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Latin GIRM (Institutio Generalis Missalis Romani) — Roman Missal, 3rd Edition in GIRM (in English) • Preferred Version from MR3. Today’s post covers the first two sections in GIRM’s Chapter Two, “Structure, Elements and Parts of the Posted on 7 November by catholicsensibility. So when does the GIRM tell us layfolk what to do? The faithful should stand from Posted on 22 November by catholicsensibility. Okay. So when does .

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Then, with grim extended, he says the prayer itself together with the other concelebrants, who also pray with hands extended and with the people. Thanks for your response. They then return to their places as at the beginning of Mass. He then distributes Communion to the faithful cf. The functions that the acolyte may carry out are of various kinds and several may occur at the same moment.

Implementation Directives – GIRM 2011

In which the whole congregation, joining with the heavenly powers, sings the Sanctus. The duties that the acolyte may carry out are of various kinds and several may coincide. Then the Priest, extending his hands, greets the people, saying, The Lord be with you.

Care must be taken that whatever may remain of the Blood of Christ after the distribution of Communion is consumed immediately and completely at the altar. He returns to the middle of the altar and with both hands gidm the chalice a little, and says quietly, Benedictus es, Domine Blessed are girk, Lord God. It is also up to the priest, in the exercise of his office of presiding over the gathered assembly, to offer certain explanations that are foreseen in the rite itself.

The people answer, Amen. Notify me of new posts via email. Now the center and summit of the entire celebration begins: Do this in memory of me. These adaptations consist for the most part in the choice of certain rites or texts, that is, of the chants, readings, prayers, explanations, and gestures which may respond better to the needs, preparation, and culture of the participants and which are entrusted to the priest celebrant.


If Communion is given under both kinds, the Deacon himself administers the chalice to the communicants; and, when the distribution is over, standing at the altar, he immediately and reverently consumes all of the Blood of Christ that remains, assisted, if the case requires, by other Deacons and Priests.

The Communion of the Deacon and the purification of the chalice take place as described above.

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After this, the Priest may return to the chair. For Masses with particular groups, cf. The giirm announced should be sober, be composed freely but prudently, and be succinct, and they should express the prayer of the entire community. The candles and the cross with the figure of Christ crucified may also be carried in the procession at the Entrance. 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.

We went through the problem of the Universal Catechism and it was changed to Catechism of the Catholic Church. After this, the Priest says the Symbol or Creed, in accordance with the rubrics, together with the minister.

If no deacon is present, after the Prayer of the Faithful is concluded and while the priest remains at the chair, the acolyte places the corporal, the purificator, the chalice, the pall, and the Missal on the altar.

I explain the markings in the edition at the bottom of page two; I highlight the changes between the edition and the edition by double-underlining. After this, the Priest, with hands extended, continues the Preface.

After the celebration of Mass, the acolyte and other ministers return together with the Deacon and the Priest in procession to the sacristy, in the same manner and in the same order in which they entered. The commemoration of the dead Memento and the Nobis quoque peccatoribus Though we are sinners are appropriately assigned to one or other of the concelebrants, who speaks them aloud alone, with hands extended. A Bishop blesses the people with the appropriate formula, making the Sign of the Cross three times over the people.


Then the Deacon, or one of the concelebrants, arranges the chalice together with the paten containing particles of the host, if appropriate, either in the center of the altar or at the side on another corporal.

In these cases the sign of the unity of the Priesthood and also of the Church inherent in every concelebration is made more clearly manifest. The presider of a particular celebration has a responsibility, too.

General Instruction of the Roman Missal (PDF)

In the Eucharistic Prayer, thanks is given to God for the whole work of salvation, and the offerings become the Body and Blood of Christ. Above all, they should instruct the Christian faithful that the Catholic faith teaches that Christ, whole and entire, and the true Sacrament, is received even under only one species, and hence that as regards the resulting fruits, those who receive under only one species are not deprived of any grace that is necessary for salvation.

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. Communion under Both Kinds If I recall correctly at some point there was a similar Litany in the Roman Rite of which our Kyrie is a remnant Before the Great Entrance offertory procession of the Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom there is a Litany, mainly for the church throughout the whole world which is sometimes called the Litany of Fervent Supplication or the Ecumenic Litany; it is followed by Prayers another Litany for Catechumens and a Prayer said by the Priest not the Deacon for the Faithful.