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The Priest then takes the paten or ciborium and approaches the communicants, who usually come up in procession. It is not permitted for the faithful to take the consecrated Bread or the sacred chalice by themselves and, still less, to hand them on from one to another among themselves. The norm established for the Dioceses of the United States of America is that Holy Communion is to be received standing, unless an individual member of the faithful wishes to receive Communion while kneeling Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, Instruction, Redemptionis Sacramentum When receiving Holy Communion, the communicant bows his or her head before the Sacrament as a gesture of reverence and receives the Body of the Lord from the minister. The consecrated host may be received either on the tongue or in the hand, at the discretion of each communicant.

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Yojar The celebration of Mass, as the action of Christ and the People of God arrayed hierarchically, is the center of the whole Christian life for the Church both universal and local, as well as for each of the girn individually. Then he hirm a profound bow before the priest and asks for the blessing, saying in a low voice, Iubedomine, benedicere Father, give me your blessing.

Persons from other nations should consult the local Episcopal Conference regarding the appropriate text for their nation. General Instruction of the Roman Missal When the distribution of Communion is completed, the deacon returns to the altar with the priest and collects the fragments, if any remain, and then carries the chalice and other sacred vessels to the credence table, where he purifies them and arranges them in the usual way while the priest returns to the chair.

In which the whole congregation, joining with the heavenly powers, sings the Sanctus. If the diocesan Bishop celebrates, then seven candles should be used. In addition, the nature of the ministerial priesthood also puts into its proper light another reality, which must yirm be highly regarded, namely, the royal priesthood of the faithful, whose spiritual sacrifice is brought to completeness through the ministry of the Bishop and the priests in union with the sacrifice of Christ, the one and only Mediator.

After doing these things, the priest goes to the chair. Where there is a large number of priests, concelebration may take place even several times on the same day, wherever necessity or pastoral benefit suggest it. Then the priest, with hands extended, says tirm the prayer, Domine Iesu Christe, qui dixisti Lord Jesus Christ, you said.

The priest then invites the people to pray, saying, with hands joined, Oremus Let us pray. The faithful do the same, praying silently.

Pius V was especially concerned with preserving the more recent tradition, then unjustly being assailed, introducing only very slight changes into the sacred rite. When there is an Entrance Procession, the following are also to be prepared: The priest says the invitation to the prayer, and all the faithful say it with him; the priest alone adds the embolism, which the people conclude with a doxology.

In a concelebration where a priest presides, however, the concelebrant who in the absence of a deacon proclaims the Gospel neither requests nor receives the blessing of the principal celebrant.

Nevertheless, it must be held at different times or in distinct sacred places. Joachim Church They should, however, sit while the readings before the Gospel and the responsorial Psalm tirm proclaimed and for the homily and while the Preparation of the Gifts at the Offertory is taking place; and, as circumstances allow, they may sit or kneel while the period of sacred silence after Communion is observed.

The priest then takes the host and breaks it over the paten. Firm intentions are announced from the ambo or from another suitable place, by the deacon or by a cantor, a lector, or one of the lay faithful.

C The Liturgy of the Eucharist 72 — In the procession to the altar, the acolyte may carry the cross, walking between two ministers with lighted candles. Among the faithful, the schola cantorum or choir exercises its own liturgical function, ensuring that the parts proper to it, in keeping with the different types of chants, are properly carried out and fostering the active participation of the faithful through the singing.

Since it is a chant by which the faithful acclaim the Lord and implore his mercy, it is ordinarily done by all, that is, by the people and the choir or cantor having a part in it. This text is confirmed for use in the Dioceses of the United States of America. The communicant replies, Amenand receives the Sacrament either on the tongue or, where this is allowed and if the communicant so chooses, in the hand.

If, however, the minister does not receive Communion, the priest, after genuflecting, takes the host and, facing the altar, says quietly the Domine, non sum dignus Lord, I am not worthy and the Corpus Christi custodiat May the Body of Christ bring and then receives the Body of Christ. In this way the words can be better understood by the people. The people respond, Et cum spiritu tuo And also with you.

A bow of the body, that is to say a profound bow, is made to the altar; during the prayers Munda cor meum Almighty God, cleanse my heart and In spiritu humilitatis Lord God, we ask you to receive ; in the Creed at the words Et incarnatus est by the power of the Holy Spirit. Next, he hands the priest the paten with the bread to be consecrated, pours wine and a little water into the chalice, saying quietly, Per huius aquae By the mystery of waterand after this presents the chalice to the priest.

The thurifer carrying a thurible with burning incense, if incense is used; The ministers who carry lighted candles, and between them an acolyte or other minister with the cross; The acolytes and the other ministers; A lector, who may carry the Book of the Gospels though not the Lectionarywhich should be slightly elevated; The priest who is to celebrate the Mass. In the choosing of the parts actually to be sung, however, preference should be given to those that are of greater importance and especially to those to be sung by the priest or the deacon or the lector, with the people responding, or by the priest and people together.

The faithful should stand from the beginning of the Entrance chant, or while the priest approaches the altar, until the end of the collect; for the Alleluia chant before the Gospel; while the Gospel itself is proclaimed; during the Profession of Faith and the Prayer of the Faithful; from the invitation, Orate, fratres Pray, brethrenbefore the prayer over the offerings until the end of Mass, except at the places indicated below.

This entry was posted in GIRMpost-conciliar liturgy documents. They answerEt cum spiritu tuo And also with you. Although such Masses do not have a special form of celebration, it is nevertheless most proper that they be celebrated with singing, especially with the full participation of all members of the community, whether of religious or of canons. In Eucharistic Prayer IV, the Confitemur tibi, Pater sancte Father, we acknowledge up to and including the words omnem sanctificationem compleret bring us the fullness of grace is spoken by the principal celebrant alone, with hands extended.

If desired, a psalm or other canticle of praise or a hymn may also be sung by the entire congregation. When Holy Communion is received under both kinds, the sign of reverence is also made before receiving the Precious Blood. On reaching the altar, the concelebrants and the principal celebrant, after making a profound bow, venerate the altar with a kiss, then go to their designated seats.

These, however, are so closely interconnected that they form but one single act of worship. If such priests are not present and there is a very large number of communicants, the priest may call upon extraordinary ministers to assist him, i. For public authorities and the salvation of the whole world; c. Related Articles.

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For in the celebration of Mass, in which the Sacrifice of the Cross is perpetuated, [38] Christ is really present in the very liturgical assembly gathered in his name, in the person of the minister, in his word, and indeed substantially and continuously under the Eucharistic species. The Mass is made up, as it were, of two parts: the Liturgy of the Word and the Liturgy of the Eucharist. These, however, are so closely interconnected that they form but one single act of worship. When the Sacred Scriptures are read in the Church, God himself speaks to his people, and Christ, present in his own word, proclaims the Gospel. Among the parts assigned to the priest, the foremost is the Eucharistic Prayer, which is the high point of the entire celebration.

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Yojar The celebration of Mass, as the action of Christ and the People of God arrayed hierarchically, is the center of the whole Christian life for the Church both universal and local, as well as for each of the girn individually. Then he hirm a profound bow before the priest and asks for the blessing, saying in a low voice, Iubedomine, benedicere Father, give me your blessing. Persons from other nations should consult the local Episcopal Conference regarding the appropriate text for their nation. General Instruction of the Roman Missal When the distribution of Communion is completed, the deacon returns to the altar with the priest and collects the fragments, if any remain, and then carries the chalice and other sacred vessels to the credence table, where he purifies them and arranges them in the usual way while the priest returns to the chair. In which the whole congregation, joining with the heavenly powers, sings the Sanctus. If the diocesan Bishop celebrates, then seven candles should be used. In addition, the nature of the ministerial priesthood also puts into its proper light another reality, which must yirm be highly regarded, namely, the royal priesthood of the faithful, whose spiritual sacrifice is brought to completeness through the ministry of the Bishop and the priests in union with the sacrifice of Christ, the one and only Mediator.

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