celebrant, 297 Appen1 | altar itself, women may be admitted to the exercise 298 Appen1 | the congregation, should be done either within or outside 299 Appen1 | of the deacon at Mass may be distributed among several 300 Appen1 | Proper catechesis must be provided to assure the proper 301 Appen1 | chalice. Intinction should not be introduced as a means of 302 Appen1 | Communion under both kinds might be given when it approved the 303 Appen1 | that Holy Communion may be given under both kinds to 304 Appen1 | ordinary, Communion may be given in an orderly and 305 Appen1 | other than natural stone may be used for fixed altars provided 306 Appen1 | Only a single cross should be carried in a procession 307 Appen1 | altar. Otherwise it should be put away during the service. ( 308 Appen1 | other than the organ may be used in liturgical services 309 Appen1 | particular cases, if there should be doubt as to the suitability 310 Appen1 | the traditional ones may be used for sacred furnishings 311 Appen1 | the traditional ones may be used for sacred vesture 312 Appen1 | violet or black vestments may be worn at funeral services 313 Appen1 | Sundays and feast days should be completely implemented. ~ ~ 314 Appen1 | Bishops has decreed that there be observed in the dioceses 315 Appen1 | United States, at times to be designated by the local 316 Appen1 | periods of prayer should be left as general as possible, 317 Appen1 | intentions of prayer should be determined locally rather 318 Appen1 | of the deceased person to be present (November, 1970).~ 319 Appen1 | that the paschal candle be carried in the entrance 320 Appen1 | first and second readings be read by relatives or friends 321 Appen2 | prayers demands that they be spoken in a loud and clear 322 Appen2 | reciting them there should be no other prayer and the 323 Appen2 | other instruments should not be played." This is a clear 324 Appen2 | the background what should be foremost and dominant. A " 325 Appen2 | the priest's homily would be out of the question: but 326 Appen2 | communion should the faithful be seated or not? REPLY: After 327 Appen2 | 121, should, therefore, be interpreted to match no. 328 Appen2 | determined are in no way to be considered trivial, since 329 Appen2 | how uncomfortable this may be. In cases where kneeling 330 Appen2 | reverence and adoration to be shown at the time of the 331 Appen2 | QUERY 2: May the organ be played softly during this 332 Appen2 | words «actioni sacrae» to be understood of the procession 333 Appen2 | REPLY: The words are to be understood of the procession, 334 Appen2 | washing. But this matter will be settled better in the new 335 Appen2 | that the «Asperges» will be coordinated with the penitential 336 Appen2 | 31. ~QUERY 1: What is to be understood by the phrase " 337 Appen2 | does this practice seem to be keeping with the rubrics? 338 Appen2 | alone. If not sung, it is to be recited either by all together 339 Appen2 | therefore, the «Gloria» should be sung. Otherwise it is recited 340 Appen2 | and solemnities. It may be said also at special, more 341 Appen2 | them, for example, "Praised be Jesus Christ, etc.?" REPLY: 342 Appen2 | QUERY: Is the «Credo» to be said during the Easter octave? 343 Appen2 | Not per se; still, it may be said even on these weekdays 344 Appen2 | Missal. Which usage should be followed? REPLY: It must 345 Appen2 | followed? REPLY: It must never be forgotten that the Missal 346 Appen2 | some places, it is not to be inferred that the former 347 Appen2 | that the former rite should be observed. Therefore, the 348 Appen2 | LXXXLXXXIII) are not to be resumed.~In incensation 349 Appen2 | rite of washing the hands be omitted from the celebration 350 Appen2 | 18) show the «Lavabo» to be one of the prescribed rites 351 Appen2 | issue, but it is not to be dropped since its meaning 352 Appen2 | the (priest's) desire to be cleansed within" (GIRM no. 353 Appen2 | the value and the place to be assigned to the «Lavabo», 354 Appen2 | e.g., on whether it should be a rite in silence or with 355 Appen2 | unanimity that it must be retained. Even though there 356 Appen2 | envisions ritual adaptations to be suggested by the conferences 357 Appen2 | See. Such adaptations must be based on serious reasons, 358 Appen2 | individual components must be exactly respected. Arbitrary 359 Appen2 | the Council of Trent» to be considered superseded? c. 360 Appen2 | biblical passage in question to be regarded as less accurate? 361 Appen2 | How should these words be interpreted? Must the saint 362 Appen2 | day or the patron saint be mentioned? And even on a 363 Appen2 | days? May the blessed also be mentioned? REPLY: a. The 364 Appen2 | or the patron saint is to be considered as optional. 365 Appen2 | optional. But it should not be omitted all the time, because 366 Appen2 | There may, therefore, always be a mention of the saint of 367 Appen2 | Mass in all its parts must be followed as it appears in 368 Appen2 | times must the «Agnus Dei» be said or sung, according 369 Appen2 | practice two situations are to be considered: a. If there 370 Appen2 | then the «Agnus Dei» may be repeated until the completion 371 Appen2 | Mass no. 131: "This may be repeated. . ." and the directive 372 Appen2 | 56e: "This invocation may be repeated as often as necessary 373 Appen2 | until now, namely: «Blessed be the name of the Lord. . .; 374 Appen2 | concerned, all ought to be listening attentively to 375 Appen2 | the spiritual life must be brought to the liturgy and 376 Appen2 | reads: "The chalice should be covered with a veil, which 377 Appen2 | a veil, which may always be white.": Not 14 (1978) 594, 378 Appen2 | is the lawful practice to be followed? REPLY: In this 379 Appen2 | art. 34: "The rites should be marked by a noble simplicity." 380 Appen2 | that the breast is not to be struck three times by anyone 381 Appen2 | say nothing, it is not to be thereby inferred that the 382 Appen2 | the former rubrics must be followed (see no. 51 above). 383 Appen2 | requiring any gesture to be added to these invocations: 384 Appen2 | Commons. The sole title to be announced is the one indicating 385 Appen2 | bread and wine which are to be consecrated. These gifts 386 Appen2 | the Order of Mass are to be followed, which are clear 387 Appen2 | sings or says: «The Lord be with you»;" "He lifts up 388 Appen2 | the former rite is not to be continued; among other things 389 Appen2 | 109 ~QUERY: Is a bell to be rung at Mass? REPLY: It 390 Appen2 | liturgical assembly may be able to take part in the 391 Appen2 | the Mass. This may easily be the case, for example, with 392 Appen2 | groups. The opposite may be presumed in a parish or 393 Appen2 | signal with the bell should be given, at least at the two 394 Appen2 | The peace of the Lord be with you always» and «Let 395 Appen2 | the sign of peace» should be supplanted in order to bring 396 Appen2 | substitution for it must be repudiated: Not 11 (1975) 397 Appen2 | this procedure still to be followed? REPLY: Traces 398 Appen2 | the Order of Mass have to be heeded, with care not to 399 Appen2 | people is used, how is it to be integrated into the concluding 400 Appen2 | the greeting, «The Lord be with you», the deacon or 401 Appen2 | the greeting, «The Lord be with you», before the blessing. 402 Appen2 | from such diversity can be answered from a careful 403 Appen2 | prayers over the people may be substituted for the usual 404 Appen2 | celebrant's greeting, «The Lord be with you», must precede 405 Appen2 | one presiding. This can be achieved by use of a sensitive 406 Appen2 | understanding of the text cannot be achieved. b. It is rather 407 Appen2 | sings it. What rule should be followed? REPLY: In any 408 Appen2 | necessary that this desire be realized in an orderly and 409 Appen2 | example, the profound bow to be made in place of the former 410 Appen2 | Are such gestures still to be observed? REPLY: Clearly 411 Appen2 | All the more care should be taken about this because 412 Appen2 | eucharistic bread are to be collected after the consecration, 413 Appen2 | is not clear what is to be done about them. REPLY: 414 Appen2 | REPLY: The GIRM no. 237 must be taken in context with other 415 Appen2 | a better place and time be chosen to do this? May another 416 Appen2 | directives in the GIRM are to be observed. There is a general 417 Appen2 | there are several vessels to be purified, to leave them, 418 Appen2 | to leave the vessels to be purified, properly covered 419 Appen2 | a table of wood or metal be consecrated? ~REPLY: Yes, 420 Appen2 | of a fixed altar should be of stone and indeed of natural 421 Appen2 | well - crafted material may be used." The consecration 422 Appen2 | The consecration should be carried out according to 423 Appen2 | movable altars may only be blessed. The blessing formulary 424 Appen2 | lighted candles that are to be placed in candlesticks for 425 Appen2 | the fuel for which must be oil or wax (see «Holy Communion 426 Appen2 | for liturgical use should be made of material that can 427 Appen2 | and such remodeling should be done without delay), it 428 Appen2 | gospel, the reading should be at the movable lectern. 429 Appen2 | when not even a bench can be set up, the priest may stay 430 Appen2 | This stand obviously should be placed conveniently for 431 Appen2 | for its everyday use may be substituted for the host 432 Appen2 | of the Roman Pontifical be used? ~REPLY: Yes. Whatever 433 Appen2 | bishops, vessels are to be blessed or consecrated according 434 Appen2 | 296). The formularies to be used remain those from the 435 Appen2 | other rites. . . ," must be understood as governed by 436 Appen2 | vestment that never is to be left off at Mass and other 437 Appen2 | occasions and votive Masses be celebrated on weekdays of 438 Appen2 | of Lent, such Masses may be said "in cases of serious 439 Appen2 | such need or advantage may be used in a celebration with 440 Appen2 | The need in question is to be understood in a pastoral 441 Appen2 | feasts or commemorations, may be celebrated in the measure 442 Appen2 | The Mass of burial may be celebrated on any day, except 443 Appen2 | the first anniversary may be celebrated on the days indicated 444 Appen2 | Masses for the dead may be celebrated on the weekdays 445 Appen2 | of any saint one chooses be celebrated? ~REPLY: Yes. 446 Appen2 | Texts for votive Masses to be celebrated in honor of the 447 Appen2 | honor of the saints are to be chosen in keeping with no. 448 Appen2 | proper to the day still to be followed on Holy Thursday? 449 Appen2 | special formulary for the dead be used in Eucharistic Prayers 450 Appen2 | embolism for the deceased may be used in any Mass that is 451 Appen2 | a particular preface to be regarded as proper? ~REPLY: 452 Appen2 | the rule that it may not be used when a Mass has its 453 Appen2 | preface." A preface is to be regarded as "proper" in 454 Appen2 | preface, but this is not to be regarded as proper strictly 455 Appen2 | with their own prefaces may be used. In votive Masses there 456 Appen2 | unless they are proper, also be taken from the votive Masses 457 Appen2 | unless they are proper, may be taken «either» from the 458 Appen2 | Masses of saints cannot be combined with the Masses 459 Appen2 | Immaculate Heart of Mary be celebrated, respectively, 460 Appen2 | occurs? ~REPLY: They may be celebrated observing the 461 Appen2 | such need or advantage may be used in a celebration with 462 Appen2 | such need or advantage may be used in a celebration with 463 Appen2 | QUERY 1: May a funeral Mass be celebrated during the octaves 464 Appen2 | the one for a funeral may be celebrated on any day except 465 Appen2 | Sunday. Therefore, it may be celebrated during the octaves 466 Appen2 | QUERY 2: May a funeral Mass be celebrated on Holy Thursday 467 Appen2 | may permit another Mass to be celebrated in churches and 468 Appen2 | referred to in the GIRM no. 337 be celebrated even on weekdays 469 Appen2 | the first anniversary) may be celebrated «all» weekdays, 470 Appen2 | or the first anniversary be celebrated even within the 471 Appen2 | Lent. Therefore, they may be celebrated on days within


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