The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass…. Ever Ancient…. …Ever New!. Sunday Liturgy. The most concrete and fundamental way for the family of God to gather and express its belief and union. . Holy time…Holy place!. Sunday Liturgy. …Sacred signs …Sacred symbols …Sacred gestures …Sacred language
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The most concrete and fundamental way for the family of God to gather and express its belief and union.
Holy time…Holy place!
The Mystical Body of Christ assembled in prayer!
Unity of language, gesture, expression and meaning throughout the world!
…Sacramentary (book which contains the words and instructions of the Mass) will now be known as the Roman Missal
…New translation is not changing the sacred liturgy
…New translation is changing some familiar words and expressions found in the Mass.
Prior to Vatican Council II (1962-65),
Latin was the only language used for the celebration of Mass throughout the world!
gives guidelines for translation
from Latin to vernacular
the Roman Missal
N.B.: Many third world countries used this translation of English as basis for translation into their vernacular.
The Introductory Rites
Priest: The Lord be with you. People: And with your spirit.
The Liturgy of the Word
The Liturgy of the Eucharist
The Communion Rite
The Concluding Rites
Priest: The Lord be with you.
People: And with your spirit.
Historic opportunity to deepen
the student’s understanding of the Mass!
…Discussion of sacred language
…Understanding of Biblical sources
…Recall of liturgical gestures
…Understanding the words we pray
…Reflection on full, active participation by
attention to what we say and do!
A complete set of Mastery Sheets are posted at: http://archphila.org/catechetical/resources/resources.htm
--indicates Mass parts to be sung; nature
and style of compositions
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