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Divine Worship missal, which combines the ordinary Roman rite with Anglican liturgical texts dating back to 1549, will be introduced in Anglican ordinariate parishes this Sunday." src="/images/uploads/Divine_Worship_the_Missal.jpg"The new Divine Worship missal, which combines the ordinary Roman rite with Anglican liturgical texts dating back to 1549, will be introduced in Anglican ordinariate parishes this Sunday.
Luke’s ordinariate parish, which worships at Immaculate Conception Church in Washington.
“It represents the good things of Anglicanism that held Catholic truth, and developed Catholic-minded men and women throughout the centuries, even though they may have been separated from Rome.” Any Catholic can attend this new Roman rite in the Anglican tradition and fulfill his or her Sunday Mass obligation.
Peter — which covers North America — and pastor of the Catholic Church of St.
Mary the Virgin in Arlington, Texas, told the Register that Catholics of Anglican heritage, and Catholics who worship according to the ordinary or extraordinary uses, will recognize familiar elements and patterns of the Mass.
With high quality leather binding, gilding, Florentine blocking, ribbons and beautifully illustrated, this Missal will foster the noble and worthy celebration of the sacred liturgy in the Ordinariates worldwide, and provide an essential study text for all who love the Church's worship.
Includes the Order of Mass, Proper of Time and Sanctoral cycle with votive, ritual and Masses for the dead with all the main liturgical texts set to music.
The Anglican patrimony will become permanently fixed in the life of the Catholic Church, when Catholics who belong to the personal ordinariates established by Benedict XVI in 2009 celebrate their new liturgy: an approved Roman missal assembled from the best of the ordinary Roman rite and Anglican liturgical texts dating as far back as 1549.
White said this new, permanent missal is a “gesture of love” from Rome for Catholics from the Anglican tradition — the Thames’ Anglican water now forever mingles with the Roman Tiber.
“This is recognizably the Roman rite, with an Anglican accent,” he said.