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 Post subject: Re: Do we really need microphones?
PostPosted: Tue Feb 23, 2021 7:45 am 
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Peregrinator wrote:
There was a time in France during which the lessons were read out in the vernacular by a reader while the priest read them at the altar in Latin. I haven't heard of this practice being done in the United States but I guess it is barely possible.


This happened in Germany as well.
My memory is very fussy, but I think I read it happening in a few places in the US too.

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 Post subject: Re: Do we really need microphones?
PostPosted: Tue Feb 23, 2021 9:04 am 
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Alexandros wrote:
Finally, in a Solemn High Mass the priest sings the Gospel completely facing that rightward direction, so the people in a typical-traditional parish Church will see the priests left side.

In a Solemn Mass it's sung by a deacon (or a priest acting as one) - the priest may or may not be reading the Gospel inaudibly at the altar at the same time (depending on the rubrics he's following).

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 Post subject: Re: Do we really need microphones?
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Peregrinator wrote:
Alexandros wrote:
Finally, in a Solemn High Mass the priest sings the Gospel completely facing that rightward direction, so the people in a typical-traditional parish Church will see the priests left side.

In a Solemn Mass it's sung by a deacon (or a priest acting as one) - the priest may or may not be reading the Gospel inaudibly at the altar at the same time (depending on the rubrics he's following).


That's right, I completely forgot. It's been a long long time since I've been to Solemn Mass.

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