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By tradition, the function of proclaiming the readings is ministerial, not presidential.
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The Memores igitur Father, calling to mind and the Respice, quaesumus Look with favor with hands outstretched. Postea, sacerdos gitm ad latus altaris, infundit vinum et parum aquae in calicem, dicens secreto: For the local community. On the altar itself may be placed the Book of the Gospelsdistinct from the book of other readings, unless it is carried in the Entrance Procession.
Next, the priest, because of his sacred ministry, and the people, by reason of their baptismal dignity, may be incensed by the deacon or another minister.
2002 the good of the Christian faithful requires or suggests otherwise, concelebration is also recommended at. The deacon exercises his ministry at the altar whenever he needs to assist with the chalice and the Missal. Ipse vero pacem a sacerdote recipit, aliisque ministris sibi propioribus potest offerre. From the Quaesumus, igitur, Domine Father, may this Holy Spirit to the Respice, Domine Lord, look upon the sacrifice inclusive, all the concelebrants speak all the following together:.
In promoting this dignity, the beauty of the sacred place, of music, and of art 2002 contribute as greatly as possible.
In the celebration of the Mass with a congregation, the readings are always proclaimed from the ambo. The Creed is to be sung or said by the priest together with the people on Sundays and solemnities.
The Preface is sung or said by the principal priest celebrant alone; but the Sanctus is sung or recited by all the concelebrants, together with the 202 and the choir. It is a praiseworthy practice that the Book of the Gospels be placed upon the altar. In this case, the greetings, the introductory or explanatory remarks, and the blessing at the end of Mass are omitted. Ratio insuper habeatur indolis diversarum linguarum et ingenii populorum.
In liturgia eucharistica omnia fiunt sicut in Missa cum populo, praeter ea quae sequuntur. It also affects the individual members of the Church in different ways, according to their different orders, offices, and actual participation.
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After this, as the minister presents the cruets, the priest stands at the side of the altar and pours wine and a little water into the chalice, saying quietly, Gifm huius aquae By the mystery of this water. Concelebrantes vero unus post alium ad medium altaris accedunt, genuflectunt et Corpus Christi reverenter ex altari accipiunt, atque manu dextera illud tenentes, eique manum sinistram supponentes, ad loca sua recedunt.
In huiusmodi Missis adnumerantur Missae rituales, pro variis necessitatibus, ad diversa et votivae. De orationibus aliisque partibus ad sacerdotem pertinentibus In praeparatione donorum, ad altare afferuntur panis et vinum cum aqua, ea nempe elementa, quae Christus in manus suas accepit.
They answerEt cum spiritu tuo And also with you. The priest, having put incense into the thurible, blesses it with the sign of the Cross, without saying anything. Schola cantorum, attenta cuiusque ecclesiae dispositione, ita collocetur, ut clare appareat eius natura, eam nempe fidelium communitatis congregatae partem esse, et peculiare munus agere; eiusdem muneris ggirm facilior evadat; singulis scholae sodalibus plena in Missa participatio, idest participatio sacramentalis, commode permittatur.
Deinde sacerdos, manibus extensis, dicit orationem super oblata.
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Pro aliis ministris sedes ita collocentur, ut clare distinguantur a sedibus cleri et ipsi munus sibi concreditum facile implere possint. Ex antiqua traditione Ecclesiae, oratio de more ad Deum Patrem, per Christum in Spiritu Sancto, dirigitur 58 et conclusione trinitaria, idest longiore concluditur, hoc modo: As he begins the Eucharistic Prayer, the priest extends his hands and sings or says, Dominus vobiscum The Lord be with you.
Then, while he says the Agnus Dei Lamb of God with the minister, the priest breaks the host over the paten. If there is no singing at the Entrance or at Communion and the antiphons in the Missal are not recited by the faithful, the lector may read them at the appropriate time cf. For the diocesan Bishop, the chief steward of the mysteries of God in the particular Church entrusted to his care, is the moderator, promoter, and guardian of the whole of its liturgical life.
This is the sense of the fraction and the other preparatory rites by which the faithful are led directly to Communion. Convenit ut organum benedicatur, antequam usui liturgico destinetur, iuxta ritum in Rituali Romano descriptum.
When this prayer before Communion is finished, the principal celebrant genuflects and steps back 200 little.
Cum ad presbyterium pervenerint, sacerdos, diaconi, et ministri altare salutant profunda inclinatione. Huiusmodi Lectionaria ideo statuta sunt, ut per aptiorem verbi Dei auditionem fideles ad mysterium quod participant plenius percipiendum ducantur, et ad incensiorem amorem verbi Dei instituantur. Then the priest, with hands extended, says aloud the prayer, Girk Iesu Christe, qui dixisti Lord Jesus Christ, you said.
Finally, having been nourished grim it, they pour out their petitions in the Prayer of the Faithful for the needs of the entire Church and for the salvation of the whole world. Si vero minister Communionem non recipit, facta genuflexione, sacerdos hostiam accipit et, ad altare conversus, semel dicit secreto: Eius ergo est animum intendere ut presbyteri, diaconi et christifideles laici, genuinum sensum rituum et textuum liturgicorum penitius semper comprehendant et ita ad actuosam et fructuosam Eucharistiae celebrationem ducantur.
Here are the first ninety articles. Where it is indicated in the rubrics, the celebrant is permitted to adapt them somewhat in order that they respond to the understanding of those participating.