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Instruction of the Roman Missal

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1 Intro, 0 | throughout the centuries until he should come again and in this way 2 Intro, 0 | another reality of which much should be made, namely, the royal 3 Intro, 0 | whole Church; in it all should do only, but all of, those 4 Intro, 0 | are spoken in a low voice, should be condemned or that the 5 Intro, 0 | faithful present at each Mass should communicate not only by 6 2, 2 | priest is reciting them there should be no other prayer and the 7 2, 2 | organ or other instruments should not be played.~ 8 2, 4 | by all, the tone of voice should correspond to the genre 9 2, 4 | acclamation, or a song; the tone should also be suited to the form 10 2, 5 | congregation, great importance should be attached to the use of 11 2, 5 | sung, however, preference should be given to those that are 12 2, 6 | and posture, the people should follow the directions given 13 2, 6 | at every Mass the people should stand from the beginning 14 2, 6 | in this paragraph. They should sit during the readings 15 2, 6 | silence after communion. They should kneel at the consecration 16 2, 6 | movements are being sung, they should be carried out becomingly 17 2, 7 | 23. Silence should be observed at the designated 18 2, 9 | of the Christian life. It should develop some point of the 19 2, 9 | large numbers.37~The homily should ordinarily be given by the 20 2, 10 | The form the sign of peace should take is left to the conference 21 2, 10 | But the communion song should be ended in good time whenever 22 3, 11 | ministers or laypersons, should do all and only those parts 23 3, 11 | assigns someone else, he should preside over the liturgy 24 3, 11 | them. At the eucharist he should, then, serve God and the 25 3, 11 | words of the liturgy he should communicate to the faithful 26 3, 11 | offer themselves.50 They should endeavor to make this clear 27 3, 11 | sisters to each other. ~They should become one body, whether 28 3, 11 | or kneeling.~The faithful should serve the people of God 29 3, 11 | 64. There should be a cantor or a choir director 30 3, 11 | eucharistic celebration and should exercise this even though 31 3, 11 | correctly, these cantors should possess singing talent and 32 3, 11 | and communities, a person should be assigned responsibility 33 3, 11 | 73. All concerned should work together in the effective 34 3, 11 | aspects, and music. They should work under the direction 35 3, 11 | rector of the church and should consult the faithful.~ ~ 36 4, 11 | local Church, first place should be given, because of its 37 4, 11 | 75. Great importance should be attached to a Mass celebrated 38 4, 11 | therefore, individuals should exercise the function proper 39 4, 11 | benefit of the faithful should thus concelebrate at the 40 4, 11 | of obligation, this Mass should be celebrated with song 41 4, 12 | washing of hands. The chalice should be covered with a veil, 42 4, 12 | vestments.~All who wear an alb should use a cincture and an amice, 43 4, 13 | bishops60 All these phrases should be modified grammatically 44 4, 15 | single acolyte present, he should perform the more important 45 4, 20 | have a clear view. They should not be in the deacon's way 46 4, 21 | this way the congregation should be able to hear the text 47 4, 24 | 211. Mass should not be celebrated without 48 4, 32 | bread or any particle of it should fall, it is to be picked 49 4, 32 | precious blood spills, the area should be washed and the water 50 4, 33 | are present at it, pastors should take care to call to mind 51 4, 33 | communion. Above all they should instruct the people that 52 4, 33 | the same time the faithful should be guided toward a desire 53 4, 33 | each communicant. There should also be a container of water 54 5, 33 | other places of worship should therefore be suited to celebrating 55 5, 33 | and requisites for worship should be truly worthy and beautiful, 56 5, 33 | consecrated. The faithful should give due honor to the cathedral 57 5, 33 | plan of the sacred edifice should be such that in some way 58 5, 33 | the gathered assembly. It should also allow the participants 59 5, 33 | congregation and the choir should have a place that facilitates 60 5, 33 | diversity of offices, they should at the same time form a 61 5, 33 | and all its appointments should foster devotion and show 62 5, 33 | 258. The sanctuary should be clearly marked off from 63 5, 33 | design and appointments. It should be large enough to accommodate 64 5, 33 | 262. The main altar should be freestanding to allow 65 5, 33 | celebrated facing the people. It should be so placed as to be a 66 5, 33 | naturally.81 The main altar should ordinarily be a fixed, consecrated 67 5, 33 | the table of a fixed altar should be of stone and indeed of 68 5, 33 | 267. Minor altars should be fewer in number. In new 69 5, 33 | number. In new churches they should be placed in chapels separated 70 5, 33 | 268. At least one cloth should be placed on the altar out 71 5, 33 | decoration of the altar cloth should be in keeping with the design 72 5, 33 | seats for the ministers should be so placed in the sanctuary 73 5, 33 | rule the lectern or ambo should be stationary, not simply 74 5, 33 | places for the faithful should be arranged with care so 75 5, 33 | mentally. As a rule, there should be benches or chairs for 76 5, 33 | abolished.85 Chairs or benches should be set up in such a way 77 5, 33 | church, the «schola cantorum» should be so placed that its character 78 5, 33 | out clearly. The location should also assist the choir's 79 5, 33 | 276. Every encouragement should be given to the practice 80 5, 33 | the church, the sacrament should be reserved at an altar 81 5, 33 | tabernacle. Thus as a rule there should be only one tabernacle in 82 5, 33 | which a church is decorated should be a means to achieve noble 83 6, 33 | shape, the eucharistic bread should be made in such a way that 84 6, 34 | 290. Vessels should be made from materials that 85 6, 34 | Vessels made from metal should ordinarily be gilded on 86 6, 34 | diversity of vestments. These should therefore symbolize the 87 6, 34 | same time the vestments should also contribute to the beauty 88 6, 34 | without a cincture. An amice should be put on first if the alb 89 6, 34 | The beauty of a vestment should derive from its material 90 6, 34 | Representations on vestments should consist only of symbols, 91 6, 34 | 308. Traditional usage should be retained for the vestment 92 6, 34 | introduced into a church should be worthy and suited to 93 6, 34 | minor matters, every effort should be made to respect the canons 94 7, 34 | celebration, then, the priest should consider the general spiritual 95 7, 34 | his personal outlook. He should be mindful that the choice 96 7, 34 | congregation, the priest should follow the calendar of the 97 7, 34 | congregation, the priest should first consider the spiritual 98 7, 34 | preferences. In particular, he should not omit the readings assigned 99 7, 34 | For similar reasons he should use Masses for the dead 100 7, 34 | one Mass of the memorial should be celebrated to satisfy 101 7, 34 | calendar, the preference should be given, all things being 102 7, 35 | between the first two readings should be based on the norms in 103 7, 35 | knowledge of Scripture; there should never be any thought of 104 8, 38 | various needs and occasions should be used sparingly, that 105 8, 38 | At the funeral Mass there should as a rule be a short homily, 106 8, 38 | and especially the family, should be urged to share in the 107 8, 38 | family, and those attending should rightly be foremost.~Pastors 108 8, 38 | rightly be foremost.~Pastors should, moreover, take into special 109 Appen1 | a sermon or homily; care should be taken to keep them brief 110 Appen1 | the congregation at Mass should be left unchanged, but that 111 Appen1 | the «General Instruction» should be adapted so that the people 112 Appen1 | 1969: ~The entrance rite should create an atmosphere of 113 Appen1 | texts for the entrance song should not conflict with these 114 Appen1 | 1969: ~The Communion song should foster a sense of unity. 115 Appen1 | foster a sense of unity. It should be simple and not demand 116 Appen1 | reserved to a deacon or priest) should do so from the lectern or 117 Appen1 | directing the congregation, should be done either within or 118 Appen1 | the celebration normally should not vest or occupy a specific 119 Appen1 | the chalice. Intinction should not be introduced as a means 120 Appen1 | CROSS~Only a single cross should be carried in a procession 121 Appen1 | the altar. Otherwise it should be put away during the service. ( 122 Appen1 | particular cases, if there should be doubt as to the suitability 123 Appen1 | for Sundays and feast days should be completely implemented. ~ ~ 124 Appen1 | days or periods of prayer should be left as general as possible, 125 Appen1 | specific intentions of prayer should be determined locally rather 126 Appen1 | deceased person. The homily should relate Christian death to 127 Appen2 | priest is reciting them there should be no other prayer and the 128 Appen2 | organ or other instruments should not be played." This is 129 Appen2 | into the background what should be foremost and dominant. 130 Appen2 | QUERY 1: After communion should the faithful be seated or 131 Appen2 | obligation. The GIRM no. 121, should, therefore, be interpreted 132 Appen2 | celebration. For example, should the people: a. stand during 133 Appen2 | singing during Mass, it should fit the character of the 134 Appen2 | therefore, the «Gloria» should be sung. Otherwise it is 135 Appen2 | alternation. The celebrant should join with the assembly's 136 Appen2 | dialogic recitation or else he should recite the hymn in alternation 137 Appen2 | Roman Missal. Which usage should be followed? REPLY: It must 138 Appen2 | inferred that the former rite should be observed. Therefore, 139 Appen2 | Lavabo», e.g., on whether it should be a rite in silence or 140 Appen2 | the patron saint"). How should these words be interpreted? 141 Appen2 | considered as optional. But it should not be omitted all the time, 142 Appen2 | puzzlement. The celebrant should always guard against imposing 143 Appen2 | which reads: "The chalice should be covered with a veil, 144 Appen2 | with SC art. 34: "The rites should be marked by a noble simplicity." 145 Appen2 | has an office to perform, should do all of, but only, those 146 Appen2 | usually a signal with the bell should be given, at least at the 147 Appen2 | altar facing the people should the priest in the celebration 148 Appen2 | other the sign of peace» should be supplanted in order to 149 Appen2 | says or sings it. What rule should be followed? REPLY: In any 150 Appen2 | has an office to perform, should do all, but only those parts 151 Appen2 | after the consecration, should the priest say: «Let us 152 Appen2 | observed? REPLY: Clearly people should express their faith, devotion, 153 Appen2 | posture. All the more care should be taken about this because 154 Appen2 | 263. ~QUERY: Should an altar with a table of 155 Appen2 | the table of a fixed altar should be of stone and indeed of 156 Appen2 | used." The consecration should be carried out according 157 Appen2 | intended for liturgical use should be made of material that 158 Appen2 | liturgy (and such remodeling should be done without delay), 159 Appen2 | the gospel, the reading should be at the movable lectern. 160 Appen2 | b. This stand obviously should be placed conveniently for 161 Appen2 | vessels not made of gold should the formularies of the Roman


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