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  • This dialogue will be repeated five times during the liturgy with greater intensity each time, at the greeting, at the gospel, at the dialogue at the beginning of the Eucharistic prayer, at the sign of peace, and before the final blessing.
  • This dialogue will be repeated five times during the liturgy with greater intensity each time, at the greeting, at the gospel, at the dialogue at the beginning of the Eucharistic prayer, at the sign of peace, and before the final blessing.
  • This dialogue will be repeated five times during the liturgy with greater intensity each time, at the greeting, at the gospel, at the dialogue at the beginning of the Eucharistic prayer, at the sign of peace, and before the final blessing.
  • This dialogue will be repeated five times during the liturgy with greater intensity each time, at the greeting, at the gospel, at the dialogue at the beginning of the Eucharistic prayer, at the sign of peace, and before the final blessing.
  • THE WORDING OF THIS STILL SEEMS AWKWARD

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  • The Evangelizing Community A DIFFERENT LENS WITH WHICH TO VIEW THE NEW ROMAN MISSAL Father Tim Keeney Saint Anne Catholic Church November 2011
  • Basic Gospel We are all about the death and resurrection of Jesus How we participate in his death and resurrection is the story of our spiritual lives Our identity with Christ is accomplished and sealed by the Holy Spirit
  • The Paschal Mystery  All ministry helps people experience the Paschal Mystery—the death and resurrection of Christ  All ministry takes place in the dynamics of the Trinity—love and self-gift for the sake of the other  Priests are, par excellence, ministers, and by our baptism all are ministers through our common priesthood
  • The Liturgy We have to be aware of how: Liturgy is an asset for  The language of the New people Roman Missal draws us into a deeper In today’s culture understanding of: liturgy can appear to be a The Gospel liability Paschal Mystery Mystery of the Trinity
  • A Useful Distinction WorshipLiturgy Experience A standard ritual  A designed service which everyone which can contain many accepts that allows points of novelty and people to enter it which attempts to induce from many different certain emotions and emotional and personal perspectives in the perspectives participants
  • Distinction between ParticipantsLiturgy Congregation Each of us must be an active participantWorship Experience AudiencePassive recipients ofwhat is being presented
  •  Different styles of celebrating  The words of the text are starting points needing a rhetoric to communicate meaning  The Mass is formed as aTHE series of calls and responses between the priest and theMASS congregation
  • The Language of the New Missal  Closer to the Latin  More Poetic  Draws upon ancient prayers of the Church  Emphasizes our humility before God  Emphasizes the Holiness of God  More Theological  More Scriptural  More unified with other languages
  • The DynamicsThe Eucharist is an interactive experience that is fundamentally evangelizing: we call people to conversion, we celebrate commitment, we send people forth.
  • The Eucharist is Interactive
  • The Introductory RitesGreeting
  • The Introductory Rites • HIPenitential Act
  • The Introductory Rites • HIPenitential Act
  • The Introductory Rites HI GLORIAGloria
  • The Introductory Rites HI GLORIAGloria
  • The Introductory Rites HI GLORIAGloria
  • The Liturgy of the Word1ST Word and Response THE FIRST RESPONSE TO THE WORD OF GOD IS THE RECITATION OF THE CREED “I ACCEPT, I BELIEVE”
  • The Liturgy of the Word • HI GOSPELGospel
  • The Liturgy of the Word • HI GOSPELGospel
  • The CreedI believe in one God, the Father almighty,maker of heaven and earth,of all things visible and invisible.I believe in one Lord Jesus Christ,the Only Begotten Son of God,born of the Father before all ages.God from God, Light from Light,true God from true God,begotten, not made,consubstantial with the Father,through him all things were made.
  • The CreedFor us men and for our salvationhe came down from heaven,and by the Holy Spiritwas incarnate of the Virgin Mary,and became man.For our sake he wascrucified under Pontius Pilate,He suffered death and was buried,and rose again on the third day,in accordance with the Scriptures.
  • The CreedHe ascended into heaven and is seatedat the right hand of the Father.He will come again in glory to judgethe living and the dead,and his kingdom will have no end.I believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord,the giver of life, who proceeds from theFather and the Son, who with the Fatherand the Son is ad0red and glorified,who has spoken through the prophets.
  • The CreedI believe in one, holy, catholic andapostolic Church.I confess one baptism for theforgiveness of sinsand I look forward tothe resurrection of the dead and thelife of the world to come. Amen
  • The CreedFides Quae…The content ofthe articles of faith that I acceptFides Qua…The act of faith bywhich I accept not only thecontent but the God who actsin our lives
  • FaithBeyond and through  Apostles Creed the words, how do  Alternating we help people sides recite the see the Creed fundamental act of  Renewal of trust and acceptance baptism the Creed expresses? promises
  • 2nd Word andResponse THE SECOND RESPONSETO THE WORD OF GOD IS AT THE OFFERTORY The Offertory
  • The OffertoryI give myself, “By the mystery of this we give water and wine may we ourselves come to share to God in in the divinity response of Christ who to humbled The W O R D himself to share in our humanity.”
  • The Offertory Fruit of the earth Fruit of the vine Work of human hands
  • The OffertoryThe Offertory is the GIFT OF ONE’S SELF, one’s resources, one’s being, in response to the LOVE OF GOD
  • The Offertory More radical than “tithing” More radical than “free will offering” More radical than “be generous” with your resourcesWE ARE ASKING CATHOLICS TO GIVE THEMSELVES
  • The OffertoryWe are not just askingpeople to “support theparish”(pay bills),but to support theKingdom of Godwhich we believerstry to serve
  • The OffertoryWHAT IS GOD ASKING OF ME? AM I NOT LIKE ABRAHAM, MOSES, JEREMIAH, ESTHER, JUDITH, TOBIT, PETER, JOHN, PAUL?
  • The OffertoryWILL I SAY “YES” TO GOD?
  • The Doxology3rd Word and ResponseThe “GREAT AMEN” in response to the Doxology sums up the aims of stewardship and discipleship expressed through the Eucharistic Prayer
  • The Eucharistic Prayer The Doxology affirms the whole Eucharistic Prayer “Lift up your hearts” “Let us give thanks” Remembrance and re-enacting the gift of Christ of himself in the Eucharist The gifts are consecrated; the givers of the gifts are consecrated
  • Identity with Christ  “May we become one body, one spirit in Christ”  “May he make of us an eternal offering to you”
  • Identity with Christ “Grant in your loving kindness to all who partake of this one Bread and one Chalice that. . . they may truly become a living sacrifice in Christ” “Holy Father, we humbly beseech you to accept us also, together with your Son”
  • The Liturgy of the Eucharist hiOrate, fratres
  • The Liturgy of the Eucharist hiPreface Dialogue
  • The sacrifice is not only the death of Jesus, not only the elements that bring us into unity with Jesus’ death and resurrection, but also the people are identified with Jesus’ eternal self-giving
  • The Memorial AcclamationThe Memorial Acclamation
  • The Memorial AcclamationThe Memorial Acclamation
  • The Doxology“Through Him, with Him, in Him, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, all glory and honor is Yours, almighty Father, forever and ever. Amen.”
  • The Doxology and Stewardship We make God the center of our lives We pledge God all glory (praise) We pledge God all honor (resources of self and world) We center ourselves in the Trinity of eternal life and love We anticipate the Kingdom, when all creation reaches fulfillment
  • The Communion Rite4th Word and Response THE RECEPTION OF COMMUNION IS A RESPONSE TO THE WORD OF GOD
  • The Communion Rite I become Christ’s body I live Christ’s life
  • The Communion Rite More than just a receiving of the Body of Christ (passive) Also a commitment to become the Body of Christ—on the part of the congregation and on the part of the individual disciple (active)
  • The Communion RiteWill I take to myself the body of Jesus? The body that was broken?Will I take his chalice to my lips? The chalice that is shed for the life of all?Will I live Christ’s death so I may live his life? Will I live his life in the world?
  • The Communion Rite lord I amBehold the Lamb of God
  • The Communion Rite Communion is our way of accepting the challenge of Jesus, “UNLESS YOU TAKE UP YOUR CROSS EVERY DAY,YOU CANNOT BE MY DISCIPLES”
  • The Concluding Rites5th Word and Response THE DISMISSAL IS OUR FINAL RESPONSE TO THE WORD OF GOD
  • The Concluding RitesDismissal Commitment“Go and announce “I will live my the Gospel of faith in the the Lord” world”
  • The Concluding Rites We are not church mice We are not monks We go forth into the world (world having both good and bad meanings) We go forth to be Christ’s Body in the World
  • The Concluding Rites hiDismissal
  • The Concluding RitesDismissal is our Dismissal is our accepting the commitment to fundamental live out the idea of meaning of the MISSION Mass at the heart of throughout the discipleship week as disciples- family, work, friendship, civic life
  • CelebrationThe problem of automatic pilot ~priests and people “go through theroutine” and, worst of all, theylook like they are just goingthrough the routine
  • CELEBRATIONCelebrate the Mass as if it were your first MassCelebrate the Mass as if it were your last MassCelebrate the Mass as if it were your only Mass
  • At every Mass There are seekers There are people thinking about returning There are grieving people There are spiritually starving people There are people from groups that are on the edge—young adults, parents
  • By my participation andhow I participate at Mass,am I willing to be part of anevangelizing community?