GIRM The Deacon at the Liturgy of the Eucharist. Posted on 24 January by catholicsensibility. In these six sections, we have a number of. E DESIRE TO POST every G.I.R.M. version we can locate, in the cleanest and most accurate PDF files possible. We welcome your contributions. General Instruction on the Roman Missal B) Mass with a Deacon. When he is present at the celebration of the Eucharist, a Deacon should exercise .
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The priest invites the people to lift up their hearts to the Lord in prayer and thanksgiving; he unites the congregation with himself in the prayer that he addresses in the name of the entire community to God the Father through Jesus Christ in the Holy Spirit.
At the end of the prayer the people say the acclamation, Amen. As an expression of veneration, moreover, the priest and deacon then kiss the altar itself; as the occasion suggests, the priest also incenses the cross and the altar.
The Communion of the deacon and the purification of the chalice take place as already described.
If he is carrying the Book of the Gospelshe approaches the altar and places the Book of the Gospels upon it. 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.
At the words et incarnatus est by the power of the Holy Spirit.
General Instruction of the Roman Missal
Next, the priest, with hands extended, continues the Preface. The Quam oblationem Bless and approve our offering with hands extended toward the offerings; The Qui pridie The day before he suffered and the Simili modo When supper was ended with hands joined; While speaking the words of the Lord, each extends his right hand toward the bread and toward the chalice, if this girrm appropriate; as the host and the chalice are shown, however, they look toward them and afterwards bow profoundly; The Unde et memores Father, we celebrate the memory and the Supra quae Ggirm with favor with hands extended; From the Supplices Almighty God, we pray that your angel up gifm and including the words ex hac altaris participatione as we receive from this altarthey bow with hands joined; then they stand upright hirm cross themselves at the words omni benedictione et gratia repleamur let us be filled with every grace and blessing.
In the Mass, only one Prayer over the Offerings is said, and it ends with the shorter conclusion: Then the priest places the paten and the chalice on the corporal. Then one after another the concelebrants come to the middle of the altar, genuflect, and reverently take the Body of Christ from the altar.
If the Book of the Gospels is on the altar, the priest then takes it and goes to the ambo, carrying the Book of the Gospels slightly elevated and preceded by the lay ministers, who may carry the thurible and the candles. Before leaving the altar, the concelebrants make a profound bow to the altar. As soon as the communicant receives the host, he or gurm consumes it entirely.
After placing the chalice upon the altar, the priest bows profoundly and says quietly, In spiritu humilitatis Lord God, we ask you to tirm us. Incense may be used if desired in any form of Mass: Then, as appropriate, a few moments of silence may be observed. Then he signifies the presence of the Lord to 20112 community gathered there by means of the Greeting. During the Eucharistic Prayer, the Deacon stands near the Priest, but slightly behind him, so that when necessary he may assist the Priest with the chalice or the Missal.
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The Preface brings to light the conferral of the priestly power accomplished through the laying on of hands; and, by listing the various duties, it describes that power, which is the continuation of the power of Christ the High Priest of the New Testament. At the end of the Eucharistic Prayer, the priest takes the paten with the host and the chalice and elevates them both while alone singing or saying the doxologyPer ipsum Through him.
It is permitted to mention Coadjutor and Auxiliary Bishops in the Eucharistic Prayer, but not other Bishops who happen to be present. Then the priest, with hands joined, quietly says the preparatory prayer of Communion: Upon reaching the altar, the lector makes a profound bow with the others. Then the priest begins the Eucharistic Prayer. It is sung or said on Sundays outside the Seasons of Advent and Lent, on solemnities and feasts, and at special celebrations of a more solemn character.
This holds also, with due regard for the prescriptions of law, for groups of religious. 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.
Those who, in some places, meet the faithful at the church entrance, lead them to appropriate places, and direct processions. The responsorial Psalm should correspond to each reading and should, as a rule, be taken from the Lectionary. The offerings of the faithful are received by the priest, assisted by the acolyte or other minister.
The consecrated host may be received either on the tongue or in the hand, at the discretion of each communicant.
The fraction or breaking of bread is begun after the sign of peace and is carried out with proper reverence, though it should not be unnecessarily prolonged, nor should it be accorded undue importance. A minister, while standing at the side of the altar, incenses gir, priest and then the people.
All listen and at the end respond to the acclamation, as noted above no. 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. 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 20122 the offerings until the end of Mass, except at the places indicated below.
Then the deacon, or one of the concelebrants, arranges the chalice as appropriate in the center of the altar or at the side on another corporal together with the paten containing particles of the host. The rites preceding the Liturgy of the Word, namely the Entrance, Greeting, Act of Penitence, KyrieGloriaand collect, have the character of a beginning, introduction, and preparation. To bring to completion the prayer of the People of God, and also to conclude the entire Communion Rite, the priest says gurm Prayer after Communion, in which he prays for the fruits of the mystery just celebrated.
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Then, at the words Lectio sancti Evangelii A reading gjrm the holy Gospelhe signs the book with his thumb and, afterwards, himself on his forehead, mouth, and breast. If a deacon is not present, his proper duties are to be carried out by some of the concelebrants.
He then adds, Igrm Domini sit semper vobiscum The peace of the Lord be with you alwaysgirmm the minister answers, Et cum spiritu tuo And also with you. Then, as appropriate, a few moments of silence may be observed so that all may meditate on what they have heard. The Liturgy of the Word is to be celebrated in such a way as to promote meditation, and so any sort of haste that hinders recollection must clearly be avoided. The glrm Agnus Deiis, as a rule, sung by the choir or cantor with the congregation responding; or it is, at least, recited aloud.
Afterwards, when appropriate, the priest addsOfferte vobis pacem Let us offer each other the sign of peace. Thus within the Act of Penitence and again after the invitation to pray, all recollect themselves; but at the conclusion of a reading or the homily, all meditate briefly on what they have heard; then after Communion, they praise and pray to God in their hearts. For public authorities and the salvation gigm the whole world; c.