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Can a layperson preside at a blessing? Should a wedding always be celebrated during a celebration of eucharist? In this second volume of the QaA series, Father Dennis Smolarski, SJ, answers these and more questions about the liturgy and its celebration--40 in all--posed by priests, liturgists, music directors, liturgy committees, ministry coordinators and diocesan liturgy offices. As in the first volume, QaA: The Mass, the answers are informed by both the author's legal expertise and his pastoral sensitivity. The answer to each question takes into account the latest edition of the General Instruction of the Roman Missal, as well as other official documents. At the same time, each answer is informed with the common sense and pastoral concern of an experienced presider and member of the assembly.The revised funeral rites, published in Latin in 1969, acknowledged contemporary practices and included the ... also suggest that such a service might seem more welcoming to any non-Catholics present than if the rosary alone were recited.

Author: Dennis C. Smolarski
Publisher:LiturgyTrainingPublications - 2002

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