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Title: The Order of the Mass


1
The Order of the Mass
  • 10 November 2009
  • Fr. Keith A. Mathur
  • R.C.I.A. Presentation

2
General Theology on the Mass
  • Celebration of the Eucharist
  • Instituted at the Last Supper When?
  • The Mass is very biblical
  • Paschal Mystery- celebrated
  • Heaven and earth collide at the altar during the
    Mass
  • The Mass makes present again the one single
    sacrifice of Jesus on the Cross. (Sacrifice of
    the Mass)
  • Greatest thing
  • in the world!

3
4 Parts of the Mass
  • 1.) Introductory Rites
  • 2.) Liturgy of the Word
  • 3.) Liturgy of the Eucharist
  • 4.) Concluding Rite

4
INTRODUCTORY RITES
5
Processional
  • Psalm 434
  • Procession
  • Genuflect/Bow
  • Reverence the altar
  • Take appropriate seats

6
Greeting
  • Matthew 1820
  • Sign of the Cross
  • Priests greets people
  • The Lord be with you or other options

7
Penitential Rite
  • Matthew 913
  • Communal admittance of ones sins
  • True worship requires ________
  • This rite can be carried out in various ways.
  • Confiteor
  • Lord Have Mercy

8
The Gloria
  • Luke 214
  • Hymn of praise
  • Very ancient hymn
  • Sung/spoken at every Sunday Mass except during
    Advent and Lent

9
The Collect
  • Psalm 69
  • Fancy name for the Opening Prayer
  • Observe brief period of silence after Let us
    pray and the actual prayer to collect
    ourselves.
  • Prayer usually expresses the main theme of the
    Mass.
  • Connection with the readings.
  • Words are addressed to the Father, through the
    Son and in the Holy Spirit (TRINITY!!!?)

10
THE LITURGY OF THE WORD
  • Luke 1128

11
Readings (1st, Responsorial Psalm, 2nd, Gospel
Verse, Gospel)
  • Matthew 44
  • Christ is present when His word is proclaimed.
  • Table of the word
  • Instructs and prepares us to celebrate at the
    Table of the Eucharist
  • First reading usually, but not always from Old
    Testament
  • Responsorial Psalm
  • 2nd Reading- New Testament
  • Gospel Verse- Alleluia except during Lent
  • Gospel--- Matthew, Mark, Luke, John

12
The Homily
  • Col. 21-2
  • St. Augustine
  • 1.) To instruct
  • 2.) To encourage
  • 3.) To entertain
  • Need for a healthy balance
  • between the 3.
  • If all you do is one of them, then it usually
    fails.

13
The Profession of Faith
  • John 668-69
  • Summary of all that we believe
  • Ancient formula founded in 325 A.D.
  • Every Sunday/Solemnity
  • Express ones faith prior to celebrating the
    Eucharist
  • Bow during by the power of the Holy Spirit

14
Prayers of the Faithful
  • Psalm 201-5
  • Remind the faithful that they are united to all
    their brothers/sister around the world.
  • Prayers for the church, the nation, military,
    sick, dead, special needs, poor, etc.

15
  • BREAK TIME

16
The Liturgy of the Eucharist
  • Luke 2219

17
Preparation of the Gifts
  • Ps. 5117
  • Altar is prepared
  • Gifts of bread/wine are brought forward
  • Spiritual sense We are bring our very selves
    forward as an offering
  • Blesses the gifts
  • Washes hands
  • Invitation to pray (Pray my brothers and sisters)

18
Prayer over the Gifts and the Preface
  • Prayer that builds on the themes of the Mass and
    serves as an entrance into the Eucharistic
    Prayer.
  • Preface--- numerous ones depending on the feast
    day or season of the year.

19
The Eucharistic Prayer
  • Heb. 911-12
  • Mass as a Sacrifice
  • Christ made present
  • There are 4 ordinary Eucharistic prayers.
  • Most important part of Eucharistic Prayer words
    of institution
  • In Persona Christi priest
  • This is MY body
  • This is MY blood
  • Most sacred action of the priesthood
  • Source and summit of the Christian life

20
The Lords Prayer
  • Mt. 67-8
  • Words that Jesus taught his very disciples
  • Petition for nourishment
  • Implores forgiveness of sins
  • Made holy for the Eucharist

21
The Sign of Peace
  • Jn. 1427
  • Exchange of a sign of peace
  • Therefore if you are offering your gift at the
    altar and there remember that your brother has
    something against you, leave your gift there in
    front of the altar. First go and be reconciled
    with your brother then come and offer your gift.
  • -- Matthew 5 23-24
  • Sign of Peace is optional USCCB has asked one of
    two things during Flu Season 1.) Omit 2.) Bow

22
The Lamb of God
  • Rev. 512
  • Beautiful imagery
  • Lamb that goes to slaughter for our sake
  • Takes away the sins of the whole world

23
Communion
  • Jn 653-54
  • Greatest privilege of those in complete union
    with Christ
  • Approach with humility
  • Approach free from mortal sin
  • 1 hour fast
  • Sign of reverence bow
  • Received either on tongue/hand
  • Time for meditation afterwards

24
The Concluding Rite
25
  • 1.) Closing Prayer
  • Gratitude for the gift of the Eucharist
  • 2.) Final Blessing
  • 3.) Dismissal

26
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