Monthly Archives: November 2011

Countdown to 1st Sunday of Advent:The Guided Missal Series Part 9 from @ManwithBlackHat

23 November 2011


Guided Missal 9: Concluding Rites

Prayer After Communion (Postcommunion Prayer)

Following the administration of Holy Communion, the priest-celebrant calls upon the faithful to rise for a closing prayer, one that makes reference to the Eucharist having been received. The following is the one for the First Sunday of Advent. As usual, this vignette begins with the Latin text, followed by the 1973 translation, and finally the 2010 version.

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Countdown to 1st Sunday of Advent:The Guided Missal Series Part 8 from @ManwithBlackHat

18 November 2011


Guided Missal 8: Communion

Pater Noster

With the elements of bread and wine having become the Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, we now pray in the manner He taught us (Matt 6:9–13, Luke 11:2-4). In the 1973 editio typica of the Roman Missal, it is introduced by the priest/celebrant with one of four different (dare we use this term again) options, none of which are even close to reflecting the Latin text.

(Well, maybe the second one, but just barely.)

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Countdown to 1st Sunday of Advent:The Guided Missal Series Part 7 from @ManwithBlackHat

6 November 2011


Guided Missal 7: Consecration

We come to the high point of the Order of Mass, known in Greek as the ἀναφορά, the anaphora (which means “carrying up” or “carrying back,” hence also for “offering”). Its particulars may vary in certain characteristics among Eastern and Western rites, but all follow the same general pattern, as gleaned from Saint Paul in the New Testament, as well as from the earliest Apostolic and Post-Apostolic writings:

For I have received of the Lord that which also I delivered unto you, that the Lord Jesus, the same night in which he was betrayed, took bread. And giving thanks, broke, and said: ”Take ye, and eat: this is my body, which shall be delivered for you: this do for the commemoration of me.” (1 Cor 11:23–24)

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