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YEAR OF THE EUCHARIST Learn to how good the Lord is. Psalm 34.9 Introduction to Eucharist “In this most sacred union of Christ and the Church, the memorial of his death and resurrection is celebrated.” Introduction to the Order of the Mass,USCCB (1) “At the Last Supper the Lord spoke to his disciples, took bread and wine, gave thanks, broke the bread, and gave them the bread of life and the cup of eternal salvation.” Introduction to the Order of the Mass,USCCB (2) (Luke 24:13 - 35) The of the Church’s life Celebrating Mass Celebration of the Liturgy Eucharistic Celebration Sacrifice of the Mass Lord’s Supper Liturgical Year & Colors Advent Christmas Lent Easter Ordinary Time Martyrs Saints & Doctors Vestments alb chasuble stole Positions of Eucharist Standing - a sign of respect and honor; our full stature before God, in humble gratitude for the marvelous thing God has done in creating and redeeming each one of us Kneeling - adoration Sitting - posture of listening and meditation Liturgical Books Book of the Gospels Lectionary Sacramentary Missalette Songbook Ministers of the Eucharist Priest Celebrant Presider Deacon Acolyte Congregation Choir Ushers/Greeters Lectors Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion

Slide 9:Preparing a Worship Environment

Lectionary Ambo

Slide 10:Preparing a Worship Environment

Chalice Paten Credence Table Bowl of unconsecrated hosts Water cruet Bowl for hand washing/towel

Slide 11:Preparing a Worship Environment

Altar Altar cloth Corporal Crucifix (unless there is a one behind the altar) 2 Lighted candles (on/near altar) Sacramentary may be placed on the server’s chair.

Slide 12:Altar Linens

Pall Corporal Purificator and Towel

Slide 13:Liturgy of the Hours

The faithful who celebrate the Liturgy of the Hours are united to Christ by the prayer of the Psalms, meditation on the Word of God, and canticles and blessings, in order to be joined with his universal prayer that gives glory to the Father and implores the gift of the Holy Spirit on the whole world. CCC1196

Slide 14:Liturgy of the Hours

Divine Office – “pray constantly”. In this “public prayer of the Church”, the faithful (clergy, religious, and lay people) exercise the royal priesthood of the baptized. CCC 1174 The celebration of the Liturgy of the Hours demands not only harmonizing the voice with the praying heart, but also a deeper “understanding of the liturgy and of the Bible, especially of the Psalms.” CCC 1176

Slide 15:Liturgy of the Hours

Invitatory Lord, open my lips. --And my mouth will proclaim your praise. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit: --as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be forever. Amen. Psalm 95 (all or part) Sing an appropriate hymn/song

Slide 16:Liturgy of the Hours (continued)

Psalm select a psalm of praise and students read it together or alternate sides Reading select a reading from Scripture Canticle of Mary or Zechariah’s Canticle read or sing Prayers of Intercession Our Father

Slide 17:Liturgy of the Hours (continued)

Closing Prayer: Lord, watch over us be day and by night. In the midst of life’s countless changes strengthen us with your never-changing love. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. AMEN.

Lauds - Morning Prayer; prayed at sunrise Terce – Midmorning Sext – Midday None – Midafternoon Vespers – prayed at sunset (late afternoon or early evening) Compline – Night prayer Office of Readings – Matins or Vigils (no hour designated for this prayer) Liturgy of the Hours consecrates to God the whole cycle of day and night.

Slide 19:Adoration

“The Church and the world have a great need of Eucharistic worship. Jesus waits for us in this sacrament of love. Let us be generous with our time in going to meet Him in adoration and in contemplation that is full of faith and ready to make reparation for the great faults and crimes of the world. May our adoration never cease.” (Pope John Paul II, Dominicae Cenae) A Monstrance is used to carry the Blessed Sacrament to the altar for Adoration. The holds the consecrated host. Thurbile – used for incense which rises in a fragrant cloud of smoke as a symbol of our prayer rising to God. Cope Humeral Veil
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