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missal

[Lat.,=of the mass], in the Roman Catholic Church, liturgical book containing all directions and texts necessary for the performance of MassMass,
religious service of the Roman Catholic Church, which has as its central act the performance of the sacrament of the Eucharist. It is based on the ancient Latin liturgy of the city of Rome, now used in most, but not all, Roman Catholic churches. The term Mass [Lat.
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 throughout the year. The Roman Missal (Missale Romanum) published by Pope Pius V in 1570, over the years replaced the widespread use of separate missals by each diocese. A number of religious orders (e.g., the Dominicans) and certain privileged dioceses (e.g., Milan) still use missals containing elements proper to themselves. The missal is in Latin and vernacular forms. The Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, issued by the Second Vatican Council in 1963, initiated a full-scale reform of the text of the Roman Missal.

missal

RC Church a book containing the prayers, rites, etc., of the Masses for a complete year
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Skurla of the Byzantine eparchy of Passaic, N J, said the council was split about whether implementation of the missal should be gradual or all at once.
Colloton acknowledged that the new missal translation will bring changes in the Mass but said it also offers Catholics an opportunity to find a "deeper relationship with Jesus Christ" so that "we can sing to the Lord with new words," and he directed the crowd to sing the latter in unison.
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It was also added to the Roman Missal after the Holy Year of Reconciliation in 1975.
Another good idea is bringing back the missal translation of 1998, as suggested by O'Collins and his co-author Wilkins in their book Lost in Translation.
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The four books identified as possibly owned by Mary are a Latin breviary printed in Lyon in 1556, (2) a Latin missal printed in Lyon in 1550, (3) Ludolphus de Saxonia's Vita Christi printed in Paris in 1534, (4) and Luigi Lippomano's Vitarum sanctorum printed in Venice in 1554.
In 2007, Pope Benedict XVI recognized the current Roman Missal (3rd typical ed.) and the 1962 Roman Missal as "two usages of the one Roman rite" (the "ordinary form" and "extraordinary form," respectively) (Summorum pontificium 1).
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