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  Mass (liturgy) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mass is the term used to describe celebration of the Eucharist in the Western liturgical rites of the Roman Catholic Church, in the Anglo-Catholic tradition of Anglicanism, and in some largely High Church Lutheran regions: in Scandinavian countries the main non-Eucharistic Lutheran service is also known as "the Mass".
"Mass" is one of many terms used to describe the Eucharist in the Anglican tradition, the others being "Holy Communion," "Holy Eucharist," or "the Lord's Supper." In the English-speaking Anglcian world, the term used frequently connotes the Eucharistic theology of the one using it.
The liturgy of the mass is typically derived from the Anglican prayer books authorised by the national churches of the Communion.
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 Catholic Liturgy
The Priesthood and the Sacrifice of the Mass by John A. Hardon, S.J. The Sacrifice of the Mass by Fr.
Eucharist as Sacrifice - Sacrament: Mass and Liturgy
The Eucharist as Sacrifice and Sacrament, Mass and Liturgy
www.catholiclinks.org /liturgiaingles.htm   (138 words)

 Mass (Liturgy)
Synopsis: The beginning of the Mass usually begins with a hymn and an exchange of greetings between the priest and the congregation.
Synopsis: This is the center of the Mass where, it is believed, the bread (called a host) and the wine undergo the miracle of transubstantiation.
Other critics have alleged that the celebration of Mass according to the new Missal (Novus Ordo called by some) is unattractive and unappealing, and lacks the degree of ceremony and ritual that marked its predecessor.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/ro/Roman_Mass.html   (1024 words)

 Mass (liturgy) - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Mass is the term used of the celebration of the Eucharist in the Latin rites of the Roman Catholic Church.
For information on the theology of the Eucharist and on the eucharistic liturgy of other Christian Churches, the reader is referred to the article on the Eucharist.
Tridentine Mass (on the Roman rite according to the pre-1970 Roman Missal)
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Their view is that Gregory had given the Mass more uniformity (since the time of the Leonine book), had brought it rather to the model of the unchanging Eastern liturgies.
The celebrant of Mass must be in the state of grace, fasting from midnight, free of irregularity and censure, and must observe all the rubrics and laws concerning the matter (azyme bread and pure wine), vestments, vessels, and ceremony.
At low Mass the bishop's rank is marked only by a few unimportant details and by the later assumption of the maniple.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/09790b.htm   (11703 words)

On the one hand, liturgy often means the whole complex of official services, all the rites, ceremonies, prayers, and sacraments of the Church, as opposed to private devotions.
That the Liturgy of the "Apostolic Constitutions" as it stands is Antiochene, and is closely connected with the Rite of Jerusalem, is certain.
In the West the later history of the Liturgy is that of the gradual supplanting of the Gallican by the Roman, which, however, became considerably gallicanized in the process.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/09306a.htm   (8161 words)

 Library Index
Liturgy - ZLITUR15.HTM - Exposition of the Eucharist by a Layperson?
Liturgy - ZLITUR14.HTM - Gregorian Chant in the Parish
Liturgy - ZLITUR77.HTM - Papal Funerals and the Sede Vacante
www.ewtn.com /library/indexes/LITURGY.htm   (14610 words)

 Catholic Glossary: Celebration of Mass   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The celebrant greets all pre-sent at the liturgy, expressing the presence of the Lord to the assembled community.
The time in the Mass when the bread and wine to be used in the celebration are brought to the celebrant, usually by representatives of the faithful.
Music used during the presentation of gifts to the celebrant and as the altar is prepared for the Liturgy of the Eucharist.
www.archstl.org /links/gloss-mass.htm   (912 words)

 Eucharist as Sacrifice - Sacrament: Mass and Liturgy
The key to seeing the relation between Calvary and the Mass is the fact that the same identical Jesus Christ now glorified is present on the altar at Mass as He was present in His mortal humanity on the Cross.
Before we look more closely at the Mass as a sacrifice of propitiation and petition, we should make plain that it is first and foremost, a sacrifice of praise (adoration) and thanksgiving.
Since the highest form of honor to God is sacrifice, the Mass is a continuation of Christ's sacrifice of praise and gratitude to God the Father.
www.therealpresence.org /eucharst/link/e-litur.html   (2462 words)

 Catholic Mass
The order of Mass is similar to the order of sacrifices in the Book of Leviticus in the Pentateuch.
This is not done in burnt offerings and the like, but in the symbolism of the Mass.
Mass stands for “Eucharist” or “Breaking of the Bread.” The Catholic Mass is the preparation to receive Christ in communion.
www.moronacity.com /catholic-journal/catholic-mass.html   (3302 words)

We believe Liturgy to be the wellspring of faith, the focal point of spirituality, and the source of Christian life and action.
The Liturgy Committee plans the seasonal liturgies for Advent, Christmas, Lent, Holy Week, Easter, and Pentecost; special celebrations such as All Soul’s Day and Thanksgiving; the training and scheduling of Lectors, Eucharistic Ministers, greeters, altar servers, and ushers; and the general planning of the liturgical year.
Lectors are chosen and specifically trained for their role to proclaim God’s living word at weekend and special liturgies, and make God present in the Liturgy of the Word for the parish community.
www.stjeromenorwalk.org /html/liturgy.html   (398 words)

 Liturgy and Liturgical Resources from the Order of Saint Benedict. Index. OSB
Liturgy and Liturgical Resources from the Order of Saint Benedict.
A Commentary on the Sunday Mass Readings in English and Spanish is available by regular or electronic mail from St.
Live Internet Broadcast of Hours and Mass with Chant in German and Latin.
www.osb.org /liturgy   (362 words)

 Catholic Pages Directory: » MASS & LITURGY
Anglican Use Liturgy in the Roman Catholic Church A modified liturgy used by Anglican Parishes which have converted to Catholicism.
Liturgy and Contemplation Thoughts on the renewal of liturgical prayer from Fr.
Some History of the Development of the Mass A short history of the development of the Mass of the Roman Rite from Apostolic Times, through the reforms of Pope St Gregory the Great, Pope St Pius V and Pope Paul VI.
www.catholic-pages.com /dir/mass.asp   (1029 words)

 Mass, Liturgy, & Catholic Traditions Articles
Well, the answer to the last question, is: they all have prayed the Liturgy of the Hours, the official prayer book of the Church, also known as the Breviary.
Roman Catholicism is rich in its presentation of its faith-practices, as well as its usage of the senses and materials of the world to worship and serve God.
Catholics are encouraged to attend Mass frequently; some go daily because they fully know they are receiving Jesus Christ, Body and blood, Soul and Divinity, in the Holy Eucharist-Communion.
www.veritaschristi.org /article_index/liturgy.htm   (304 words)

 The Center for Liturgy Sunday Web Site
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Every person in the pews wants help to be ready for Mass on Sunday.
www.liturgy.slu.edu   (102 words)

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