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The Vigil of Pentecost According to Divine Worship in Oxford NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - May 30, 2017 ... collections throughout the Anglican communion. After the Lessons, the priest and ministers proceed to the altar and lie prostrate before it. After a period of silent prayer, they kneel, while the Litany of the Saints is chanted, as at the Easter Vigil. This was the practice in churches where there was no font to bless. Then, omitting the Introit, Mass continues. The possibility of the administration of the sacraments of initiation is explicitly foreseen, and is to take place ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/pYEau7tTQz0/the-vigil-of-pentecost-according-to.html

The Reconciliation of the Public Penitents on Holy Thursday at Sarum NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 13, 2017 About a month ago, I published an article about the use of the Penitential Psalms in Lent , in which I mentioned that they were generally said at the beginning of the season, at the ceremony by which the public penitents were symbolically expelled from the church, and again on Holy Thursday, when they were brought back in. These ceremonies were particularly elaborate in the Use of Sarum, but similar rites were observed in a great many other places. Here then is the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/bhUT1sdue0M/the-reconciliation-of-public-penitents.html

The Theology of the 1955 Solemn Liturgical Action of Good Friday NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 12, 2017 ... series, but largely re-written. A fourth article will discuss the history of the fraction rite as part of the Good Friday ceremony. The purpose of this article is not to discuss the putative historical antecedents of the new Good Friday ceremony, with one exception. As described in the first article in this series, the Good Friday ceremony of the Missal of St Pius V is informally called "the Mass of the Presanctified" because it imitates the rite of Mass as ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/9kwCQeKuie4/the-theology-of-1955-solemn-liturgical.html

Fifteen Questions on the Paschal Triduum BIG C CATHOLICS - April 11, 2017 ... gifts and the Bishop blesses each of the three oils separately. The Oil of Catechumens is blessed and will be used at Baptisms; the Oil of the Sick is blessed and will be used for the Anointing of the Sick; and the Oil of Chrism (mixed with balsam) is consecrated and will be used at Baptisms, Confirmations and Ordinations to the Priesthood. These oils are distributed to each of the parishes in the Diocese of Burlington and will be used throughout the year. 3.) Is the Mandatum, the washing of ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/04/fifteen-questions-on-paschal-triduum.html

The Theology of the Mass of the Presanctified NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - April 7, 2017 ... of that series, but partially re-written. A fourth article will discuss the history of the fraction rite as part of the Good Friday ceremony. The purpose of these articles is not to comprehensively discuss the origins of the traditional ceremony, or the variants thereof used in the Middle Ages. The term "Mass of the Presanctified" is not actually used anywhere in the Missal itself for the ceremony of Good Friday, but is commonly found in Holy Week books printed for the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/Mk5wvzl5o30/the-theology-of-mass-of-presanctified.html

Reflection on Palm Sunday: We Commemorate the Lord's Entry Into the City of Our Salvation BIG C CATHOLICS - April 2, 2017 ... grace partakers of the Cross, we may have a share also in his Resurrection and in his life.' These words come from the opening prayer of the Liturgy of Palm Sunday, which is the solemn entrance into Holy Week. Throughout Lent, the faithful have been preparing for the great mystery of Easter. Today they stand at its doorstep, ready to enter the most sacred moment of Jesus' life. The Church wants its people to do more than "celebrate" these ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/04/reflection-on-palm-sunday-we.html