5 edition of Living Liturgy for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion found in the catalog.
September 1, 2006 by Liturgical Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Joyce Ann Zimmerman C.PP.S. (Editor), Thomas A. Greisen (Editor), Kathleen Harmon S.N.D. de N. (Editor), Thomas L. Leclerc (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
It is difficult to maintain that five or ten extra minutes of silence or good sacred music constitutes an undue prolongation. They may also exercise this function at eucharistic celebrations where there are particularly large numbers of the faithfuland which would be excessively prolonged because of an insufficient number of ordained ministersto distribute Holy Communion. The local ordinary may give to other extraordinary ministers the faculty to distribute Holy Communion whenever this seems necessary for the pastoral good of the faithful, and when no priest, deacon, or acolyte is available. Everyone who is involved in any way with liturgical planning or ministries should get a copy of this document and read it carefully.
With the passage of time as the truth of the Eucharistic mystery, its power, and Christ's presence in it were more deeply understood, the usage adopted was that the minister himself placed the particle of the consecrated bread on the tongue of the communicant. In short, the clericalization of the laity presupposes a false understanding of the excellence of the clerical state. A thorough liturgical education emphasizing the distinct roles of priest and laity and equipping the students to reason peacefully with erring pastors would be far more in keeping with the manifest wishes of Holy Mother Church. The document continues: "These matters cause the grave pastoral responsibility of many to be recalled to mind. As one reviews the magisterial documents, one notices an increase in what might be called a tone of severity—first, a fuller critique of the abuses in themselves, and secondly, a reproof directed towards those who ignore what the Church is asking for.
This kind of unsacred training, coupled with extremely mushy catechesis, made it possible for me to remain in a state of total ignorance as to what the Eucharist actually is until about sixteen years of age, when in the course of reading a book attacking transubstantiation given to me by a priest most notable for his sandals and shortsleevesI became conscious, for the first time, of what the Church really teaches about the Eucharist. If practice is deemed useful, it would be easy and far better to do it outside of the Mass, using unconsecrated hosts and wine, much as seminarians do who are learning to offer Mass. With the passage of time as the truth of the Eucharistic mystery, its power, and Christ's presence in it were more deeply understood, the usage adopted was that the minister himself placed the particle of the consecrated bread on the tongue of the communicant. After noting that "a change in so important a matter
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When we read of "the size of Living Liturgy for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion book congregation or a particular difficulty in which a celebrant finds himself," it would fly in the face of common sense to say that Living Liturgy for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion book document had anything other thanunusual situationsin mind—massive gatherings where it would take an hour for a lone priest to distribute communion to everyone, or a health-condition that would make it nearly impossible for the priest to stand long enough to distribute hosts to all of the faithful receiving.
However, the illegal custom itself, having been insinuated among numerous congregations by priests who paid no heed to Church discipline, eventually became established de facto,and the Holy See backed down from her policy of over a thousand years and issued what is technically called a "rescript. For owing to complex causes often political in character, one does find in other areas of Church discipline a wavering between adherence to tradition and acceptance of innovations.
Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, and leads preaching and liturgy workshops for clergy and laity. To avoid creating confusion, certain practices are to be avoided and eliminated where such have emerged in particular Churches:extraordinary ministers receiving Holy Communion apart from the other faithful as though concelebrants;association with the renewal of promises made by priests at the Chrism Mass on Holy Thursday, as well as other categories of faithful who renew religious vows or receive a mandate as extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion;the habitual use of extraordinary ministers of Holy Communion at Mass, thus arbitrarily extending the concept of "a great number of the faithful.
It is not permitted that the faithful should themselves pick up the consecrated bread and the sacred chalice; still less that they should hand them from one to another.
In some of these official documents, one will find a well-elaborated theology of ministry, a solid account of the special priesthood of the ordained, the common priesthood of the baptized, and the distinct but complementary roles of laity and clergy in the Mystical Body of Christ.
Again, the phrase "the pressure of other pastoral duties" has to be understood in the framework of good common sense. For the curious, I should add that I do not have this book on my shelf, nor do I even remember its title; I do however have a well-thumbed copy of Paul VI's Mysterium Fidei,which ought to be required reading for every literate Catholic in the world.
A good pastor disposes himself towards the commands of the Church as the Centurion did towards the word of Christ; there is no need for lengthy explanations. Section And if, on top of this, many false views are put forward as self-evident truths, we are back in the soup of misinformation.
My purpose here is more limited: to gather together the passages having to do with the specific rules governing the collaboration of lay Eucharistic ministers.
Besides, it may be added that Living Liturgy for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion book kind of education required to be a responsible lay-minister of Holy Communion in no way necessarily demands actual repeated practice in Mass. End notesThe Code limits the distribution of holy communion to ordained ministers.
As one reviews the magisterial documents, one notices an increase in what might be called a tone of severity—first, a fuller critique of the abuses in themselves, and secondly, a reproof directed towards those who ignore what the Church is asking for. It should be noted that the article on the apostolate to the sick specifically reproves and urges the removal of the custom of lay people anointing the sick with holy oil, an abuse found widely among charismatic Catholics.
In short, and in spite of the clear reasons given in Memoriale Domini,the Roman authorities wavered and succumbed. Even if obedience alone would be sufficient, it Living Liturgy for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion book evident that pastors of souls who are animated by a keen awareness of their high calling will have a persistent desire to learn about the doctrinal principles and will explain them to their flocks as occasion permits.
It is primarily the function of priests and deacons to distribute Holy Communion to the faithful who seek it. As a consequence, the Modern Roman Rite as it is often celebrated decisively "laicizes" the clergy.
Peter, not so much because it adds any details to the legislation—it does not—but rather because of the moving fervor with which he ponders the mystery of the ordained priesthood and its corresponding ministerial primacy, a primacy that must not be obscured by any blurring of the fundamental distinction between priest and laity.
The Apostolic See earnestly urges bishops, priests, and faithful, therefore, to obey conscientiously the prevailing law, now reconfirmed.
The priests and deacons remain, as always, the ordinaryministers. Some time prior to the promulgation of Memoriale Domini, Paul VI had sent out a questionnaire to all the bishops asking, among other things, "Do you think that a positive response should be given to the request to allow the rite of receiving communion in the hand?
There are many who speak as though having authority, but all too often when you look closer, you see the blind leading the blind. The problematic custom of communion in the hand is now not only widespread, but almost obligatory and exceptionless as far as normal parish life is concerned.By focusing on the Sunday gospels and the Communion minister's own personal reflection, this indispensable aid helps those involved to reverently and prayerfully prepare and carry out their ministry.
Living Liturgy™ for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion begins with the First Sunday of Advent and includes the following. By focusing on the Sunday gospels and the Communion minister's own personal reflection, this indispensable aid helps those involved to reverently and prayerfully prepare and carry out their ministry.
Living Liturgy for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion begins with the First Sunday of Advent and includes the following. Rite of Commissioning Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion 1.
Persons authorised to distribute Holy Communion in special circumstances should be commissioned by the local Ordinary or his delegate according to the following rite. The rite should take place in the presence of the people during Mass or outside Mass.
A. DURING MASS 2.Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion Handbook Assisting at pdf celebration of the Holy Eucharist is always a privilege.
Your service enhances the worship of God for the people of Holy Name of Jesus Parish. Thank you for the time and preparation you put into the Ministry of Reader.Living Liturgy™ for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion begins with the First Sunday of Advent download pdf includes the following: Sunday-by-Sunday gospels Personal reflections for Communion ministers A brief theology of the ministry A separate insert card with the rite for Administration of Communion to the Sick by a Special Minister.Ordinarily, extraordinary ministers of Holy Ebook are not ebook of the entrance procession, and simply take their places within the assembly before the liturgy begins.
“All ministers of Holy Communion should show the greatest reverence for the Most Holy Eucharist by their demeanor, their attire, and the manner in which they handle the.