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ASK FATHER: Lay People Purifying Vessels at Mass FR. Z'S BLOG - October 17, 2014 From a reader… I recently attended a "school Mass" at a local Catholic school while I was substitute teaching for the day. I had the misfortune of happening upon a parish that uses about one extraordinary minister per member of the congregation. After Mass, the extraordinary ministers gathered around the credence table to purify their vessels (they had given the Eucharist under both species in about 5 Chalices ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/wdtprs/DhFa/~3/toum-l0Bi98/
Ars Celebrandi at Adorandi (The Art of Celebrating and Worshiping) THE CURT JESTER - September 15, 2014 As a liturgical-minded Catholic blogger I can almost swoon when I see a pastoral letter with a Latin title regarding worship and the Eucharist. In this case it is a letter from Bishop Thomas Paprocki of the Diocese of Springfield in Illinois called Ars celebrandi at adorandi (The Art of Celebrating and Worshiping) . Add to the fact that it addresses the following topics I am quite swoon-ready: The Reservation and Adoration of the Holy Eucharist To bend the knee Processions ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/splendoroftruth/lNZE/~3/9MAiBpSO9tg/
Every Knee Must Bend (or Not) THE CURT JESTER - August 26, 2014 ... number of people not genuflecting when entering the vestibule. First I thought this was simple irreverence, then I noticed that many people instead of kneeling during the Consecration were leaning forward instead of kneeling. I felt the most charitable explanation was a serious knee inflammation preventing proper kneeling. This might also be connected to spinal cord injuries since I also noticed people unable to make a profound bow, but just a head-nod instead." It has also been noted by many ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/splendoroftruth/lNZE/~3/u998pZZ6c3A/
Combine Old Mass and New? BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - August 25, 2014 Pope Francis offering the new Mass ad orientem in Sistine Chapel. An article I read this morning from the Catholic Herald about the manner in which the Roman liturgy was reformed in the wake of the council -- provoking an ongoing "hermeneutic of rupture" -- reminded me of a thought experiment from the other day, when I had a long drive home with plenty of time to think. Before I get to that, first let me unfold the meaning of the "hermeneutic of rupture," ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2014/08/combine-old-mass-and-new.html