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It is moreover appropriate, whenever possible, and especially on Sundays and holy days of obligation, that the celebration of this Mass take place with singing and with a suitable number of ministers.
The English GIRM 2002 and 2011 Side-by-side
Sacerdos panem eucharisticum frangit. Then the priest, with hands extended, says the prayer over the offerings.
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 congregation and the choir.
Expedit proinde ut opportune inter plures distribuantur; si vero unus tantum acolythus praesens adest, ea quae potioris sunt momenti ipse exsequatur, cetera vero inter plures 202 distribuantur. In a similar fashion, traditions dating back to the first centuries, before the formation of the rites of Girn and West, are better known today because of the discovery of so many liturgical documents.
Haec omnia, quamvis hierarchicam dispositionem et munerum diversitatem exprimere debeant, intimam tamen et cohaerentem unitatem efficiant, qua unitas totius plebis sanctae clare eluceat.
Then the principal celebrant takes a host consecrated in the same Mass, holds it slightly raised above the paten or the chalice, and, facing the people, says the Ecce Agnus Dei This is the Lamb of God. This is particularly true in the communal Sunday celebration.
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Then the priest places the paten and the chalice on the corporal. Hence, it is desirable that these duties be suitably distributed among several acolytes. No need to apologize, Bruce. Then the priest, standing, makes with the minister the sign of the Cross as the priest says, In nomine Patris In the name of the Father.
Altare, in quo sacrificium crucis sub signis sacramentalibus praesens efficitur, est etiam mensa Domini, ad quam participandam in Missa populus Dei convocatur; atque centrum gratiarum actionis, quae per Eucharistiam perficitur.
The purpose of this chant is to open the celebration, foster the unity of those who have been gathered, introduce their thoughts to the mystery of the liturgical season or festivity, and accompany the procession of the priest and ministers.
They are then accepted at an appropriate place by the priest or the deacon and carried to the altar.
The people, for their part, should associate themselves with the priest in faith and in silence, as well as through their parts as prescribed in the course of the Eucharistic Prayer: 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.
Vestis sacra omnibus ministris ordinatis et institutis cuiusvis gradus communis est alba, circa lumbos cingulo astringenda, nisi tali modo confecta sit, ut corpori adhaereat etiam sine cingulo.
Missa cum populo ea intellegitur quae cum fidelium participatione celebratur. Quando celebrationi eucharisticae interest, diaconus, sacris vestibus indutus, suo ministerio fungatur. Dignitas verbi Dei requirit ut in ecclesia locus congruus exsistat e quo annuntietur, et ad quem, inter liturgiam verbi, attentio fidelium sponte convertatur. The Communion of the deacon and the purification of the chalice take place as already described. Finis huius cantus est celebrationem aperire, unionem congregatorum fovere, eorumque mentem in mysterium temporis liturgici vel festivitatis introducere atque processionem sacerdotis ministrorumque comitari.
Celebrans principalis accipit calicem et secreto dicit: In elementis autem seligendis quae ad ornatum pertinent, rerum veritas curetur, atque eo contendatur, ut ad fidelium institutionem conferat et ad dignitatem totius loci sacri. Concelebrantes in secretario, vel alio loco apto, sacras vestes induunt, quas sumere solent cum Missam singuli celebrant.
A common posture, to be observed by all participants, is a sign of the unity of the members of the Christian community gathered for the sacred Liturgy: For those burdened by any kind of difficulty; d.
In which the whole congregation, joining with the heavenly powers, sings the Sanctus. At the Last Supper Christ instituted the Paschal Sacrifice and banquet, by which the Sacrifice of the Cross is continuously made present in the Church whenever the priest, representing Christ the Lord, carries out what the Lord himself did and handed over to his disciples to be done in his memory.
The cross adorned with a figure of Christ crucified and perhaps carried in procession may 202 placed next to the altar to serve as the altar cross, in which case it ought to be the only cross used; otherwise it is put away in a dignified place.
The Gloria is a very ancient and venerable hymn in which the Church, gathered together in the Holy Spirit, glorifies and entreats God the Father and the Lamb. Et omnes una cum sacerdote ad breve tempus silentes orant. Upon reaching the altar, the lector makes a profound bow with the others. In particular, it is his responsibility to prepare birm altar and the sacred vessels and, if it is necessary, as an extraordinary minister, 20022 distribute the Eucharist to the faithful.
Est sacerdotis celebrantis precationem a sede moderari. A Bishop blesses the people with the appropriate formula, making the Sign of the Cross giirm times over the people. At the beginning of August I said I would make available my side-by-side comparison of the provisional English translation and the final translation of the General Instruction of the Roman Missal. Ipse vero pacem a sacerdote recipit, aliisque ministris sibi propioribus potest offerre. As to other Eucharistic Prayers approved by the Apostolic See, the norms established for each one are to be observed.
The homily is usually given by the principal girn or by one of the concelebrants. In the absence of an instituted lector, other laypersons may be commissioned to proclaim the readings from Sacred Scripture.