Then the deacon (or the priest) may add: All make an appropriate sign of peace, according to local custom. The priest gives the sign of peace to the deacon or minister.
Meanwhile, he takes the host and breaks it overthe paten. He places a small piece in the chalice,saying quietly:
Then the priest joins his hands and says quietly:Ginoong JesuKristo, ang pagkalawat sa imong Lawas ug Dugo, dili unta makapahamtang sa hukom ug silot batok kanako, kondili, tungod sa imong gugma ug kaluoy, manalipod ug magtambal unta sa akong kalag ug lawas.
P. Kini mao ang Kordero sa Dios nga nagawagtang sa mga sala sa kalibutan. Bulahan ang gidapit alang sa panihapon sa Ginoo.
Then, standing at the chair or at the altar, the priestsings or says: (The people rise) Priest and people pray in silence for a while, unless a period of silence hasalready been observed. Then the priestextends his hands and sings or says the prayer after communion, at the end of which the people respond, “Amen.”
The rite of dismissal takes place.Facing the people, the priest extendshis hands and sing or says:THE PEOPLE ANSWER: