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Rite of institution of readers and acolytes.

Catholic Church

Rite of institution of readers and acolytes.

Admission to candidacy for the diaconate and presbyterate. Ordination of deacons, presbyters, and bishops : provisional text

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Published by National Conference of Catholic Bishops, Bishops" Committee on the Liturgy in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ordination (Liturgy)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAdmission to candidacy for the diaconate and presbyterate, Ordination of deacons, presbyters, and bishops
    Statementprepared by the International Committee on English in the Liturgy.
    ContributionsInternational Committee on English in the Liturgy.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 70 p. ;
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18261865M

      Acolytes in Church History The word acolyte is derived from the Greek word akolouthos, meaning companion, attendant, or helper. The ministry of acolytes has its roots in the Old Testament, where the prophet Samuel is seen assisting Eli, the Levite priest, and .   The functions that the acolyte may carry out are of various kinds and several may occur at the same moment. Hence, it is desirable that these duties be suitably distributed among several acolytes. If, in fact, only one acolyte is present, he should perform the more important duties while the rest are to be distributed among several ministers.

    The main impetus for the current reform of ordination rites for bishop, priest, and deacon, as well as the new rites for the institution of readers and acolytes was given by Vatican II. The Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, Dec. 4, , stated (par. 76): "Both the ceremonies and texts of the ordination rites . This study edition contains the officially approved texts and rubrics for the following: Institutions of Readers and Acolytes; Ordination of Deacons, Priests, and Bishops; Rite of Religious Profession; Blessing of Persons: Abbot, Abbess; Consecrating to a Life of Virginity; Rite of Commissioning Special Ministers of Holy Communion; Dedication of a Church and Altar. Appendices include.

      I have heard that while the older Roman Ritual was in force, a man who had received the order of Lector was permitted to bless fruits and nuts. I know that the current Book of Blessings provides in the case of many blessings a rite which can be performed by lay people and that an acolyte or lector is preferred over other lay people in performing these rites, but my question is more historical. The Latin Rite. In the Latin Rite, the other major orders — those of deacon, priest, and bishop — are considered of divine institution and part of the sacrament of Holy Orders, whereas the subdiaconate and the minor orders were considered of ecclesiastical institution, created by the , the subdiaconate was only generally considered a major order in the Latin church from the.


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Rite of institution of readers and acolytes.: Admission to candidacy for the diaconate and presbyterate. Ordination of deacons, presbyters, and bishops: provisional text. National Conference of Catholic Bishops, Bishops' Committee on the Liturgy.

in English. : Rite of institution of readers and acolytes. Admission to candidacy for the diaconate and presbyterate. Ordination of deacons, presbyters, and bishops: the Roman pontifical revised by decree of the second Vatican Council and published by authority of Pope Paul VI: provisional text.

This study edition contains the officially approved texts and rubrics for the following: Institutions of Readers and Acolytes; Ordination of Deacons, Priests, and Bishops; Rite of Religious Profession; Blessing of Persons: Abbot, Abbess; Consecrating to a life of Virginity; Rite of Commissioning Special Ministers of Holy Communion; Dedication of a Church and Altar/5(18).

RITE FOR INSTITUTION OF LECTORS AND ACOLYTES If within the Mass, it is carried out after the Gospel reading. CALLING OF THE CANDIDATES Fr. Andrew Candidate Fr.

Andrew Those to be instituted in the ministry of lector and in the ministry of acolyte please come forward. Present. Please all be seated for the homily.4/5(9). The rite of institution of readers and acolytes will soon be published by the competent department of the Roman Curia.” The essential norms of this document were later incorporated into canons and of the Code of Canon Law.

The rite of institution of readers and acolytes will soon be published by the competent department of the Roman Curia. The essential norms of this document were later incorporated into canons and of the Code of Canon Law.

rites in addition to what is provided in the respective liturgical books. INSTITUTED ACOLYTES AND LECTORS 98 The acolyte is instituted to serve at the altar and to assist the priest and deacon. In particular, it is for him to prepare the altar and the vessels and, if necessary, as an.

The Rite of Institution for Acolytes – Structure of the Rite – A. after the Gospel reading, the candidate is called – B. instruction or homily – C. Prayer – D. handing over of the vessel with the bread or wine to be consecrated – E. continuation of the mass with the acolytes. Institution of Lectors.

Pages 41 - INSTITUTION OF READERS [Handwritten] John L. CHAPTER I. THE INSTITUTION OF READERS. INTRODUCTION. Readers are instituted by the bishop or the major superior of a clerical religious institute.

The rite takes place during Mass or during a celebration of the word of God. the whole Latin Church, namely, those of reader and acolyte. The functions heretofore assigned to the subdeacon are entrusted to the reader and the acolyte; consequently, the major order of subdiaconate no longer exists in the Latin Church.

There is, however, no reason why the acolyte cannot. Dispensation from receiving these ministries on the part of such candidates is reserved to the Holy conferring of ministries does not bring with it the right to support or remuneration from the rite of institution of readers and acolytes will soon be published by the competent department of the Roman Curia.

The Overview and Tribunal Case show an attempt to promote the rights of Instituted Readers: to read, wear an alb, and have a certificate. To read - in accordance with the Ceremonial of Bishops, n "INSTITUTION OF READERS.

The reader is appointed for a function proper to him, that of reading the word of God in the liturgical assembly.". Other Rites. The following rites are also found in the Pontifical: Institution of Ministers Institution of Readers; Institution of Acolytes; Consecration to a life of virginity; Rite of Religious Profession; Blessing of Abbots or Abbesses; Blessing of Objects & Places; Order of Crowning an Image of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

This study edition contains the officially approved texts and rubrics for the following: Institutions of Readers and Acolytes; Ordination of Deacons, Priests, and Bishops; Rite of Religious Profession; Blessing of Persons: Abbot, Abbess; Consecrating to a life of Virginity; Rite of Commissioning Special Ministers of Holy Communion; Dedication of a Church and Altar.

When it comes to the function and role of an instituted lector (reader), there are three relevant documents. Ministeria Quaedam, (MQ) the apostolic letter of Pope Paul VI, which established the ministries of lector and acolyte.

The General Instruction of the Roman Missal (GIRM). The General Introduction to the Lectionary (GIL). In the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church, the term "lector" or "reader" can mean someone who in a particular liturgy is assigned to read a Biblical text other than the Gospel.

(Reading the Gospel at Mass is reserved specifically to the deacon or, in his absence, to the priest.)But it also has the more specific meaning of a person who has been "instituted" as a lector or reader, and is such. Part Two is on the institution of lay ministers, specifically of readers and acolytes.

Part Three contains the rites of ordination of deacons, presbyters, and bishops; also of admission to candidacy for diaconate and presbyterate and of commitment to celibacy (the latter as.

Rite of Confirmation (second edition), The Ordination of Deacons, Priests, and Bishops, (superseded) The Rite of Blessing of An Abbot or Abbess and the Rite of Consecration to a Life of Virginity, The Roman Calendar, The Institution of Readers and Acolytes/ The Admission to.

Rite of Baptism for children. Rite of ConfirmationRite of penanceHoly Communion and, worship of the Eucharist outside MassRite of the Blessing oils. Rite of consecrating the ChrismRite of marriageRite of Anointing and pastoral care of the sickRite of funeralsRite of institution of readers and acolytes.

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Each of the men, who represent 17 parishes, came forward to Archbishop Gregory and received the Book of Sacred Scripture to designate them readers, and a chalice, containing wine to be consecrated during the Liturgy of the Eucharist, designating them acolytes.Institutions of Readers and Acolytes - Ordination of Deacons, Priests, and Bishops; Rite of Religious Profession ; Blessing of Persons: Abbot, Abbess; - Consecrating to a life of Virginity; Rite of Commissioning Special Ministers of Holy Communion - Dedication of a Church and Altar.

Appendices include: Reception of the Bishop in the Cathedral.