The Ceremonies of the Mass: Arranged Conformably to the Rubrics of the Book of Common Prayer

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Longmans, Green, & Company, 1905 - 214 pages
 

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Contents

Of the influence of the various ceremonial Uses in the com pilation of the Prayer Book
xlix
Page
li
Of Ceremonial restoration Ix
lx
Of the Ornaments Rubric Ixiji
lxiii
NOTES ON THE MASS I Of the preparation of the Priest before the altar
1
Of the right side of the Table
2
Of announcing the Epistle and Gospel
5
Of genuflecting in the Creed
7
Of the matter of the Eucharist
9
Of the time for presenting the offerings of the people
10
Of the Orationes super oblata
13
Of genuflecting in the Canon
16
Of the elevation of the Sacrament
22
Of the Invocation
24
Of the posture of the Celebrant while communicating him self
31
Of the rubric If the consecrated bread or wine be spent etc
34
Of the veiling of the Sacrament
37
Of the posture of the people at Gloria in excelsis
40
Of the PostCommunion
42
Of the last Gospel
43
GENERAL CEREMONIAL DIRECTIONS 1 Of reading
45
Of the genuflections
47
Of the extending and lifting up of the hands
49
a by the Priest on himself 6 Over the people c Over the oblations
50
Of the smiting the breast
51
Of the lifting up of the eyes
52
Of the kissing of the altar
53
Of turning towards the people
54
1 Of the altar
55
Of the credence
56
Of the chalice
57
a The amice 6 The alb
58
Of the approach to the altar
60
Of the Psalm Judica me
63
Of the Confiteor
65
Of the prayer Aufer a nobis
67
Of the prayer Oramus te
68
Of the Decalogue
70
Of the Kyrie eleison
72
Of the Collect
73
5 Of the Epistle
74
Of the Gospel
76
Of the Creed
79
Of the giving notice of Holy days etc
80
Of the Sermon
81
1 Of the Offertory
82
Of the oblation of the bread on the paten
84
Of the use of a ciborium
85
Of the mingling of the chalice
86
Of the oblation of the chalice
87
Of the prayers In spiritu humilitatis and Veni Sanctificator
89
Of the elevation of the chalice
106
Of the Oblation
107
Of the prayer And we earnestly etc
108
Of the Commemoration of the dead
109
Of the Lords Prayer III
112
Of the Fraction II2 3 Of the Commixture
113
Of the Agnus Dei
114
Of the three prayers before the Communion of the Priest
115
Of the Communion of the Priest
116
Of the cleansing of the paten when a ciborium is used to hold the small hosts
119
Of the Communion of the Bishop
121
Of the Communion of the server
123
Of a Deacon or another Priest assisting in the administration of the chalice
126
Of the failure of the sacred species
127
1 Of a Mass when no one approaches to receive Holy Communion
129
Of the veiling of the Sacrament
130
Of the Gloria in excelsis
131
Of the PostCommunion
133
Of the manner of consuming the sacred species
135
Of the purification and ablution of the chalice
136
Of the purification and ablution of the ciborium
139
Of the prayer Placeat tibi
141
Of the departure from the Altar
143
Or THE PURIFICATION AND ABLUTION OF
144
Or Low Mass CELEBRATED IN THE PRESENCE OF
152
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page 1 In the Sacristy 1
1
At the Altar 3
3
The preparation of the Celebrant and Ministers 5
5
The Blessing of the incense in the sacristy 8
8
The approach to the Altar 10
10
1 The Psalm Judica me 16
16
The prayer Aufer a nobis 17
17
The Blessing of the incense 18
18
The first censing of the Altar 20
20
The first censing of the Celebrant 24
24
1 The Lords Prayer and the Collect for Purity 28
28
The Collect 29
29
The Epistle 31
31
The reading of the Gospel by the Celebrant 33
33
The presentation of the Book of the Gospels upon the altar 35
35
The blessing of the incense before the Gospel 37
37
The blessing of the Deacon 38
38
The procession of the Gospel 39
39
The singing of the Gospel by the Deacon 42
42
The return of the procession 45
45
The second censing of the Celebrant 47
47
The saying of the Creed 48
52
The declaring of Holy Days 54
54
The sermon 56
56

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