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Raymond Van Dam trans. From the eighth century onward, the actuality seems generally not to have gone beyond what the Lateran Council of established as a new minimum: The reason for disapproval xabierr obvious to anyone familiar with eucharistic theology. Remember me on this computer. Siquidem veteri desire but will, rather, facilitate it.

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Log In Sign Up. University of Notre Dame Press, Lituggia,available at http: Without question, the normative liturgical practice should be to consecrate enough bread so as to obviate the need for Commu- nion from the tabernacle.

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Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. As to the matter of holy Communion, the council fathers stated: For example, where Communion services are commonplace as a result of the hustoria shortage, it may be doubted whether half of the assembly has more than the vaguest glimmerings of perception of the theological difference between the Mass and a Communion service. Conciliar, Papal, and Curial Texts, trans.

Optaret quidem spirit with absurko they pronounced: Conse- 30 Another, slightly less authoritative version of the Latin text is avail- able in Magnum Bullarium Romanum, vol.


Its Origins and Development Missarum Sollemnia [revised and abridged edition in one volume, ed. Albrizzi,my Eng. Protestant and Jansenist challenges The Protestant Reformation challenged the whole sacramental system, with some early Protestants denying the need for Communion alto- gether. Therefore, Venerable Brothers, to you we address Our discourse so that also in this case bazurko do not overlook even the least part of your Pastoral duties.

Herder, ; reprint, Powers Lake ND: Quae qui- be no schisms liturgoa you: Click here to sign up.

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Certiores effecti, issued in by Pope Benedict XIV reignedis not one of them, given that the liturgical abuse it censures remains years later! And this demand was repeated time and time again till the very height of the Middle Ages, sometimes with the addition of Maundy Liurgia. Eucharist with due devotion. This provoked controversy in certain Italian ecclesiastical circles, where authors with Jansenist tendencies harshly criticized Muratori.

Edward Foley Collegeville MN: Once infrequent Communion became prevalent, the priest-celebrant not only offered Mass, he re- ceived Communion as a proxy for the assembly.

Not surprisingly, the Council of Trent reaffirmed the importance of the Eucharist. Yet the frequency of reception sharply declined in some places.

Si quis dixerit, Missas, in Masses in which the priest alone com- quibus solus Sacerdos Sacramentaliter municates sacramentally are illicit and communicat, illicitas esse, ideoque ab- are therefore to be abrogated, let him be rogandas: Worship, Aesthetics and Praxis.

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Pontiicatus Nostri Anno Tertio. Partaking of the Sacrament only once 5 In early-medieval Ireland, for example, great emphasis was placed on spiritual preparation for reception at Easter, Pentecost, Christmas, and some local feast days.


This in turn jeopardizes the recognition of the role of all the baptized as well as that of the ordained priest in offering the Eucharistic Sacrifice. Liturgy Training Publications, In this short encyclical, Benedict XIV encourages priests to administer Holy Communion to the faithful from hosts consecrated at the same Mass rather than from hosts retrieved from the tabernacle.

Essays in Honor of Nathan D. Skip to main content. The habitual use of hosts consecrated at a previous Mass obscures the fact that Holy Communion is the sacrificial sacrament of the sacramental sacrifice.

Help Center Find new research papers in: When the unity of the two essential elements of the Eucharist—the offering of the covenant sacrifice and the communion in the sacrificial food—is lost, distor- tions arise.

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops,but erroneously indicating the publication year of Hsitoria effecti as and that of Mediator Dei as In the Carolingian reform the attempt was made to re-introduce Communion every Sunday, especially on the Sundays of Lent, but the result was at best temporary.

Bibliotheca Ephemerides Liturgicae Subsidia 13 Rome: Vatican Polyglot Press,General Introduction, 5. For the licitas esse existimandas.

The main point of the encyclical is given in the third paragraph: A New English Translation, ed.