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Looking forward to the Missal. Overview. Starter Questions Looking at the text Preparing for, and reflecting on Liturgy Resources Strategy. Introductions. Reflect One good thing about the celebration of Mass in your school or college One thing you would like to improve.

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overview
Overview
  • Starter Questions
  • Looking at the text
  • Preparing for, and reflecting on Liturgy
  • Resources
  • Strategy
introductions
Introductions
  • Reflect
    • One good thing about the celebration of Mass in your school or college
    • One thing you would like to improve
missal
Missal
  • What are we talking about?
    • Missal — book containing prayers used by priest & people at the celebration of Mass
    • Lectionary — book containing scripture readings used at Mass
      • [People’s Missals — selected texts from Missal & Lectionary]
what is a missal
What is a Missal?
  • Core book of Roman Liturgy
  • With Calendar foundation & start of liturgical renewal
  • Used at every Mass
why do we need a new translation
Why do we need a new translation?
  • Expectation from 1st English translation
  • 2001 Liturgiam Authenticam Vatican Guidelines on translation
  • 2002 New edition (3rd) of Latin Roman Missal
what s new in mr3
What’s new in MR3?
  • Revised General Instruction of Roman Missal (2005)
  • Calendar
    • Optional memorials
    • Vigils for Epiphany, Ascension and Pentecost
    • Prayers over the People for each day of Lent
    • Apostles’ Creed especially during Lent and Easter
what s new in mr31
What’s new in MR3?
  • Some additional orations and prefaces
  • Inclusion / exclusion of Eucharistic Prayers
  • Interpolations in Eucharistic Prayers
what does this mean
What does this mean?
  • Liturgiam Authenticam
    • New principles of translation
    • formal over dynamic equivalence
    • weight placed on words over sentences
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May these, and all who sleep in Christ, find in your presence light, happiness, and peace.
  • Ipsis, Domine, et omnibus in Christo quiescentibus, locum refrigerii, lucis et pacis, ut indulgeas, deprecamur.
  • Grant them, O Lord, we pray,and all who sleep in Christ,a place of refreshment, light and peace.
what does this mean1
What does this mean?
  • Concerns
    • over-simplification - how do you translate liturgical prayer for proclamation?
    • loss of meaning and nuance
    • the position of English
      • lex orandi ~ lex credendi
marriage preface iii 1973
Marriage: Preface III — 1973
  • Qui hominem pietatis tuae dono creatumad tantam voluisti dignitatem extolli,ut in viri mulierisque consortioveram relinqueres tui amoris imaginemquem enim ex caritate creastieum ad caritatis legem vocare non desinisut aeternae tuae caritatis participem esse concedas.Cuius connubii sancti mysteriumdum tuae dilectionis signum exsistit,amorem sacrat humanum:
  • You created man in love to share your divine life.We see his high destiny in the love of husband and wife,which bears the imprint of your own divine love.Love is man’s origin,love is his constant calling,love is his fulfillment in heaven.The love of man and womanis made holy in the sacrament of marriage,and becomes the mirror of your everlasting love.
marriage preface iii 2011
Marriage: Preface III — 2011
  • Qui hominem pietatis tuae dono creatumad tantam voluisti dignitatem extolli,ut in viri mulierisque consortioveram relinqueres tui amoris imaginemquem enim ex caritate creastieum ad caritatis legem vocare non desinisut aeternae tuae caritatis participem esse concedas.Cuius connubii sancti mysteriumdum tuae dilectionis signum exsistit,amorem sacrat humanum:
  • For you willed that the human race, created by the gift of your goodness, should be raised to such high dignity that in the union of husband and wife you might bestow a true image of your love.For those you created out of charity you call to the law of charity without ceasing and grant them a share in your eternal charity.And so, the Sacrament of holy Matrimony, as the abiding sign of your own love,consecrates the love of man and woman,
what does this mean2
What does this mean?
  • Completely new translation
  • Richer & more faithful
  • Scriptural allusions
  • A chance to discover new riches in the text
  • Nearly all common responses have changed
  • Style is more complex
  • Requires preparation
  • A chance to reflect and deepen liturgical practice
what about the lectionary
What about the Lectionary?
  • New edition in preparation.
  • Not imminent
  • Text drawn from NRSV & Grail Psalms
  • revised in the light of Liturgiam Authetnticam
where are we now
Where are we now?
  • & how did we get here? & what happens next?
where are we now1
Where are we now?
  • April 2010 — Holy See announces recognitio of Missal
  • August 2010 — England & Wales receive text
  • Autumn 2010 — resolution of discrepancies
  • December 2010 — final text of complete Missal
  • February 2011 — England & Wales receives particular texts
  • March 2011 — finalising Altar edition & sent to printers
  • June 2011 — Order of Mass for September published
  • November 2011 — full Altar Missal published
where are we going
Where are we going?
  • September 2011
    • Order of Mass introduced
    • Catechesis on
      • Eucharist
      • Translation
  • Advent 2011
    • Full Altar Missal published
    • Use of full text
order of mass
[Order of Mass]
  • Those texts which are the same at every Mass:
    • Greetings
    • Dialogues
    • Holy, Holy
    • etc
    • also Eucharistic Prayers
  • Or not these:
    • Entrance & Communion Antiphons
    • Opening Prayer
    • Prayer over Gifts
    • Prayer after Communion
looking at the text1
Looking at the Text
  • Process
    • look at text for ourselves
    • consider implications for school liturgy
introductory rites
Introductory Rites
  • Their purpose is to ensure that the faithful, who come together as one, establish communion and dispose themselves properly to listen to the Word of God and to celebrate the Eucharist worthily. [girm 46]
introductory rites1
Introductory Rites
  • Entrance
  • Sign of the Cross
  • Greeting
  • Penitential Act
  • Gloria
  • Collect
introductory rites2
Introductory Rites
  • In groups look through the texts
    • What strikes you?
    • What do you like?
    • What challenges you?
introductory rites3
Introductory Rites
  • Entrance
  • Sign of the Cross
  • Greeting
  • Penitential Act
  • Gloria
  • Collect
introducing
Introducing
  • Noticing what has always been there
  • Old & New
  • The different languages of liturgy
liturgy notes
Liturgy Notes
  • Key changes
  • Key points for catechesis
  • Introductory Rites & Directory for Masses with Children
  • Introducing changes
  • Good practice
reflection
Reflection
  • What are the implications for my School?
quick overview
Quick Overview
  • Liturgy of the Word
    • Gospel Dialogue
    • Nicene/Apostles’ Creed
  • Liturgy of the Eucharist
    • Prayer over the Offerings
    • Preface Dialogue
  • Sanctus
    • Memorial Acclamations
    • Invitation to Communion
  • Concluding Rite
    • Dismissals
initial thoughts
Initial thoughts
  • How were you feeling when you came in?
    • What were your thoughts?
impressions
Impressions
  • What stays with you? Your overall impression?
  • What phrases or words do you recall?
  • What did you hear?
    • How did you respond?
insights
Insights
  • What insights has this experience given you about the new translation?
  • And for when you will introduce it?
resources1
Resources
  • Missals
  • Participation Aids
  • Music
  • Formation
missals
Missals
  • published by Catholic Truth Society
  • 3 sizes
    • Altar edition
    • Chapel edition
    • Study edition
participation aids
Participation Aids
  • Catholic Truth Society
    • Mass Card
    • Wallet Card
    • Order of Mass booklet
    • Order of Mass in Latin & English
  • McCrimmons
    • Mass Card
  • Redemptorist
    • Mass Card
    • Mass booklet
      • Children’s versions
  • John Neale
    • Mass Card & Mass booklet
  • Catholic Printing - Farnworth
    • Mass Card & booklet
participation aids1
Participation Aids
  • Liturgy Office website
    • Model leaflets
    • Model PowerPoints
music
Music
  • Missal Chants
  • Rewritten settings
    • Mass of Creation
    • Celtic Liturgy
    • Gathering
    • Farrell
  • settings
    • Storrington
    • Belmont
    • MacMillan
    • etc.
a music storecupboard
A Music Storecupboard
  • What would be a set of basic ingredients?
    • 3 Gospel Acclamations
      • 1 loud, 1 soft, 1 Lenten
    • 1 set of Eucharistic Acclamations
      • (Holy, Memorial Acclamations, Amen)
a music storecupboard1
A Music Storecupboard
  • What would be a set of basic ingredients?
    • 4 psalm (responses) - can be used in a variety of ways
      • Psalm of blessing (Ps 33 — Taste and See)
      • Psalm of praise ()
      • Psalm of hope (Ps 26 — The Lord is my light)
      • Psalm of sorrow/petition (Ps 90 - Be with me, Lord)
a music storecupboard2
A Music Storecupboard
  • And then…
    • Gloria
    • Kyrie/Intercession response
formation
Formation
  • 2 stages
    • Preparatory — from May
    • Introduction — from September
formation1
Formation
  • Understanding the revised Mass texts
    • Paul TurnerMcCrimmons/LTP
  • Become One Body One Spirit in Christ
    • interactive DVD
    • Bishops’ Conference
  • Welcome to the Mass
    • Pauline Books & Media
preparation
Preparation
  • Preparation
    • Deanery Sessions
    • Diocesan/Parish presentations
    • In Spirit & in Truthsmall groups
    • Liturgical Ministers
    • Bulletin Inserts
  • Introduction
    • Liturgy Notes
    • Catechesis Notes
    • Homily Notes
    • Handouts: general & family
    • Going deeper into the text
resources2
Resources

All will be available from Liturgy Office website:www.liturgyoffice.org.uk/Missal

or

www.Missal.org.ukparticular material for schools

www.liturgyoffice.org.uk/Missal/Resources/Schools/

Martin.Foster@cbcew.org.uk

reflection1
Reflection
  • In Groups
  • Before the first time Mass is celebrated in school in September what needs to be in place?
    • What resources are needed?
    • Who needs to be informed?
    • What other questions need to be considered?
introductory rites4
Introductory Rites
  • Entrance
  • Sign of the Cross
  • Greeting
  • Penitential Act
  • Gloria
  • Collect
  • Formation
    • who is affected?
    • what level of formation do they need?
reception of communion
Reception of Communion
  • The Priest then takes the paten or ciborium and approaches the communicants, who usually come up in procession
  • It is not permitted for the faithful to take the consecrated Bread or the sacred chalice by themselves and, still less, to hand them on from one to another among themselves. In the Dioceses of England and Wales Holy Communion is to be received standing, though individual members of the faithful may choose to receive Communion while kneeling. However, when they communicate standing, it is recommended that the faithful bow in reverence before receiving the Sacrament
reception of communion1
Reception of Communion
  • What is good about your current practice?
  • What would you like to improve?
  • The sign of reverence — who is affected?
  • Which ministers will be key in its implementation?
  • What formation will be necessary?