Lord, I never wanted to be separated from You.

THE PREPARATION - Online Tutorial of Latin Mass (Part I)

Preliminary Notes

Welcome to a four-part online tutorial on the Latin Mass according to the 1962 Roman Missal or the extraordinary form of the Roman Rite in celebrating the Holy Eucharist. This covers only the low mass of Trinity Sunday (Missa Lecta - not sung). Video materials are provided by sanctamissa.org. No infringement intended. We will try to integrate the rite, the rubrics (and in the future, the significance) of each part of the mass. To know more about the moto proprio Summorum Pontificum, kindly click the provided link.

Vesting Before Mass 

When the amice is placed over his head, he says :
Impone, Domine, capiti meo galeam salutis, ad expugnandos diabolicos incursus.

When he puts on the alb :
Dealba me, Domine, et munda cor meum; ut, in sanguine Agni dealbatus, gaudiis perfruar sempiternis.

When he binds himself with the cincture :
Praecinge me, Domine, cingulo puritatis, et extingue in lumbis meis humorem libidinis; ut maneat in me virtus continentiae et castitatis.

When he places the maniple on his left arm:
Merear, Domine, portare manipulum fletus et doloris; ut cum exsultatione recipiam mercedem laboris.

When he places the stole around his neck: 
Redde mihi, Domine, stolam immortalitatis, quam perdidi in praevaricatione primi parentis; et, quamvis indignus accedo ad tuum sacrum mysterium, merear tamen gaudium sempiternum.

When he puts on the chasuble: 
Domine, qui dixisti: Jugum meum suave est et onus meum leve: fac, ut istud portare sic valeam, quod consequar tuam gratiam. Amen.


To know more about the significance and scriptural references of the liturgical vestments, kindly click the provided link.

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