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1 4, 13 | 107. The priest returns to the 2 4, 13 | 116. Next, facing the altar, 3 4, 13 | 117. He then takes the paten 4 4, 13 | 118. For communion under both 5 Intro, 0 | time of Pope Innocent III (1198 - 1216). Manuscripts in 6 Intro, 0 | Pope Innocent III (1198 - 1216). Manuscripts in the Vatican 7 Appen2 | established by law (see CIC can. 1277, 2): Not 14 (1978) 594 - 8 4, 14 | 130. After the incensing, he 9 4, 14 | 134. During the eucharistic 10 4, 14 | 135. At the final doxology of 11 4, 14 | 136. After the priest has said 12 4, 14 | 137. After the priest's communion, 13 4, 14 | 139. Following the prayer after 14 5 (75) | SCR, Instr. InterOec no. 13c.~ 15 4, 14 | 140. After the priest's blessing, 16 4, 14 | 141. Along with the priest, 17 4, 15 | 143. In the procession to the 18 4, 15 | 144. Throughout the celebration 19 2 (25) | Sermo» 336, 1: PL 38, 1472.~ 20 Intro, 0 | first printed edition of 1474, which in turn faithfully 21 4, 16 | 148. In the procession to the 22 4, 16 | 149. Upon reaching the altar, 23 4, 16 | 150. At the lectern the reader 24 4, 16 | 151. After the priest gives 25 4, 16 | 152. If there is no entrance 26 4, 17 | 154. Where there is a large 27 Intro (8) | Trent, sess. 13, 11 Oct. 1551: Denz - Schon 1635 - 61.~ 28 Intro (1) | Trent, sess. 22, 17 Sept. 1562: Denz - Schon 1738 - 59.~ 29 Intro, 0 | Sacramentary was first published in 1571, many critical editions 30 4, 17 | 158. For a particular reason, 31 4, 17 | 159. The structure of a concelebrated 32 4, 17 | 160. If neither a deacon nor 33 4, 18 | 161. In the sacristy or other 34 4, 18 | 162. When everything is ready, 35 4, 18 | 163. On reaching the altar, 36 Intro (8) | Oct. 1551: Denz - Schon 1635 - 61.~ 37 4, 19 | 164. During the liturgy of the 38 4, 19 | 165. As a rule the principal 39 4, 20 | 166. The rites for the preparation 40 4, 20 | 167. At the end of the preparation 41 4, 21 | 168. The preface is said by 42 4, 21 | 169. After the «Sanctus», the 43 2 (24) | SCR, Instr. MusSacr no. 16a.~ 44 4, 21 | 171. The prayer, «We come to 45 4, 21 | 172. The intercessions, «Remember, 46 4 (69) | cap. 1 - 3: Denz -  Schon 1725 - 29. ~ 47 4 (70) | ibid. cap. 2: Denz - Schon 1728.~ 48 4, 21 | 173. The prayer, «Father, accept 49 Intro (1) | Sept. 1562: Denz - Schon 1738 - 59.~ 50 2 (14) | 22, cap. 1: Denz - Schon 1740. Paul VI, Solemn Profession 51 Intro (20)| Sacrificio» cap. 6: Denz - Schon 1747.~ 52 Appen2 | over the gifts (GIRM nos. 174a, 180a, 184a, 188a: "with 53 Intro (13)| Ibid. can. 9: Denz - Schon 1759.~ 54 4, 21 | 176. At the words, «Though we 55 4, 21 | 177. The prayer, «Through Christ 56 4, 21 | 179. The prayer, «Lord, you 57 Appen2 | 76. ~See DOL 223 no. 1796, note R.~ ~ 58 4, 21 | 180. From «Let your Spirit come» 59 Appen2 | the gifts (GIRM nos. 174a, 180a, 184a, 188a: "with hands 60 4, 21 | 181. The intercessions for the 61 4, 21 | 182. In this eucharistic prayer 62 4, 21 | 183. The prayer, «Father, you 63 4, 21 | 184. From «And so, Father, we 64 Abbrev | Patrologia latina» (Paris 1844 - 64).~PO ~Vatican Council 65 Appen2 | gifts (GIRM nos. 174a, 180a, 184a, 188a: "with hands outstretched 66 4, 21 | 185. The intercessions, «May 67 4, 21 | 186. In this eucharistic prayer 68 4, 21 | 187. The prayer, «Father, we 69 4, 21 | 188. From «Father, may this 70 Appen2 | GIRM nos. 174a, 180a, 184a, 188a: "with hands outstretched 71 4, 21 | 189. The intercessions, «Lord, 72 4, 21 | 190. In this eucharistic prayer 73 4, 22 | 193. The embolism, «Deliver 74 4, 22 | 194. After the deacon (or one 75 Intro (7) | Humani generis»: AAS 42(1950) 570 - 571. Paul VI, Encycl. « 76 Abbrev | Sacramentarium Veronese» (Rome 1955).~SC ~Vatican Council II, « 77 Appen2 | Vatican Polyglot Press, 1962: «Ritus servandus» VIII 78 Abbrev | Sacred Liturgy), 4 December 1963. ~SCDS ~Sacred Congregation 79 Appen1 | Eucharistic Mystery» (April 17, 1980).~The number at the beginning 80 4, 22 | 201. If communion is received 81 4, 22 | 203. If communion is received 82 4, 22 | 204. The deacon receives communion 83 4, 23 | 207. The principal celebrant 84 4, 23 | 208. Before leaving, the concelebrants 85 4, 24 | 209. This section gives the 86 4, 24 | 210. In general this form of 87 4, 24 | 212. The chalice is prepared 88 4, 25 | 213. After he reverences the 89 4, 25 | 214. The priest then goes up 90 4, 25 | 215. He reads the entrance antiphon 91 4, 25 | 216. Then, with hands joined, 92 4, 26 | 217. After the opening prayer, 93 4, 26 | 218. The priest remains in the 94 4, 26 | 219. The priest then says the 95 4, 26 | 220. The general intercessions 96 4, 27 | 221. The antiphon for the preparation 97 4, 27 | 225. After the acclamation concluding 98 4, 27 | 227. After the commingling, 99 4, 27 | 228. Before giving communion 100 4, 27 | 230. After the purification 101 4, 29 | 232. According to traditional 102 4, 31 | 235. The use of incense is optional 103 4, 31 | 236. The priest puts the incense 104 4, 33 | 241. For the faithful who take 105 4, 33 | 244. If there is a deacon or 106 Appen2 | of reverence (GIRM nos. 244c, 245b, 246b, 247b): Not 107 Appen2 | reverence (GIRM nos. 244c, 245b, 246b, 247b): Not 14 (1978) 108 Appen2 | reverence (GIRM nos. 244c, 245b, 246b, 247b): Not 14 (1978) 535 - 109 Appen2 | GIRM nos. 244c, 245b, 246b, 247b): Not 14 (1978) 535 - 536, 110 4, 33 | 248. In this case the priest 111 4, 33 | 249. If there is a deacon, another 112 4, 33 | 251. If a deacon, another assisting 113 5, 33 | 253. For the celebration of 114 Appen2 | 61. ~See DOL 309 no. 2536, note R.~ ~ 115 5, 33 | 254. At all times, therefore, 116 5, 33 | 255. It is preferable that churches 117 5, 33 | 256. All who are involved in 118 5, 33 | 258. The sanctuary should be 119 5, 33 | 259. At the altar the sacrifice 120 5, 33 | 261. A fixed altar is one attached 121 5, 33 | 262. The main altar should be 122 5, 33 | 266. It is fitting to maintain 123 5, 33 | 267. Minor altars should be 124 5, 33 | 268. At least one cloth should 125 5, 33 | 271. The priest celebrant's 126 5, 33 | 274. In relation to the design 127 5, 33 | 276. Every encouragement should 128 5, 33 | 277. The eucharist is to be 129 5, 33 | 278. In keeping with the Church' 130 5, 33 | 279. The style in which a church 131 5, 33 | 280. Proper planning of a church 132 6, 33 | 281. Following the example of 133 6, 33 | 282. According to the tradition 134 6, 33 | 285. Care must be taken to ensure 135 6, 33 | 286. If the priest notices after 136 6, 33 | 287. As in the case of architecture, 137 6, 34 | 289. Among the requisites for 138 6, 34 | 290. Vessels should be made 139 6, 34 | 291. Chalices and other vessels 140 6, 34 | 292. Vessels that serve as receptacles 141 6, 34 | 293. For the consecration of 142 6, 34 | 294. Vessels made from metal 143 6, 34 | 295. The artist may fashion 144 6, 34 | 297. In the Church, the Body 145 6, 34 | 298. The vestment common to 146 Appen2 | See also no. 31, Query 2b above.~ ~ 147 Appen2 | his hands": Not 14 (1978) 303304, no. 6. See also DOL 242. ~ ~ 148 Appen2 | 308b. ~QUERY: On Passion Sunday 149 6, 34 | 310. Ritual Masses are celebrated 150 6, 34 | 311. Besides vessels and vestments 151 6, 34 | 312. Even in minor matters, 152 7, 34 | 313. The pastoral effectiveness 153 7, 34 | 314. On solemnities the priest 154 7, 34 | 315. On Sundays, on weekdays 155 7, 34 | 317. In the choice of texts 156 7, 35 | 319. In the weekday lectionary, 157 7, 35 | 320. The Lectionary has a special 158 7, 36 | 321. The many prefaces enriching 159 7, 36 | 322. The choice of the eucharistic 160 Appen2 | 322a.~QUERY: Are the formularies 161 Appen2 | Order of Mass (GIRM no. 322b): "When Mass is celebrated « 162 Appen2 | 322c. ~QUERY: When may the special 163 8, 38 | 326. For well - disposed Christians 164 8, 38 | 327. In view of the broad options 165 8, 38 | 328. In all the Masses for various 166 8, 38 | 329. The Masses for various 167 8, 38 | 330. Ritual Masses are prohibited 168 8, 38 | 334. On weekdays in Ordinary 169 8, 38 | 335. The Church offers Christ' 170 8, 38 | 338. At the funeral Mass there 171 8, 38 | 339. All the faithful, and especially 172 2 (43) | Instr. EuchMyst nos. 12, 33a.~ 173 8, 38 | 341. In the planning and choosing 174 Appen2 | attention: Not 8 (1972) 343.~ ~ 175 Appen2 | the preface, no. 27 (MR p. 392) says precisely: "With hands 176 2 (40) | SCR, Instr. EuchMyst no. 3a, b.~ 177 1 (1) | EuchMyst, 25 May 1967, nos. 3e, 6. ~ 178 2 (44) | SCR, Instr. EuchMyst nos. 3t, 32, on communion twice 179 Appen2 | match no. 21: Not 10 (1974) 407.~QUERY 2: In liturgical 180 Appen2 | altera», 1975, pp. 495 - 506): Not 14 (1978) 306 - 307, 181 Appen2 | typica altera», 1975, 495 - 511) expand and add solemnity 182 Appen2 | in keeping with no. 4, p. 514 of the «Missale Romanum» ( 183 Appen2 | invocations: Not 14 (1978) 534 - 535, no. 10.~ ~ 184 Appen2 | 55d.~In certain vernacular versions 185 Appen2 | 55g. ~QUERY: In the intercessions 186 Appen1 | 56b. SIGN OF PEACE~The Conference 187 Appen1 | 56i. COMMUNION SONG~The choice 188 Intro (7) | Humani generis»: AAS 42(1950) 570 - 571. Paul VI, Encycl. « 189 Intro (7) | generis»: AAS 42(1950) 570 - 571. Paul VI, Encycl. «Mysterium 190 Appen2 | 57a. ~QUERY: What is the formulary 191 3, 11 | 58. All in the assembly gathered 192 Appen2 | concelebrated Mass: Not 14 (1978) 593 - 594, no. 15.~ ~ 193 Appen2 | 2): Not 14 (1978) 594 - 595, no. 17.~ ~ 194 3, 11 | 60. Within the community of 195 3, 11 | 63. The «schola cantorum» or 196 3, 11 | 65. The acolyte is instituted 197 3, 11 | 67. The cantor of the psalm 198 3, 11 | 68. As for other ministers, 199 3, 11 | 69. Especially in larger churches 200 3, 11 | 70. Laymen, even if they have 201 3, 11 | 71. If there are several persons 202 3, 11 | 72. If only one minister is 203 3, 11 | 73. All concerned should work 204 4, 11 | 75. Great importance should 205 4, 11 | 77. Mass with a congregation 206 4, 11 | 78. It is desirable that as 207 4, 13 | 82. Once the congregation has 208 4, 13 | 83. During the procession to 209 4, 13 | 84. On reaching the altar the 210 4, 13 | 85. The priest goes up to the 211 4, 13 | 86. The priest then goes to 212 4, 13 | 99. Next, with the people taking 213 4, 33 | their ordination;~4. an abbess at the Mass in which she 214 Abbrev | Abbreviations used in the notes~ ~CD ~ 215 2, 5 | consideration for the culture and ability of each congregation, great 216 Appen2 | water alone for the ritual ablutions after Communion. Also, one 217 5, 33 | private persons must be abolished.85 Chairs or benches should 218 2, 8 | confession and which the priest's absolution brings to an end.~KYRIE 219 2, 10 | bread and wine, which are accepted by the priest or deacon 220 6, 33 | all sacred furnishings and accepts adaptations in keeping with 221 5, 33 | celebrations and have unimpeded access to receive communion. ~The 222 Appen1 | possibilities for further accommodating any individual celebration, 223 1, 0 | This purpose will best be accomplished if, after due regard for 224 Intro, 0 | sacrifice";3 it is aptly and accurately brought out in the eucharistic 225 5, 33 | decorated should be a means to achieve noble simplicity, not ostentation. 226 2, 10 | joins itself to Christ in acknowledging the great things God has 227 6, 34 | left shoulder and drawn across the chest to the right side, 228 2, 0 | with a priest presiding and acting in the person of Christ, 229 1 (11) | groups see SCDW, Instr. «Actio pastoralis» 15 May 1969; 230 Appen2 | GIRM no. 26 are the words «actioni sacrae» to be understood 231 4, 33 | at a Mass in which they actively participate and which is 232 Appen2 | summit toward which the activity of the Church is directed; 233 4, 27 | This is the Lamb of God», adding once with the server: «Lord, 234 Appen1 | Eucharistic Celebrations») gives additional comments: ~The procession 235 Appen2 | Seper, Prefect of the SCDF addressed the following letter, May 236 Intro, 0 | or memorial, the priest, addressing God in the name of all the 237 Appen2 | the formularies did not adequately bring it out and were couched 238 2, 9 | profession of faith affirm their adherence to it. Finally, having been 239 4, 32 | of the eucharistic bread adheres to his fingers, especially 240 3, 11 | as special ministers to administer communion54 and those who 241 4, 33 | the time viaticum is to be administered when Mass is lawfully celebrated 242 Appen1 | remember the nature of an admonition, and not make them into 243 1, 0 | point of the worship that in adoring God through Christ, his 244 5, 33 | that is worthy and properly adorned.88 ~ 245 5, 33 | regarding images in the adornment and arrangement of a church.~ ~ 246 2, 9 | the profession of faith affirm their adherence to it. Finally, 247 Appen2 | that it has purchased only Africans are ungrateful for the price 248 Intro, 0 | foreseen four centuries ago. ~ 249 Intro, 0 | the Council of Trent in agreement with the whole tradition 250 Appen2 | fault»; in French «Oui, j'ai vraiment peche'». b. The 251 4, 12 | for the other ministers: albs or other lawfully approved 252 Appen2 | the opposite from the one alleged: during the epiclesis of 253 Intro, 0 | things of the earth and of allusions to a particular form of 254 Appen2 | all") or sings it as two alternating choirs: Not 14 (1978) 538, 255 Intro, 0 | Christian antiquity as Irenaeus, Ambrose, Cyril of Jerusalem, and 256 Intro, 0 | other ancient Roman and Ambrosian sacramentaries appeared. 257 Appen2 | of the United States of America to grant to those priests 258 Intro, 0 | coherent tradition, continuing amid the introduction of some 259 4, 17 | people.67 This holds also, in analogous circumstances, for gatherings 260 Intro, 0 | The Council accordingly anathematized anyone maintaining that " 261 4, 21 | chalice as these are shown andafterward bow low.~d. They say «Father, 262 Appen2 | in the «Confiteor» are annotated in the reformed Roman Missal 263 Appen2 | Commons. The sole title to be announced is the one indicating the 264 4, 14 | intercessions, the deacon announces the intentions at the lectern 265 Appen2 | genuflection at the words announcing the mystery of the incarnation 266 Appen2 | on the solemnity of the Annunciation of Our Lord (see MR p. 538).~ 267 Appen2 | Roman Pontifical, with an anointing added in the case of consecration: 268 Appen2 | offertory" rites but merely anticipated the meaning of the true 269 Intro, 0 | illustrious saints of Christian antiquity as Irenaeus, Ambrose, Cyril 270 4, 30 | after Mass and whenever anyonepasses in front of the blessed 271 Appen2 | introduction to the acclamation" (Ap. Const. «Missale Romanum»). 272 Appen2 | 191. ~QUERY: It is apparent that practices differ greatly 273 8, 38 | the eucharist or who have apparently lost the faith. Priests 274 5, 33 | promote new works of art that appeal to the contemporary mentality.75 ~ 275 2, 10 | Supper, when, under the appearances of bread and wine, he offered 276 Appen2 | consecrated according to the rites appearing in the liturgical books ( 277 Appen2 | norm takes on a general applicability; whatever the singing during 278 Intro, 0 | this command of Christ as applying to itself when it gives 279 Appen2 | words of St. Augustine are apposite: "See what he gave and you 280 Appen1 | November, 1965). ~No official approbation is needed for new melodies 281 5, 33 | down norms on this matter, approving plans for new buildings, 282 7, 36 | any day, is particularly apt on days when there is a 283 Intro, 0 | this sacrifice";3 it is aptly and accurately brought out 284 Appen2 | According to exegetes the Aramaic word translated in Latin 285 6, 33 | 287. As in the case of architecture, the Church welcomes the 286 7, 35 | and may be led to a more ardent love for God's word.~Therefore 287 8, 38 | either as circumstances arise or at fixed times; ~c. the 288 Appen2 | this case also the queries arising from such diversity can 289 1, 0 | set forth the rules for arranging the individual forms of 290 1, 0 | Christ and the people of God arrayed hierarchically, is for the 291 6, 34 | 295. The artist may fashion the sacred vessels 292 5, 33 | mentality.75 ~In commissioning artists and choosing works of art 293 2, 10 | passion, resurrection, and ascension. ~f. Offering: in this memorial, 294 Appen2 | suffering from alcoholism and in asking you to inform the Ordinaries 295 2, 10 | salvation or for some special aspect of it that corresponds to 296 Intro, 0 | tradition, then unjustly being assailed, and introduced only very 297 5, 33 | the people of God normally assemble in a church or, if there 298 3, 11 | celebrant of the eucharist but assigns someone else, he should 299 4, 13 | N. our Bishop and his assistant bishops60 All these phrases 300 Appen1 | catechesis must be provided to assure the proper and reverent 301 Appen2 | the Roman Missal? REPLY: Assuredly, the Eucharistic celebration 302 Appen1 | entrance rite should create an atmosphere of celebration. It serves 303 Intro, 0 | the difficult period of attacks against Catholic teaching 304 8, 38 | deceased, the family, and those attending should rightly be foremost.~ 305 Appen2 | chalice." From a long and attentive catechesis and education 306 Appen2 | all ought to be listening attentively to the word of God. Nevertheless 307 Intro, 0 | toward the eucharist. They attest as well to its coherent 308 2, 6 | and fosters the spiritual attitude of those taking part.28~ 309 Appen2 | or, where applicable, its author. For example: "A reading 310 4, 17 | large number of priests, the authorized superior may permit concelebration 311 Intro, 0 | into "ancient and approved authors" to extend beyond the examination 312 4, 13 | Abbot»). Coadjutor and auxiliary bishops may be mentioned 313 2, 5 | faithful who gather together to await the Lord's coming are instructed 314 Appen2 | participation is truly actual and «aware». This requires frequent 315 6, 33 | even though unleavened and baked in the traditional shape, 316 5, 33 | Everything is to be well balanced and must not interfere with 317 Appen2 | coverings. Electric bulbs are banned in the interest of safeguarding 318 Appen2 | helpfully calls to mind the baptismal washing. But this matter 319 6, 34 | Saints (1 November), John the Baptist (24 June), John the Evangelist ( 320 Appen2 | are carpets; in the Roman basilicas, only since modern times, 321 6, 34 | season or in violet if they bear a penitential character, 322 Intro, 0 | 10. As it bears witness to the Roman Church' 323 Appen2 | Mass consist in part of beeswax, olive oil, or other vegetable 324 7, 34 | choir to be completely sure beforehand of those texts for which 325 2, 10 | petition of the Lord's Prayer, begs on behalf of the entire 326 Appen2 | exceptional case when not even a bench can be set up, the priest 327 Appen1 | mystery being celebrated. Most benediction hymns, by reason of their 328 4, 33 | relatives, friends, and special benefactors who take part in the Mass 329 4, 31 | If there is a cross on or beside the altar, he incenses it 330 Intro, 0 | approved authors" to extend beyond the examination of a few 331 6, 34 | celebrations of the Lord's passion, birthday feasts of the apostles and 332 Appen2 | you will discover what he bought. The price is Christ's blood. 333 Appen2 | hands on the altar and, with bowed head, say the text of the 334 Appen2 | See also the notes from Bp. R. Coffy, President of 335 Appen1 | prayer over the gifts: "Pray, brethren. . .") before demanding, 336 3, 11 | prepared and marked by a simple brevity.~In performing this function 337 4, 33 | Church; ~2. the bride and bridegroom at their wedding Mass;~3. 338 Intro, 0 | and Latin cultures. This broader view shows us how the Holy 339 2, 10 | cup and gave thanks; he broke the bread and gave it to 340 6, 33 | or become too hard to be broken easily.~ 341 5, 33 | vocation commits them to build up and extend.~ 342 5, 33 | approving plans for new buildings, and making decisions on 343 Appen2 | cloths or coverings. Electric bulbs are banned in the interest 344 Appen1 | appropriate that the paschal candle be carried in the entrance 345 2 (26) | MusSacr nos. 7, 16. MR, «Ordo cantus Missae», ed. typica, 1972, 346 Appen2 | of the reader. As to the captions, which consist either in 347 3, 11 | must be truly qualified and carefully prepared in order that the 348 Appen2 | example, in the East there are carpets; in the Roman basilicas, 349 Appen1 | final commendation at the catafalque or pall is excluded, it 350 Intro, 0 | Trent recognized the great catechetical value of the celebration 351 4, 33 | wife or husband, and lay catechists of newly baptized adults 352 5, 33 | should give due honor to the cathedral of their diocese and to 353 Appen2 | little - known saint may cause puzzlement. The celebrant 354 8, 38 | sacraments and sacramentals causes almost every event in human 355 4, 33 | they point out matters for caution. They are also to exclude 356 5, 33 | of the whole congregation centers naturally.81 The main altar 357 Appen1 | lay, whether woman or man (cf. «General Instruction», 358 Intro, 0 | both kinds. No one today challenges the doctrinal principles 359 5, 33 | eucharistic reservation in a chapel suited to the faithful's 360 5, 33 | they should be placed in chapels separated in some way from 361 7, 34 | options described in this chapter.~In planning the celebration, 362 Intro, 0 | tradition. It seemed that this cherished treasure would not be harmed 363 6, 34 | shoulder and drawn across the chest to the right side, where 364 2, 10 | 55. The chief elements making up the eucharistic 365 Appen2 | sings it as two alternating choirs: Not 14 (1978) 538, no. 366 Appen2 | the Mass of any saint one chooses be celebrated? ~REPLY: Yes. 367 Appen1 | decision authorizes the use of choral and other music in English 368 Intro, 0 | the solemnity of Corpus Christi to honor this wonderful 369 Abbrev | CD ~Vatican Council II, «Christus Dominus» (Decree on the 370 Intro, 0 | Cyril of Jerusalem, and John Chrysostom. ~ 371 Appen2 | visitors or are not regular churchgoers take part. In these cases 372 4, 12 | useful, a pall; a paten and ciboria, if needed, with the bread 373 Appen2 | established by law (see CIC can. 1277, 2): Not 14 (1978) 374 4, 13 | incenses the altar while circling it. ~ 375 Appen1 | introduced as a means of circumventing the practice of Communion 376 Appen2 | Otherwise, as in the second case cited, the unity of tone and rhythm 377 Appen1 | observances customary on certain civic occasions such as Independence 378 4, 13 | priest and the ministers, clad in their vestments, go to 379 Appen2 | 35). This rubric has been clarified in the new Order of Mass ( 380 Appen2 | other cases, conversely, a clash of loud voices is heard, 381 2, 9 | seasons of the year and classes of saints, for optional 382 6, 34 | canons of art and to combine cleanliness and a noble simplicity. ~ ~ 383 4, 22 | a little and immediately cleans the tube by sipping some 384 4, 32 | of the people, the priest cleanses his fingers over the paten 385 4, 17 | major superior of nonexempt clerical religious institutes and 386 4, 17 | institutes and of societies of clerics living in community without 387 Intro, 0 | years to move the faithful closer to the sacred liturgy, especially 388 6, 34 | completely cover the street clothing at the neck. A surplice 389 Appen2 | does not stain the altar cloths or coverings. Electric bulbs 390 4, 13 | Prelate, Prefect, Abbot»). Coadjutor and auxiliary bishops may 391 Appen2 | also the notes from Bp. R. Coffy, President of the Liturgical 392 Intro, 0 | They attest as well to its coherent tradition, continuing amid 393 2, 5 | and inspired songs (see Col 3:16). Song is the sign 394 4, 13 | named, this is done with the collective formula, «N. our Bishop 395 4, 11 | presides surrounded by the college of presbyters and the ministers56 396 Appen1 | Lectionary for Mass» (New York, Collegeville, Minn., 1970). In particular, 397 6, 34 | retained for the vestment colors.~a. White is used in the 398 5, 33 | those facilities for the comfort of the people that are usual 399 8, 38 | members may bring others comforting hope.~ 400 Intro, 0 | go hungry. . .the Council commands pastors and others having 401 Appen2 | rather than other feasts or commemorations, may be celebrated in the 402 Appen1 | funeral service, including the commendations, in those cases where it 403 5, 33 | contemporary mentality.75 ~In commissioning artists and choosing works 404 Appen1 | diocesan liturgical and music commissions, to render a decision. ~ ~ 405 5, 33 | their Christian vocation commits them to build up and extend.~ 406 Appen2 | texts, especially in the Commons. The sole title to be announced 407 4, 22 | after each concelebrant communicates.~b. The principal celebrant 408 4, 22 | always wipes it off. After communicating, each one returns to his 409 5, 33 | distance would interfere with communication between the priest and people). 410 6, 33 | simplicity that is the perfect companion of genuine art. ~ 411 Appen2 | and Easter seasons. But a comparison of the GIRM with the General 412 Appen2 | the bread in GIRM no. 102 compatible? REPLY: There is no problem. 413 8, 38 | needs and occasions, the competent authority may choose Masses 414 Appen2 | gestures and words usually complement each other; 2. in this matter 415 Appen2 | may be repeated until the completion of the breaking of the bread, 416 Appen2 | structure and individual components must be exactly respected. 417 Appen1 | vernacular texts set to music composed in earlier periods may be 418 Intro, 0 | era - are completely new compositions, drawing on the thoughts 419 Intro, 0 | for the sake of a better comprehension of the mystery being celebrated. ~ 420 Appen1 | hymns, by reason of their concentration on adoration rather than 421 Intro, 0 | very language of the recent conciliar documents. The same awareness 422 Abbrev | Council II, «Sacrosanctum Concilium» (Constitution on the Sacred 423 Intro, 0 | Mass. This teaching, in the concise words of the Leonine Sacramentary, 424 Appen2 | text of the epiclesis is concluded. Which ways are right? REPLY: 425 2, 2 | adapt them somewhat to the concrete situation of the community.20 426 Appen2 | the saint adds something concretely relevant to the participants, 427 Intro, 0 | in a low voice, should be condemned or that the Mass must be 428 Appen2 | sometimes the celebrant conducts the recitation in alternation 429 2, 9 | acclamations acknowledge and confess Christ present and speaking 430 2, 8 | carries out through a communal confession and which the priest's absolution 431 4, 33 | Mass at which they receive confirmation; baptized persons who are 432 2, 9 | particular celebrations, such as confirmations, marriages, funerals, etc., 433 Appen1 | even though they may not conform in all details with the 434 Appen2 | time. Is this procedure in conformity with the spirit of the law 435 Appen2 | together. This usage also conforms to the GIRM no. 191, the 436 6, 33 | without being obliged to consecrate the bread again. ~ ~ 437 6, 33 | water into the chalice and consecrates it. He says only the part 438 Intro, 0 | unable to bring out all its consequences for the actual life of the 439 Appen2 | to the acclamation" (Ap. Const. «Missale Romanum»). But 440 Intro, 0 | prayer () corresponds to its constant rule of faith (). This rule 441 Intro, 0 | s teaching is expressed constantly in the formularies of the 442 2, 3 | the other texts:~a. Some constitute an independent rite or act, 443 5, 33 | who are involved in the construction, restoration, and remodeling 444 4, 33 | receive under both kinds, the consumption of the blood remaining in 445 Intro, 0 | words: "Although the Mass contains much instruction for the 446 Appen2 | of the GIRM no. 299. The contents of that number, "The chasuble 447 7, 36 | that create an opportunity continually to rephrase the themes of 448 Intro, 0 | describes that power. It is the continuation of the power of Christ, 449 Appen2 | former rite is not to be continued; among other things it indicated 450 7, 35 | people to a knowledge of the continuity of the work of salvation.~ 451 7, 35 | which they are assigned.~The continuous reading during the week, 452 Appen2 | it altogether. c. But in contrast this same rubric also gives 453 Intro, 0 | 12. Convened in order to adapt the Church 454 Appen2 | subdued voice. In other cases, conversely, a clash of loud voices 455 6, 34 | Peter (22 February), and the Conversion of St. Paul (25 January). ~ 456 5, 33 | such that in some way it conveys the image of the gathered 457 Appen2 | that the «Asperges» will be coordinated with the penitential rite 458 6, 34 | 303. The cope is worn by the priest in 459 2, 10 | are made one body (see 1 Cor 10:17).~d. Commingling: 460 Intro, 0 | and on the solemnity of Corpus Christi to honor this wonderful 461 3, 11 | talent and an aptitude for correct pronunciation and diction.~ 462 3, 11 | To fulfill their function correctly, these cantors should possess 463 Appen2 | ungrateful for the price they cost; those who say that they 464 Appen2 | adequately bring it out and were couched in sacrificial language. 465 5, 33 | local Ordinary is to use the counsel and help of this commission 466 4, 33 | professing the evangelical counsels and other societies whose 467 Appen2 | Some slight adaptation is countenanced in the «Directory for Masses 468 Intro, 0 | Today, on the other hand, countless studies of scholars have 469 2, 5 | faithful from different countries come together ever more 470 4, 33 | the new and everlasting covenant is ratified in the blood 471 Appen2 | stain the altar cloths or coverings. Electric bulbs are banned 472 Appen2 | Communion. Also, one must avoid creating scandal for the faithful. ~ 473 2, 4 | of the gathering. Other criteria are the idiom of different 474 Intro, 0 | published in 1571, many critical editions of other ancient 475 4, 13 | candles, and between them the crossbearer, if the cross is to be carried;~ 476 4, 25 | reverences the altar, the priest crosses himself, saying: «In the 477 Appen2 | as to accommodate large crowds. There is nothing to prevent 478 Intro, 0 | Semitic, Greek, and Latin cultures. This broader view shows 479 Appen2 | REPLY: In any meeting it customarily belongs to the one presiding 480 1, 0 | the Father.2 During the cycle of the year, moreover, the 481 Intro, 0 | antiquity as Irenaeus, Ambrose, Cyril of Jerusalem, and John Chrysostom. ~ 482 Intro, 0 | been unknown. Traditions dating back to the first centuries 483 Appen2 | at Midnight, the Mass at Dawn, and the Mass during the 484 Appen2 | with other articles that deal with the same point. The 485 Appen2 | there were a number of debates on the value and the place 486 4, 33 | conditions, times, and places, it decides to be in the interest of 487 Intro, 0 | meaning of his office is declared and detailed in the preface 488 2, 8 | his greeting the priest declares to the assembled community 489 5, 33 | style in which a church is decorated should be a means to achieve 490 5, 33 | blood. The shape, size, and decoration of the altar cloth should 491 3, 11 | out by the ministers with decorum, order, and devotion.~ 492 Intro, 0 | 6. In setting forth its decrees for the revision of the 493 4, 33 | societies whose members dedicate themselves to God by religious 494 Appen2 | Worship published the rite of Dedication of a Church and an Altar, 495 Intro, 0 | offers a special means of deepening the understanding of the 496 4, 33 | indiscriminately but for clearly defined celebrations and that they 497 Appen2 | remodeling should be done without delay), it is necessary to provide 498 Appen1 | art. 120). This decision deliberately refrains from singling out 499 2, 10 | community of the faithful deliverance from the power of evil. 500 2, 4 | In texts that are to be delivered in a clear, loud voice,


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