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1 Intro, 0 | Church of the Roman Rite, are fresh evidence of the great 2 Intro, 0 | apostles to do in his memory, are one and the same, differing 3 Intro, 0 | reason the Christian people are invited in Holy Week on 4 Intro, 0 | of time. For these people are the people of God, purchased 5 Intro, 0 | nourished by his word. They are a people called to offer 6 Intro, 0 | sacrifice. Finally, they are a people growing together 7 Intro, 0 | and blood. These people are holy by their origin, but 8 Intro, 0 | fact that the same words are used in reference to both 9 Intro, 0 | elements of this tradition are considered, it becomes clear 10 Intro, 0 | Eastern and Western rites are also better known today 11 Intro, 0 | the words of consecration are spoken in a low voice, should 12 Intro, 0 | everywhere. Among these are the obligatory homily on 13 Intro, 0 | mystery in which the faithful are taking part.21 ~ 14 Intro, 0 | needs proper to our era - are completely new compositions, 15 1, 0 | mysteries of redemption are recalled in the Mass in 16 1, 0 | in such a way that they are somehow made present.3 All 17 1, 0 | works of the Christian life are linked with the eucharistic 18 1, 0 | for its own territory that are suited to the traditions 19 2, 0 | Supper, the people of God are called together, with a 20 2, 0 | instruction and food.17 There are also certain rites to open 21 2, 1 | 9. When the Scriptures are read in the Church, God 22 2, 2 | entire celebration. Next are the prayers: the opening 23 2, 2 | introduction and conclusion that are provided in the rites themselves. 24 2, 2 | in the form in which they are given in the Missal; at 25 2, 2 | and devotion. Such prayers are said inaudibly.~ ~ 26 2, 3 | on special value;23 they are not simply outward signs 27 2, 3 | 16. There are other parts, extremely useful 28 2, 3 | active participation, that are assigned to the whole congregation: 29 2, 4 | 18. In texts that are to be delivered in a clear, 30 2, 4 | gathering. Other criteria are the idiom of different languages 31 2, 4 | proclaim» («proferre») are to be understood of both 32 2, 5 | await the Lord's coming are instructed by the Apostle 33 2, 5 | sing all the texts that are of themselves meant to be 34 2, 5 | should be given to those that are more significant and especially 35 2, 6 | external actions of the Mass are those of the priest going 36 2, 6 | proper to these movements are being sung, they should 37 2, 8 | that they may realize they are in God's presence and may 38 2, 9 | to it. Marks of reverence are given to the Book of the 39 2, 9 | the individual psalm texts are directly connected with 40 2, 9 | be repeated. The verses are taken from the Lectionary 41 2, 9 | 40. Sequences are optional, except on Easter 42 2, 9 | obligation at all Masses that are celebrated with a congregation. 43 2, 9 | it is sung, as a rule all are to sing it together or in 44 2, 10 | and the wine with water are brought to the altar, that 45 2, 10 | Christ's body and blood, are brought to the altar. ~First 46 2, 10 | purificator, missal, and chalice are placed on it (unless the 47 2, 10 | a side table).~The gifts are then brought forward. It 48 2, 10 | the bread and wine, which are accepted by the priest or 49 2, 10 | convenient place. The gifts are placed on the altar to the 50 2, 10 | collected at the Mass. These are to be put in a suitable 51 2, 10 | The rules for this song are the same as those for the 52 2, 10 | prayer over the gifts, which are a preparation for the eucharistic 53 2, 10 | up the eucharistic prayer are these:~a. Thanksgiving ( 54 2, 10 | members, living and dead, who are called to share in the salvation 55 2, 10 | right that the faithful who are properly disposed receive 56 2, 10 | may be given to those who are holy. The priest offers 57 2, 10 | and the people's doxology are sung or are recited aloud. ~ 58 2, 10 | people's doxology are sung or are recited aloud. ~b. Rite 59 2, 10 | life which is Christ we who are many are made one body ( 60 2, 10 | is Christ we who are many are made one body (see 1 Cor 61 3, 11 | through the presbyters, who are his helpers.47~Whenever 62 3, 11 | celebration of Mass the faithful are a holy people, a people 63 3, 11 | celebration.~They therefore are to shun any appearance of 64 3, 11 | in heaven and therefore are all brothers and sisters 65 3, 11 | different types of chants, are carried out becomingly and 66 3, 11 | lectern where the Scriptures are read.~b. Those who, in some 67 3, 11 | appointed to ministries that are performed outside the sanctuary.~ 68 3, 11 | 71. If there are several persons present 69 3, 11 | several persons present who are empowered to exercise the 70 3, 11 | assist at the altar; if there are several readings, it is 71 4, 11 | received. All the priests who are not bound to celebrate individually 72 4, 11 | belonging to the community who are obliged to celebrate individually 73 4, 12 | or near the altar there are to be candlesticks with 74 4, 12 | 80. The following are also to be prepared:~a. 75 4, 12 | water, unless all of these are brought in by the faithful 76 4, 12 | the priest and ministers are to be prepared according 77 4, 13 | candles carried by the servers are placed near the altar or 78 4, 13 | the «Kyrie» and «Gloria» are said, in keeping with the 79 4, 13 | The faithful's offerings are received by the priest, 80 4, 13 | and wine for the eucharist are taken to the altar.~ 81 4, 13 | according to the rubrics that are given for each of them. 82 4, 13 | eucharistic prayer. When several are named, this is done with 83 4, 13 | at the altar, the vessels are taken to a side table by 84 4, 13 | permitted, especially if there are several vessels to be purified, 85 4, 13 | 123. If there are any brief announcements, 86 4, 13 | blessing, and dismissal) are omitted. ~ ~ 87 4, 14 | lectern; the servers, if there are any, precede, carrying candles 88 4, 14 | after communion, if there are any brief announcements, 89 4, 15 | important functions and the rest are distributed among other 90 4, 16 | antiphons in the Missal are not said by the faithful, 91 4, 17 | Christmas, provided the Masses are at their proper times of 92 4, 17 | concelebrated Mass, their functions are carried out by the concelebrants.~ ~ 93 4, 18 | however, as when there are more concelebrants than 94 4, 20 | preparation of the gifts are carried out by the principal 95 4, 21 | the concelebrants together are to be recited in such a 96 4, 21 | bread and chalice as these are shown and afterward bow 97 4, 21 | At the words, «Though we are sinners», all the concelebrants 98 4, 21 | The prayer, «Lord, you are holy indeed», is said by 99 4, 21 | and the chalice as they are shown and afterward bow 100 4, 21 | The prayer, «Father, you are holy indeed», is said by 101 4, 21 | bread and chalice as these are shown andafterward bow low.~ 102 4, 21 | bread and chalice as these are shown and afterward bow 103 4, 22 | peace. The concelebrants who are nearer the principal celebrant 104 4, 22 | one or, if two chalices are used, two by two. They drink 105 4, 24 | blessing at the end of Mass are omitted.~ 106 4, 27 | the pouring of the water, are carried out as at a Mass 107 4, 27 | embolism, «Deliver us», are said as at Mass with a congregation.~ 108 4, 28 | 231. The concluding rites are carried out as at Mass with 109 4, 29 | the Book of the Gospels are kissed as a sign of veneration. 110 4, 30 | 233. Three genuflections are made during Mass: after 111 4, 30 | 234. There are two kinds of bow, a bow 112 4, 30 | the three divine Persons are named together and at the 113 4, 32 | 238. The vessels are purified by the priest or 114 4, 32 | and water or water alone are used for the purification 115 4, 33 | take part in the rite or are present at it, pastors should 116 4, 33 | well as the true sacrament are received even under one 117 4, 33 | therefore, as far as the effects are concerned, those who receive 118 4, 33 | who receive in this manner are not deprived of any grace 119 4, 33 | for salvation.69 ~Pastors are also to teach that the Church 120 4, 33 | confirmation; baptized persons who are being received into the 121 4, 33 | societies;~9. priests who are present at major celebrations 122 4, 33 | at major celebrations and are not able to celebrate or 123 4, 33 | in other instances that are of special significance 124 4, 33 | matters for caution. They are also to exclude occasions 125 4, 33 | with a tube, silver tubes are needed for the celebrant 126 4, 33 | the altar after all who are receiving under both kinds 127 4, 33 | drunk from it. If there are others who are not receiving 128 4, 33 | If there are others who are not receiving communion 129 4, 33 | the usual way to all who are receiving under both kinds. 130 4, 33 | on the altar and if there are others receiving under one 131 5, 33 | choosing works of art that are to become part of a church, 132 5, 33 | 256. All who are involved in the construction, 133 5, 33 | and remodeling of churches are to consult the diocesan 134 5, 33 | Lord and the people of God are called together to share 135 5, 33 | Altars both fixed and movable are consecrated according to 136 5, 33 | 269. Candles are to be used at every liturgical 137 5, 33 | festiveness. The candlesticks are to be placed either on or 138 5, 33 | structure or other circumstances are an obstacle (for example, 139 5, 33 | Proclamation («Exsultet») are proclaimed from the lectern; 140 5, 33 | care so that the people are able to take their rightful 141 5, 33 | approved musical instruments are to be placed suitably in 142 5, 33 | heard with ease when they are played alone.~ ~ 143 5, 33 | comfort of the people that are usual in places of public 144 6, 33 | require it, small hosts are in no way ruled out.) The 145 6, 33 | ensure that the elements are kept in good condition: 146 6, 33 | which the sacred furnishings are intended.91~In this matter 147 6, 33 | besides the traditional are acceptable that by contemporary 148 6, 33 | by contemporary standards are considered to be of high 149 6, 33 | considered to be of high quality, are durable, and well suited 150 6, 34 | chalice and paten, which are used in presenting, consecrating, 151 6, 34 | made from materials that are solid and that in the particular 152 6, 34 | in the particular region are regarded as noble. The conference 153 6, 34 | for the blood of the Lord are to have a cup of nonabsorbent 154 6, 34 | of other materials that are prized in the region, for 155 6, 34 | hard woods, as long as they are suited to sacred use. ~ 156 6, 34 | in the liturgical books are to be followed. ~ ~ 157 6, 34 | artificial fabrics that are in keeping with the dignity 158 6, 34 | 310. Ritual Masses are celebrated in their proper 159 6, 34 | various needs and occasions are celebrated in the color 160 6, 34 | 28, and 40; votive Masses are celebrated in the color 161 6, 34 | have a liturgical use or are in any other way introduced 162 7, 34 | those texts for which they are responsible so that nothing 163 7, 34 | prayer. ~Where the faithful are attached to the optional 164 7, 34 | Mass, the following rules are to be observed. They apply 165 7, 35 | weekday lectionary, readings are provided for each day of 166 7, 35 | feast occurs, these readings are for the most part to be 167 7, 35 | on the days to which they are assigned.~The continuous 168 7, 35 | celebration, provided they are taken from the texts of 169 7, 35 | or sacramentals or that are celebrated by reason of 170 7, 35 | understanding of the mystery they are taking part in and may be 171 7, 35 | the liturgical assembly are to be chosen on the basis 172 7, 36 | enriching the Roman Missal are intended to develop in different 173 7, 36 | prayers belonging to that Mass are used, unless otherwise noted.~ 174 7, 36 | after communion, unless they are proper, may be taken either 175 7, 37 | down in their proper places are to be observed for the choice 176 7, 38 | condition that the texts are taken from an approved lectionary~ ~ 177 8, 38 | them may be used, if they are suited to the celebration. ~ 178 8, 38 | various needs and occasions are of three types:~a. the ritual 179 8, 38 | the ritual Masses, which are related to the celebration 180 8, 38 | needs and occasions, which are used either as circumstances 181 8, 38 | of all the saints, which are options provided in favor 182 8, 38 | 330. Ritual Masses are prohibited on the Sundays 183 8, 38 | various needs and occasions are per se forbidden. But if 184 8, 38 | permitted, but ritual Masses are excluded. ~ ~ 185 8, 38 | except solemnities that are days of obligation, Holy 186 8, 38 | weekday, provided such Masses are actually offered for the 187 8, 38 | special account those who are present at a liturgical 188 8, 38 | lost the faith. Priests are, after all, ministers of 189 Appen1 | intercessions. First of all are the admonitions. These enable 190 Appen1 | provides others as well, which are important to certain portions 191 Appen1 | priest and ministers that are given in the «Sacramentary» 192 Appen1 | given in the «Sacramentary» are chant adaptations prepared 193 Appen1 | for the ministerial chants are those approved by the National 194 Appen1 | of psalms, provided they are used in accordance with 195 Appen1 | the «Simple Gradual» and are selected in harmony with 196 Appen1 | seasonal in nature. ~There are thus four options for the 197 Appen1 | of psalms, provided they are used in accordance with 198 Appen1 | the «Simple Gradual» and are selected in harmony with 199 Appen1 | The choice of texts that are «not» from the psalter ( 200 Appen1 | the season. Those texts are not acceptable that speak 201 Appen1 | that is, while the gifts are prepared and placed on the 202 Appen1 | form nor specific words are determined (November, 1969). ~ ~ 203 Appen1 | rather than on Communion, are not acceptable, as indicated 204 Appen1 | and other qualifications are required in women who exercise 205 Appen1 | where the other readings are proclaimed: the reservation 206 Appen1 | 4, 5.) Other deacons who are present but not called upon 207 Appen1 | the liturgy, unless they are participating as the «order 208 Appen1 | fixed altars provided these are worthy, solid and properly 209 Appen1 | liturgical services provided they are played in a manner that 210 Appen1 | furnishings provided they are suitable for liturgical 211 Appen1 | sacred vesture provided they are suitable for liturgical 212 Appen1 | and «Lectionary for Mass» are provided.~The Bishops' Committee 213 Appen2 | Notitiae» between 1969 and 1981 are included below. The numbers 214 Appen2 | the presidential prayers are being said, therefore, during 215 Appen2 | communion.~The points determined are in no way to be considered 216 Appen2 | diverse postures that they are unmindful of being participants 217 Appen2 | example, in the East there are carpets; in the Roman basilicas, 218 Appen2 | since modern times, there are usually chairs without kneelers, 219 Appen2 | and a respectful bearing are signs of the reverence and 220 Appen2 | QUERY: In the GIRM no. 26 are the words «actioni sacrae» 221 Appen2 | celebration? REPLY: The words are to be understood of the 222 Appen2 | the «Gloria» and «Credo» are not sung but just recited, 223 Appen2 | and a profession of faith are at issue and these involve 224 Appen2 | it is sung, as a rule all are to sing it together or in 225 Appen2 | offered by the people. These are the elements for the celebration ( 226 Appen2 | different ways of incensation are being used: one plain and 227 Appen2 | incensandi» pp. LXXXLXXXIII) are not to be resumed.~In incensation 228 Appen2 | the words «pro multis» are translated thus: English, « 229 Appen2 | considered superseded? c. Are all other versions of the 230 Appen2 | The words of St. Augustine are apposite: "See what he gave 231 Appen2 | purchased only Africans are ungrateful for the price 232 Appen2 | those who say that they are so important that it has 233 Appen2 | been given for them alone are proud" («Enarr.» in Ps. 234 Appen2 | quoted, as is rightly noted, are in parenthesis; therefore, 235 Appen2 | practice two situations are to be considered: a. If 236 Appen2 | celebrant presiding or if there are only a few concelebrants, 237 Appen2 | In the case when there are many concelebrants or the 238 Appen2 | 62. ~QUERY: Are hand missals still needed? 239 Appen2 | as the biblical readings are concerned, all ought to 240 Appen2 | of both priest and people are not always the same: some 241 Appen2 | authority of Vatican Council II are marked by their restraint 242 Appen2 | fault» in the «Confiteor» are annotated in the reformed 243 Appen2 | the words expressing fault are translated in a simpler 244 Appen2 | The second reading," are guides for the convenience 245 Appen2 | of the reading, they too are guides useful for choosing 246 Appen2 | the bread and wine which are to be consecrated. These 247 Appen2 | consecrated. These gifts are received by the priest celebrant. 248 Appen2 | procession in which the gifts are brought forward. They then 249 Appen2 | 102. ~QUERY: How are the presentation of the 250 Appen2 | receives from the people are put on a nearby table and 251 Appen2 | table and the bread and wine are carried to the altar (see 252 Appen2 | directives of the Order of Mass are to be followed, which are 253 Appen2 | are to be followed, which are clear on the two points 254 Appen2 | and where often people who are visitors or are not regular 255 Appen2 | people who are visitors or are not regular churchgoers 256 Appen2 | Traces of the former rites are here again discernible. 257 Appen2 | prayers over the people that are in the Roman Missal (MR, « 258 Appen2 | grows in use as the texts are translated and inserted 259 Appen2 | the Holy Spirit, but they are extremely careful to do 260 Appen2 | is concluded. Which ways are right? REPLY: To decide 261 Appen2 | which of the differences are right, it is enough to consider 262 Appen2 | close the proceedings that are the purpose of the meeting. 263 Appen2 | recites the «Father, you are holy indeed» (or the parallel 264 Appen2 | people respond: «Amen»") are followed, it is possible 265 Appen2 | incarnation in the «Credo». Are such gestures still to be 266 Appen2 | the reform of the liturgy are fewer and simpler. Thus 267 Appen2 | instances when gestures are to accompany the words. 268 Appen2 | the three divine persons are named together and at the 269 Appen2 | Likewise before communion there are gestures of reverence and 270 Appen2 | eucharist standing, they are able to make some sign of 271 Appen2 | of the eucharistic bread are to be collected after the 272 Appen2 | The directives in the GIRM are to be observed. There is 273 Appen2 | in no. 238: "The vessels are purified by the priest or 274 Appen2 | 120). b. Other particulars are found elsewhere in the GIRM: 275 Appen2 | at the altar, the vessels are taken to a side table by 276 Appen2 | permitted, especially if there are several vessels to be purified, 277 Appen2 | priest, deacon and acolyte are applicable to a special 278 Appen2 | the lighted candles that are to be placed in candlesticks 279 Appen2 | the people the materials are valued and worthy and that 280 Appen2 | and worthy and that they are appropriate for sacred use. 281 Appen2 | coverings. Electric bulbs are banned in the interest of 282 Appen2 | the missal and lectionary are set on a reading stand. 283 Appen2 | permission to allow priests who are undergoing a treatment for 284 Appen2 | conference of bishops, vessels are to be blessed or consecrated 285 Appen2 | occasions or votive Masses are forbidden on solemnities, 286 Appen2 | various needs and occasions are not allowed. During these 287 Appen2 | to Pentecost, days that are celebrated "as one feast 288 Appen2 | 5. Masses for the dead are regulated in the same way. 289 Appen2 | The votive Masses listed are those "of the mysteries 290 Appen2 | celebrated in honor of the saints are to be chosen in keeping 291 Appen2 | 322a.~QUERY: Are the formularies of the Roman 292 Appen2 | Thursday? REPLY: Yes. They are not in the new Order of 293 Appen2 | Order of Mass because they are given in their proper place, 294 Appen2 | particular seasons, some of which are quite long, and this raises 295 Appen2 | strict sense in Masses that are celebrated on the very day 296 Appen2 | after communion, unless they are proper, also be taken from 297 Appen2 | after communion, unless they are proper, may be taken «either» 298 Appen2 | no. 333)? ~REPLY: These are the weekdays that are listed 299 Appen2 | These are the weekdays that are listed in the Table of Liturgical 300 Appen2 | of Liturgical Days no. 9 are ranked with the weekdays 301 Appen2 | celebrations on Holy Thursday are entirely forbidden. On Good 302 Appen2 | tradition, the sacraments are not celebrated" (MR p. 250 303 Appen2 | GIRM no. 337 these Masses are allowed on weekdays from


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