USCCB - READINGS
LITURGICAL YEAR - CALENDAR
Mystagogical Reflection on the Collects of the Roman Missal,
for the Sundays and Holydays of the Liturgical Year of Grace 2013
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Christian Initiation Overnight 2013
Friday, August 9 -
Saturday, August 10
This year's Theme - Back to Basics: The Period of the Catechumenate
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ST. JOSEPH'S NAME ADDED TO EUCHARISTIC PRAYERS II, III & IV
On June 19 it was announced that the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments approved the addition of the name of St. Joseph in Eucharistic Prayers II, III and IV. As you know, Blessed Pope John XXIII added the name of St. Joseph to the Roman Canon (EP I) in 1962.
The Congregation has provided the Latin texts, which are now considered the typical edition, as well as official translations in the major western languages, including English and Spanish. These texts are for immediate use.
The texts can be found at http://www.usccb.org/prayer-and-worship/the-mass/order-of-mass/liturgy-of-the-eucharist/saint-joseph-in-the-eucharistic-prayers.cfm
Note: This revision in the typical edition is only for Eucharistic Prayers II, III and IV (the most often used of the Prayers) – and not for the Eucharistic Prayers for Various Needs and Occasions, for Reconciliation or for Masses with Children.
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THIRD EDITION OF THE ROMAN MISSAL AND OTHER LITURGICAL RITES
The Committee on Divine Worship of the USCCB has recently offered clarification in regard to those parts of the Roman Missal that are also part of other Liturgical Rites.
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NAVIGATING THE THIRD EDITION OF THE ROMAN MISSAL
In an effort to assist priests and liturgical ministers, the dioceses of the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions (FDLC) Region VII (dioceses of Illinois and Indiana) have developed a series of “charts” aimed at summarizing key points / differences of the new Roman Missal.