Let Us Pray A Guide to the Rubrics of Sunday Mass

ISBN-10: 0814662137
ISBN-13: 9780814662137
Edition: 2006
Authors: Paul Turner
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Description: Those who use Mass guides and liturgical books as they participate in the liturgy find on almost every page directives on how the liturgy is to be ministered by the priest, deacon, and other ministers and how the assembly is to participate. These  More...

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List price: $23.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Liturgical Press
Publication date: 6/1/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 192
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.572
Language: English

Those who use Mass guides and liturgical books as they participate in the liturgy find on almost every page directives on how the liturgy is to be ministered by the priest, deacon, and other ministers and how the assembly is to participate. These "rubrics" traditionally are printed in red so as to contrast with the liturgical texts. Let Us Pray gives helpful explanations for the principal rubrics for a typical Sunday Mass. Paul Turner reflects on the place of ritual within the context of Catholic piety and then explores the regulations governing the furnishings, vestments, and ministers of the Mass. He walks us through the entire Mass from the entrance procession to the dismissal. Amply documented, Let Us Pray allows the reader to understand the regulations. It is cross-referenced to answer most questions about the Sunday ritual. If you are wondering about rubrics concerning the sanctuary furniture, the candles and flowers, the blessing and sprinkling of water, proclaiming the readings, the preparation of the gifts, Let Us Pray has the answers.

Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Introduction
Making judgments
The documents
Local variations
Liturgical theology
Historical precedent
Scriptural influence
Cultural sensitivity
Courtesy and common sense
Variety and constancy in the Mass
Introductory Rites
Before Mass
The gathering of the people
The assembly
Arriving
Seating
Sitting
Seating for ministers
Furniture
Sanctuary
Altar
Ambo
Chair
Other features
Books
Vesture
Vessels
Cloths
Credence table
Cross
Candles
Flowers
Tabernacle
Other objects
Entrance chant
The song
Leading the song
Other matters
Procession
Order of procession
Reverencing the altar
Bows and genuflections
Placement of objects
Kissing the altar
Incensing the cross and the altar
Going to seats
Sign of the cross
Greeting
Introduction
Content
Minister
Location
Act of penitence
Blessing and sprinkling of water
Glory to God
Changes to the Introductory Rites
Collect
Liturgy of the Word
Choice of readings
Introduction to the Liturgy of the Word
Lector
Approaching the ambo
Proclaiming the readings
Hearing the readings
Concluding the readings
First reading
Responsorial psalm
Second reading
Sequence
Gospel acclamation
Actions during the gospel acclamation
Procession
Gospel
Homily
Dismissal of catechumens
Creed
Prayer of the faithful
Purpose and nature
Ministries
Location
Intentions
Response
Concluding prayer
Liturgy of the Eucharist
Preliminaries
Offertory chant
Collection
Preparing the altar
Procession fo the gifts
Gifts
Bread
Appearance
Hosts
Size
Quantity and vessels
Wine
Procession
Preparation of the gifts
Receiving the gifts
Taking the bread
Adding water
Taking the cup
Private prayer
Incensing the gifts
Washing hands
Invitation and response
Prayer over the offerings
Eucharistic Prayer
Meaning
Introduction
Choice of prayer
Singing
Structure
Dialogue
Preface
Holy, Holy
Transition: Prayer I from the Holy, Holy to the institution narrative
Transition: Other Eucharistic Prayers from the Holy, Holy to the institution narrative
Institution narrative and consecration
Memorial acclamation
Anamnesis and offering
Intercessions
Final doxology
Communion rite
Lord's Prayer
Rite of peace
Prayer to Christ
Greeting of peace
Sign of peace
Breaking Bread
Fraction
Lamb of God
Communion from the tabernacle
Posture
The priest's Communion
Preparation
"Behold the Lamb of God"
Immediate preparation and the Body of Christ
Immediate preparation and the Blood of Christ
Communion chant
Deacon's Communion
Extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion
Communion of the faithful
Both kinds
Procession
The Body of Christ
The Blood of Christ
Intinction, tube, spoon
Blessings
Returning to seats
After Communion
Communion to the sick and homebound
Consuming the remains
Reposition
Purification
Thanksgiving
Prayer after Communion
Closing Rites
Announcements
Blessing
Dismissal
Recession
Liturgical Renewal
Some specific issues
Shadows of the previous Missal
"Offertory" and "preparation of the gifts"
Standing for the Eucharistic Prayer
Sign of peace
Communion under both kinds
Extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion
Preparing for liturgy
Some general matters
Abuses
The nature of rubrics

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