Proclamation of the Word (Sound) Tauber, Colmery, Thomas, Lett, Delrio

ā€œI am under obligation both to the Greeks and to the barbarians, both to the wise and to the foolish. Thus, for my part I am eager to preach the gospel to you also who are in Rome. For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek.ā€ (Romans 1:14-16)
Scripture makes God present through the bible verses. The Council declared that Jesus instituted the Mass at his Last Supper: "He offered up to God the Father His own body and blood under the species of bread and wine; and, under the symbols of those same things, He delivered (His own body and blood) to be received by His apostles, whom He then constituted priests of the New Testament; and by those words, Do this in commemoration of me, He commanded them and their successors in the priesthood, to offer (them); even as the Catholic Church has always understood and taught.
The Christmas Proclamation is traditionally chanted during the Christmas midnight mass in the Roman Catholic Church. Originating from the Roman Martyrology, the proclamation attempts to place the birth of Christ within the context of salvation history. While the proclamation had been removed during the liturgical reforms following Vatican II, Pope John Paul II restored the usage of the Proclamation during the 1980 Papal Christmas midnight mass. Since then, many parishes re-instituted the Proclamation as well.
It can be done passively by listening or actively by participating in the scripture. On Sundays and solemnities, there are three Scripture Reflection adings. During most of the year, the first reading is from the Old Testament and the second reading is from one of the New Testament letters. During Easter Time, the first reading is taken from the Acts of the Apostles which tells the story of the Church in its earliest days. The last reading is always taken from one of the four Gospels.
Order Of Mass INTRODUCTORY RITES -Entrance -Greeting -Penitential Act -Glory to God -Collect LITURGY OF THE WORD -First Reading -Responsorial Psalm -Second Reading (on Sundays and solemnities) -Gospel Acclamation -Gospel -Homily -Profession of Faith (on Sundays, solemnities, and special occasions) -Universal Prayer LITURGY OF THE EUCHARIST -Presentation of the Gifts and Preparation of the Altar -Prayer over the Offerings -Eucharistic Prayer -Preface Holy, Holy, Holy First half of prayer, including Consecration Mystery of Faith Second half of prayer, ending with Doxology -The Lord's Prayer -Sign of Peace -Lamb of God -Communion -Prayer after Communion CONCLUDING RITES -Optional announcements -Greeting and Blessing -Dismissal
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