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Title: Chapters 14,12,


1
Chapters 14,12, 11
  • Catholic Rituals and Customs

2
Death Notifications
  • Death Notice
  • A paid notice in a newspaper announcing the death
    and funeral arrangements of a person
  • Obituary
  • A newspaper column containing a biographical
    sketch of someone who has recently died

3
Prayers for the Dead
  • Custom dating back to Jewish peoples
  • 2 Maccabees 2339-45
  • Early Christians anniversary prayers for the
    dead
  • 1274 Council of Lyons
  • Dead could be assisted with intercessory prayers
    at Mass, almsgiving, prayers in general
  • Pope Sixtus IV (1476)
  • Granted first plenary indulgence
  • The remission before God of temporal punishment
    due for sins, remission that a person acquires
    through the intervention of the Church
  • 1840 Revision
  • Indulgences can free a person from their sins,
    but God still is in control

4
Catholic Cemeteries
  • Desire for people to be buried near their family
    or friends
  • Refers back to early Christians desire of
    wanting to be buried near the saints and martyrs
  • Early Cemeteries were adjacent to church
    buildings
  • Connection to the Church
  • Vital part of the Churchs mission
  • Corporal work of mercy to bury the dead
  • Three key aspects of Catholic cemeteries
  • Witnesses to the membership of all in the
    Communion of Saints
  • Witnesses to social justice
  • Witnesses to belief in the Resurrection

5
Catholic Customs
  • Starting point
  • Christs resurrection
  • Event that conquered sin and death forever
  • Gives us hope in the face of suffering
  • Themes
  • New life, rejoicing
  • Purpose
  • Consolation, strength, healing

6
Triduum
  • Holiest time of the Christian year
  • The celebration of Christs passing from death to
    life
  • Tres (Three) dies (days)
  • Thursday evening Sunday evening
  • Evening evening / reflect Jewish days
  • In between Lent and Easter seasons

7
Paschal Mystery
  • Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday
  • Christian Passover / Paschal Mystery
  • Center of Christian faith
  • Christs passing over from death to life
  • Occurred around time of Jewish Passover,
    recalling the Exodus event

8
Holy Thursday
  • Beginning of the Triduum
  • Mass of the Lords Supper
  • 2 major aspects
  • Institution of the priesthood (service)
  • Institution of the Eucharist

9
Good Friday
  • Recalls Christs crucifixion
  • The only day that Mass is never celebrated
  • Liturgy of the Lords Passion
  • 3 parts
  • Liturgy of the Word
  • Suffering Servant
  • Johns Passion
  • Veneration of the Cross
  • Communion Service

10
Holy Saturday
  • Day kept in meditation
  • Commemorates time Jesus spent in the tomb
  • Eerie feeling Church empty (no AM Mass)
  • Preparing for Vigil
  • Death seems to have won darkness dominates
    until

11
Easter Vigil
  • The Service of Light
  • Darkness gives way to light death gives way to
    life
  • The Great Vigil the holiest night of the year

12
Service of Light
  • Service of Light
  • Paschal Candle lit from a blessed fire outside
  • Entering the church in darkness
  • All sing Christ our Light
  • Individual candles lit light spreads
  • Easter Proclamation

13
Liturgy of the Word
  • Several up to 7 OT readings followed by New
    Testament and Gospel
  • Gloria after last OT reading lights come on
    slowly
  • Alleluia
  • Gospel about Resurrection

14
Liturgy of Baptism
  • Begins with the Litany of Saints
  • Catechumens
  • The unbaptized who are taking part in the process
    that leads to Baptism
  • Paschal Candle into water
  • Neophytes
  • Newly baptized
  • Renewal of Baptismal Promises

15
Liturgy of the Eucharist
  • Continues as usual
  • EASTER PREFACE I
  • Scripture
  • Romans 6 3-11
  • Mass finishes with a blessing

16
Order of Christian Funerals
  • 3 parts each reflecting the paschal character of
    Christian death
  • Similar in structure to the Triduum
  • 3 parts ? 1 liturgy (Mass)
  • Vigil Service
  • Funeral Liturgy
  • Committal Right

17
Vigil Service
  • Usually celebrated in the Funeral Home
  • Priest, deacon, or lay person
  • Initial Sign of the Cross
  • The beginning of the Order of Christian Funerals
  • 3 Parts to the Vigil
  • Introductory Rights
  • Liturgy of the Word
  • Prayers of Intercession

18
Funeral Liturgy
  • Not Begun with the sign of the Cross
  • Continuation from vigil
  • Color of vestments ? white
  • Liturgy celebrates life
  • Reception of the Body
  • Liturgy of the Word / Liturgy of the Eucharist
  • Themes of Resurrection and new life
  • Final Commendation and Farewell
  • Incensation and prayers for the deceased

19
Funeral Liturgy (cont)
  • Celebration of life
  • Major Symbolism connected with Baptism
  • White vestments
  • Life conquering death
  • Use of the Paschal Candle
  • Referring to Christ as the Light of the World
  • Sprinkling with Holy Water
  • Recalling our baptism
  • Funeral Pall
  • Recalling our baptism, being clothed in Christ
  • In Baptism we die with Christ, in death we rise
    with him into glory

20
Rite of Committal
  • Usually performed at the cemetery
  • Grave site or internment chapel
  • Priest, deacon, or lay person
  • Does not begin with sign of the cross
  • Scripture reading
  • Prayers of the faithful
  • Final blessing of casket and the people
  • The end of the Order of Christian Funerals

21
Baptism
  • The way into our Church
  • Performed by priest or deacon
  • Matter
  • Water
  • Form
  • Words of baptism
  • 5 major aspects from CCC

22
Major aspects of Baptism
  • Foundation of Christian Life (1213)
  • Baptism is the basis for Christian life and the
    door which gives access to the other sacraments
  • Original Sin (405)
  • Baptism removes the original sin caused by Adam
    and Eve turns us back to God leaving
    concupiscence

23
Aspects (cont)
  • Indelible Character (1272)
  • Baptism seals the Christian with an indelible
    spiritual mark of belonging to Christ
  • Allows us to spend our lives in service to God
    through our lives in the Church
  • Sacrament of Faith (1253)
  • It is only within the community of the Church
    that the faithful can believe
  • Incorporation into the Church (1267)
  • Baptism makes us members of the Body of Christ

24
2 Rites of Baptism
  • Infant Baptism RCIA
  • Celebrate dying to sin and rising to new life in
    Christ
  • Baptism of Desire
  • Those who want to be baptized and die before are
    considered to be baptized by their desire
  • Key parts
  • Exorcism
  • A rite in which evil spirits are driven out of a
    person or place by the authority of God and with
    the prayer of the Church
  • Anointing with the Oil of the Catechumens
  • Profession of Faith

25
Key parts (cont)
  • Baptism
  • Immersion or infusion
  • Trinitarian formula
  • Anointing with Chrism
  • Also used at Confirmation and Holy Orders
  • Opening of the Ears and Mouth
  • To hear the teaching of Christ and preach the
    Good News
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Title: Chapters 14,12,


1
Chapters 14,12, 11
  • Catholic Rituals and Customs

2
Death Notifications
  • Death Notice
  • A paid notice in a newspaper announcing the death
    and funeral arrangements of a person
  • Obituary
  • A newspaper column containing a biographical
    sketch of someone who has recently died

3
Prayers for the Dead
  • Custom dating back to Jewish peoples
  • 2 Maccabees 2339-45
  • Early Christians anniversary prayers for the
    dead
  • 1274 Council of Lyons
  • Dead could be assisted with intercessory prayers
    at Mass, almsgiving, prayers in general
  • Pope Sixtus IV (1476)
  • Granted first plenary indulgence
  • The remission before God of temporal punishment
    due for sins, remission that a person acquires
    through the intervention of the Church
  • 1840 Revision
  • Indulgences can free a person from their sins,
    but God still is in control

4
Catholic Cemeteries
  • Desire for people to be buried near their family
    or friends
  • Refers back to early Christians desire of
    wanting to be buried near the saints and martyrs
  • Early Cemeteries were adjacent to church
    buildings
  • Connection to the Church
  • Vital part of the Churchs mission
  • Corporal work of mercy to bury the dead
  • Three key aspects of Catholic cemeteries
  • Witnesses to the membership of all in the
    Communion of Saints
  • Witnesses to social justice
  • Witnesses to belief in the Resurrection

5
Catholic Customs
  • Starting point
  • Christs resurrection
  • Event that conquered sin and death forever
  • Gives us hope in the face of suffering
  • Themes
  • New life, rejoicing
  • Purpose
  • Consolation, strength, healing

6
Triduum
  • Holiest time of the Christian year
  • The celebration of Christs passing from death to
    life
  • Tres (Three) dies (days)
  • Thursday evening Sunday evening
  • Evening evening / reflect Jewish days
  • In between Lent and Easter seasons

7
Paschal Mystery
  • Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday
  • Christian Passover / Paschal Mystery
  • Center of Christian faith
  • Christs passing over from death to life
  • Occurred around time of Jewish Passover,
    recalling the Exodus event

8
Holy Thursday
  • Beginning of the Triduum
  • Mass of the Lords Supper
  • 2 major aspects
  • Institution of the priesthood (service)
  • Institution of the Eucharist

9
Good Friday
  • Recalls Christs crucifixion
  • The only day that Mass is never celebrated
  • Liturgy of the Lords Passion
  • 3 parts
  • Liturgy of the Word
  • Suffering Servant
  • Johns Passion
  • Veneration of the Cross
  • Communion Service

10
Holy Saturday
  • Day kept in meditation
  • Commemorates time Jesus spent in the tomb
  • Eerie feeling Church empty (no AM Mass)
  • Preparing for Vigil
  • Death seems to have won darkness dominates
    until

11
Easter Vigil
  • The Service of Light
  • Darkness gives way to light death gives way to
    life
  • The Great Vigil the holiest night of the year

12
Service of Light
  • Service of Light
  • Paschal Candle lit from a blessed fire outside
  • Entering the church in darkness
  • All sing Christ our Light
  • Individual candles lit light spreads
  • Easter Proclamation

13
Liturgy of the Word
  • Several up to 7 OT readings followed by New
    Testament and Gospel
  • Gloria after last OT reading lights come on
    slowly
  • Alleluia
  • Gospel about Resurrection

14
Liturgy of Baptism
  • Begins with the Litany of Saints
  • Catechumens
  • The unbaptized who are taking part in the process
    that leads to Baptism
  • Paschal Candle into water
  • Neophytes
  • Newly baptized
  • Renewal of Baptismal Promises

15
Liturgy of the Eucharist
  • Continues as usual
  • EASTER PREFACE I
  • Scripture
  • Romans 6 3-11
  • Mass finishes with a blessing

16
Order of Christian Funerals
  • 3 parts each reflecting the paschal character of
    Christian death
  • Similar in structure to the Triduum
  • 3 parts ? 1 liturgy (Mass)
  • Vigil Service
  • Funeral Liturgy
  • Committal Right

17
Vigil Service
  • Usually celebrated in the Funeral Home
  • Priest, deacon, or lay person
  • Initial Sign of the Cross
  • The beginning of the Order of Christian Funerals
  • 3 Parts to the Vigil
  • Introductory Rights
  • Liturgy of the Word
  • Prayers of Intercession

18
Funeral Liturgy
  • Not Begun with the sign of the Cross
  • Continuation from vigil
  • Color of vestments ? white
  • Liturgy celebrates life
  • Reception of the Body
  • Liturgy of the Word / Liturgy of the Eucharist
  • Themes of Resurrection and new life
  • Final Commendation and Farewell
  • Incensation and prayers for the deceased

19
Funeral Liturgy (cont)
  • Celebration of life
  • Major Symbolism connected with Baptism
  • White vestments
  • Life conquering death
  • Use of the Paschal Candle
  • Referring to Christ as the Light of the World
  • Sprinkling with Holy Water
  • Recalling our baptism
  • Funeral Pall
  • Recalling our baptism, being clothed in Christ
  • In Baptism we die with Christ, in death we rise
    with him into glory

20
Rite of Committal
  • Usually performed at the cemetery
  • Grave site or internment chapel
  • Priest, deacon, or lay person
  • Does not begin with sign of the cross
  • Scripture reading
  • Prayers of the faithful
  • Final blessing of casket and the people
  • The end of the Order of Christian Funerals

21
Baptism
  • The way into our Church
  • Performed by priest or deacon
  • Matter
  • Water
  • Form
  • Words of baptism
  • 5 major aspects from CCC

22
Major aspects of Baptism
  • Foundation of Christian Life (1213)
  • Baptism is the basis for Christian life and the
    door which gives access to the other sacraments
  • Original Sin (405)
  • Baptism removes the original sin caused by Adam
    and Eve turns us back to God leaving
    concupiscence

23
Aspects (cont)
  • Indelible Character (1272)
  • Baptism seals the Christian with an indelible
    spiritual mark of belonging to Christ
  • Allows us to spend our lives in service to God
    through our lives in the Church
  • Sacrament of Faith (1253)
  • It is only within the community of the Church
    that the faithful can believe
  • Incorporation into the Church (1267)
  • Baptism makes us members of the Body of Christ

24
2 Rites of Baptism
  • Infant Baptism RCIA
  • Celebrate dying to sin and rising to new life in
    Christ
  • Baptism of Desire
  • Those who want to be baptized and die before are
    considered to be baptized by their desire
  • Key parts
  • Exorcism
  • A rite in which evil spirits are driven out of a
    person or place by the authority of God and with
    the prayer of the Church
  • Anointing with the Oil of the Catechumens
  • Profession of Faith

25
Key parts (cont)
  • Baptism
  • Immersion or infusion
  • Trinitarian formula
  • Anointing with Chrism
  • Also used at Confirmation and Holy Orders
  • Opening of the Ears and Mouth
  • To hear the teaching of Christ and preach the
    Good News
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