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1 Welcoming the ROMAN MISSAL Third Typical Edition

2 ROMAN MISSAL, Third Edition Gathering, Welcome, Housekeeping History of the Roman Missal – Q & A What’s Changing – What’s Not – Q & A break Close to the Latin – Q & A Waking up drowsy ears -- Q & A LUNCH – 30 minutes Experience the new music

3 ROMAN MISSAL, Third Edition

4 Ready or not.... It’s gonna happen! November 27, 2011 ROMAN MISSAL, Third Edition

5 Missale Romanum Prayers Readings Chants Instructions ROMAN MISSAL, Third Edition some history...

6 Leonine Sacramentary (end of the 6 th Century) Old Gelasian Sacramentary (7 th -8 th Century) Gregorian Sacramentary (late 8 th Century) Missal of Pius V (1570) Roman Ritual (1614) ROMAN MISSAL, Third Edition

7 Sacrosanctum Concilium (December 4, 1963) –full, conscious and active participation of the people... Roman Missal, first edition (1969/1974) Roman Missal, second edition (1975/1985) ROMAN MISSAL, Third Edition

8 Presidential prayers Order of the Mass Prefaces for Mass Eucharistic Prayers Others... ROMAN MISSAL, Third Edition

9 Why change the Roman Missal?... we like it the way it is... Who is changing the Roman Missal?... Pope, CDWDS, ICEL, USCCB How are they changing the Roman Missal?... a different method of translation



12 Lex Orandi Lex Credendi Lex Vivendi As we Worship So we Believe So we Live

13 ROMAN MISSAL, Third Edition “I encourage you now to seize the opportunity that the new translation offers for in-depth catechesis on the Eucharist, and renewed devotion in the manner of its celebration. ‘The more lively the Eucharistic faith of the people of God, the deeper is its sharing in ecclesial life in steadfast commitment to the mission entrust by Christ to his disciples.’” -- Pope Benedict, Sacramentum Caritatis 6

14 ROMAN MISSAL, Third Edition As we begin this work, please allow me to offer a few words of encouragement. I would encourage all of us to avoid the temptation to polarize and demonize; imputing blame or assigning motives to those which whom we disagree does nothing to build up the Church. I would encourage all of us to see what is good in the new Missal, to be open to surprises, and to see in the implementation process for the new Missal more than just a time to learn new words, but a time to embrace a serious catechesis on the liturgy. I would also encourage all of us to take the opportunity given us by the new Missal to do a liturgical “examination of conscience: and to let go of those bad habits that have crept in over time such as: making up our own words, failing to respect the dialogical nature of the Mass (by taking the people’s parts ourselves or running through our parts as if the people were not even there), not allowing for silence, and making efficiency the measure of our liturgical life. In the end, we are stewards of the liturgy, not its masters. The liturgy does not belong to us individually but to the whole Body of Christ. May the new Missal, the renewed liturgical life that it promises, bund us closer together as priests and as the people of God in this diocese. -- Martin Amos, Bishop of Davenport

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