3 3 INTRODUCTION With the implementation of the new translation of the Roman Missal, it is time to improve the Communion Services we offer to our parishioners who must live in nursing or assisted living homes. Although it will take time to produce new ritual books that are in accordance with the texts of the Roman Missal, much can be implemented without the publication of these new ritual books. For example, it would not make sense to come to Mass on Sunday and respond to The Lord be with you with And with your spirit and then go to some other service and respond to the same greeting with And also with you. In the case of a Communion Service, nearly everything is the same as the liturgy of the Mass with the Offertory and Eucharistic Prayer omitted. Consequently, all the texts of the Communion Service should be consonant with those in the Roman Missal. The following Communion Service ritual merges what is found in Pastoral Care of the Sick, Sunday Celebrations in the Absence of a Priest, and the new Roman Missal. A revised shorter ritual, available on a folded sheet, may also be used, if time does not permit the longer ritual given here.
5 5 INTRODUCTORY RITES When everyone is present, a suitable song may be sung. After the singing, the leader says: In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. All make the sign of the cross and reply: Amen. GREETING The leader who is a layperson greets those present in the following words: Leader: Grace and peace to you from God our Father and from the Lord Jesus Christ. Blessed be God forever. All: Blessed be God forever. PENITENTIAL RITE The leader invites all present to join in the penitential rite, using these words. Brothers and sisters, let us acknowledge our sins, and so prepare ourselves to celebrate the sacred mysteries. After a brief period of silence, the penitential rite continues. Leader: Lord Jesus, you healed the sick: Lord, have mercy. All: Lord, have mercy. Leader: Lord Jesus, you forgave sinners: Christ, have mercy. All: Christ, have mercy. Leader: Lord Jesus, you give us yourself to heal us and bring us strength: Lord, have mercy. All: Lord, have mercy.
6 6 READING LITURGY OF THE WORD The word of God is proclaimed by one of those present or by the leader. Because most of the residents have not been able to attend Sunday Mass, it is appropriate to take the reading from the previous Sunday as printed in a Missalette. If it is a solemnity, the reading should be taken from the solemnity. If one reading is used, it should be the gospel reading. A brief period of silence may be observed after the reading of the word of God. The leader may then give a brief explanation of the reading, applying it to the needs of the residents and those who are looking after them. PROFESSION OF FAITH On a Sunday or Solemnity a profession of faith is recited. Apostles Creed I believe in God, the Father almighty, Creator of heaven and earth, and in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died and was buried; he descended into hell; on the third day he rose again from the dead; he ascended into heaven, and is seated at the right hand of God the Father almighty; from there he will come to judge the living and the dead. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic Church,
7 7 the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and life everlasting. Amen. UNIVERSAL PRAYER The universal prayer or prayer of the faithful may be said after the commentary on Sacred Scripture or the profession of faith. Choose one of the examples for the universal prayer from the Roman Missal printed in the back of this manual or follow the guidelines in the General Instruction of the Roman Missal to compose the universal prayer. ACT OF THANKSGIVING After the universal prayer, the leader may invite all to an act of thanksgiving. A psalm, a canticle, a hymn, a litany of praise, or a prayer is appropriate. One of the following psalms is short and may be used. A Psalm 100 Shout joy to the LORD, all earth, serve the LORD with gladness, enter God s presence with joy! Know that the LORD is God, our maker to whom we belong, our shepherd, and we the flock. Enter the temple gates, the courtyard with thanks and praise; give thanks and bless God s name. Indeed the LORD is good! God s love is forever, faithful from age to age. B Psalm 113 Praise, you servants of the LORD, praise the name of the LORD,
8 8 Blessed be the name of the LORD both now and forever. From the rising of the sun to its setting let the name of the LORD be praised. High above all nations is the LORD; above the heavens God s glory. Who is like the LORD, our God enthroned on high, looking down on heaven and earth? The LORD raises the needy from the dust, lifts the poor from the ash heap, Seats them with princes, the princes of the people, Gives the childless wife a place, the joyful mother of children. C Psalm 150 Praise God in his holy sanctuary; give praise in he might dome of heaven. Give praise for his might deed, praise him for his great majesty. Give praise with blasts upon the horn, praise him with harp and lyre. Give praise with tambourines and dance, praise him with flutes and strings. Give praise with crashing cymbals, praise him with sounding cymbals. Let everything that has breath give praise to the LORD!
9 9 THE LORD S PRAYER LITURGY OF HOLY COMMUNION The leader introduces the Lord s Prayer in these words: At the Savior s command and formed by divine teaching, we dare to say: All say: Our Father, who art in heaven hallowed be thy name; thy kingdom come; the will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us: and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. SIGN OF PEACE The leader may invite the people to exchange the sign of peace: Let us offer each other the sign of peace. INVITATION TO COMMUNION The leader genuflects. Taking the host, the leader raises it slightly over the pyx and facing the people, says, Behold the Lamb of God, behold him who takes away the sins of the world. Blessed are those called to the supper of the Lamb. All who are to receive communion say: Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof, but only say the word and my soul shall be healed.. COMMUNION
10 10 A suitable song may be sung during communion. The leader goes to the communicants and, showing the Blessed Sacrament, says: The body of Christ. The person answers: Amen, and receives communion. SILENT PRAYER Then a period of silence may be observed. PRAYER AFTER COMMUNION The leader says a concluding prayer. Let us pray. Pause for silent prayer, if this has not preceded. God our Father, you have called us to share the one bread and one cup and so become one in Christ. Help us to live in him that we may bear fruit, rejoicing that he has redeemed the world. We ask this through Christ our Lord. All: Amen. At this time, someone may read a life of a saint. Brief announcements may also be made.
11 11 BLESSING CONCLUDING RITE A leader who is not a priest or deacon invokes God s blessing and makes the sign of the cross on himself or herself, while saying: Leader: May the Lord bless us, protect us from evil, and bring us to everlasting life. All: Amen. A song of praise and thanksgiving may be sung to conclude the service.
13 The Universal Prayer
15 15 INTRODUCTION The universal prayer, formerly the general intercessions or prayers of the faithful, needs to be changed from what is being done now. One reason is that 8 petitions are normally too many. More importantly, the petitions do not follow the guidelines for the 1973 Sacramentary or the new Roman Missal. Following this introduction are examples from the Roman Missal that can be used without change. Note that, besides three sets for general use, there are others that are appropriate for certain liturgical seasons. The response of the people can vary, but Lord, hear our prayer is assumed to be the response that is used. Do not invite others to add their own petitions. Many priests have become accustomed to asking, For what else should we pray, but there is no provision for this in the instruction for the universal prayer in the 1973 Sacramentary or the new Roman Missal. Besides, it quickly gets out of hand for a sizable assembly. We have many needs, but we do not have to ask for all of them every time we pray. At the nursing homes, the residents hardly ever offer a petition. Only team members do and the service is not for the team members. If a resident asks you beforehand to pray for a particular intention, pass this on to the reader, who should compose one for the service. Also, it is entirely inappropriate for the one reading the intentions to ask for other intentions and then to add one. The reader, in principle, selected the intentions in the first place and should have included their other intention before asking others for theirs. After the reader stops, the leader may add other intentions before concluding with the Leader s Prayer You may compose your own intentions rather than use the examples, but do so following the General Instruction of the Roman Missal (next page). In particular note what the series of intentions should be. In the list that is currently used, 1 corresponds to intention b), and all the others are for intention c). If you compose your intentions, be sure you have at least one each for a), b), c) and d). The examples from the Roman Missal will give you ideas for each of these. You can have more than one in any category, but it is probably best not to go over 6 total most of the time. Note that the intentions are to be universal, that is, for a large number of people. Consequently, you would not have an intention, For Jane Doe who is dying of cancer, Instead, you could say, For everyone dying of cancer, especially Jane Doe,
16 16 General Instruction of the Roman Missal The Universal Prayer 69. In the Universal Prayer or the Prayer of the Faithful, the people respond in some sense to the Word of God which they have received in faith and, exercising the office of their baptismal Priesthood, offer prayers to God for the salvation of all. It is desirable that there should be such a form of prayer in Masses celebrated with the people, so that petitions may be offered for holy Church, for those who govern with authority over us, for those weighed down by various needs, for all humanity, and for the salvation of the whole world. 70. The series of intentions is usually to be a) for the needs of the Church; b) for public authorities and the salvation of the whole world; c) for those burdened by any kind of difficulty; d) for the local community. Nevertheless, in a particular celebration, such as a Confirmation, a Marriage, or at a Funeral, the series of intentions may be concerned more closely the particular occasion. 71. It is for the Priest Celebrant to regulate this prayer from the chair. He himself begins it with a brief introduction, by which he calls upon the faithful to pray, and likewise he concludes it an oration. The intentions announced should be sober, be composed with a wise liberty, and in few words, and they should be expressive of the prayer of the entire community. They are announced from the ambo or from another suitable place, by the Deacon or by a cantor, a reader, or one of the lay faithful. The people, for their part, stand and give expression to their prayer either by an invocation said in common after each intention or by praying in silence.
19 Examples of the Universal Prayer in the Roman Missal
21 19 Leader s Introduction Intentions GENERAL FORMULA I To God the Father almighty, dear brothers and sisters, may every prayer of our heart be directed, for his will it is that all humanity should be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth. a) For the holy Church of God, that the Lord may graciously watch over her and care for her, b) For the peoples of all the world, that the Lord may graciously preserve harmony among them, c) For all who are oppressed by any kind of need, that the Lord may graciously grant them relief, d) For ourselves and our own community, that the Lord may graciously receive us, Leader s Prayer O God, our refuge and our strength, hear the prayers of your Church, for you yourself are the source of all devotion, and grant, we pray, that what we ask in faith we may truly obtain. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
22 20 Leader s Introduction Intentions GENERAL FORMULA II Brothers and sister, as we now make our prayer for our community and for the world, let us all pray to Christ the Lord, not only for ourselves and our own needs, but for the entire people. a) For the whole Christian people, b) For those who hold public office, c) For our brothers and sisters who cannot be present at this sacred assembly, d) For all of us who pray in faith, Leader s Prayer Incline your merciful ear to our prayers, we ask, O Lord, and listen in kindness to the supplications of those who call on you. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
23 21 Leader s Introduction Intentions GENERAL FORMULA III Brothers and sister, as we now make our prayer for our community and for the world, let us all pray to Christ the Lord, not only for ourselves and our own needs, but for the entire people. a) For all who do not yet believe, b) For favorable weather and abundant fruits from the earth, c) For the repose of the souls of the faithful departed, d) For ourselves and those close to us who await the Lord s goodness, Leader s Prayer Incline your merciful ear to our prayers, we ask, O Lord, and listen in kindness to the supplications of those who call on you. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
24 22 Leader s Introduction Intentions ADVENT I As we wait with longing the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, dear brothers and sisters, let us with renewed devotion beseech his mercy, that, as he came into the world to bring the good news to the poor so in our own time, also, he may bring salvation to all in need. a) That Christ may visit his holy Church and keep watch over her always, b) That under the protection of Christ our times may be peaceful, c) That Christ may banish disease, drive out hunger, and ward off every affliction, d) That as witnesses to Christ s love before all we may abide in the truth, Leader s Prayer Almighty ever-living God, who bring salvation to all and desire that no one should perish, hear the prayers of your people and grant that the course of our world may be directed by your peaceful rule and your Church rejoice in tranquility and devotion. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
25 23 Leader s Introduction Intentions ADVENT II As we wait with longing the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, dear brothers and sisters, let us with renewed devotion beseech his mercy, that, as he came into the world to bring the good news to the poor so in our own time, also, he may bring salvation to all in need. a) That Christ may fill the Pope, our Bishop, and the whole Order of Bishops with spiritual gifts and graces, b) That Christ may guide the minds of those who govern us to promote the common good according to his will, c) That Christ in his mercy may free all who suffer persecution, d) That Christ may find us watching when he comes, Leader s Prayer Almighty ever-living God, who bring salvation to all and desire that no one should perish, hear the prayers of your people and grant that the course of our world may be directed by your peaceful rule and your Church rejoice in tranquility and devotion. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
26 24 Leader s Introduction Intentions CHRISTMAS TIME In this time (on this night, on this day) when the goodness and kindness of God our Savior have appeared, let us, dear brothers and sisters, humbly pour forth to him our prayers, trusting not in our own good works, but in his mercy. a) For the Church of God, that in integrity of faith she may await him whom the immaculate Virgin conceived by a word and wondrously brought to birth, b) For the progress and peace of the whole world, that what is given in time may become a reward in eternity, c) For those oppressed by hunger, sickness or loneliness, that through the mystery of the Nativity (Epiphany) of Christ they may find relief in both mind and body, d) For the families of our congregation, that, receiving Christ, they may learn also to welcome him in the poor, Leader s Prayer We pray, O Lord our God, that the Virgin Mary, who merited to bear God and man in her chaste womb, may commend the prayers of your faithful in your sight. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
27 25 Leader s Introduction Intentions LENT I We should pour forth prayers at all times, dear brothers and sisters, but above all, in these days of Lent we ought to watch more intently with Christ and direct our petitions more fervently to God. a) For the whole Christian people, that in this sacred time they may be more abundantly nourished by every word that comes from the mouth of God, b) For the whole world, that in lasting tranquility and peace our days may truly become the acceptable time of grace and salvation, c) For sinners and the neglectful, that in this time of reconciliation they may return to Christ, d) For ourselves, that God may at last stir up in our hearts aversion for our sins, Leader s Prayer Grant, we pray, O Lord, that your people may turn to you with all their heart, so that whatever they dare to ask in fitting prayer they may receive by your mercy. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
28 26 Leader s Introduction Intentions LENT II As the Solemnity of Easter approaches, dear friends, let our prayer to the Lord be all the more insistent, that all of us, and the whole multitude of the baptized, together with the entire world, may come to share more abundantly in the sacred mystery. a) That God may be pleased to increase faith and understanding in the catechumens who are to be initiated by Holy Baptism in the coming Paschal Solemnity, b) That peoples in need may find help and that peace and security may be firmly established everywhere, c) That all who are afflicted or suffering temptation may be strengthened by his grace, d) That all of us may learn to distribute the fruits of self-denial for the good of those in need, Leader s Prayer Have mercy, O Lord, on the prayers of your Church and turn with compassion to the hearts that bow before you, that those you make sharers in the divine mystery may never be left without your assistance. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
29 27 Leader s Introduction Intentions WEEKDAYS OF HOLY WEEK In this time of the Lord s Passion, when Christ offered prayers and supplications to his Father with loud cries and tears, let us humbly beseech God, that in answer to his Son s reverent submission he may in mercy hear our prayers also. a) That the Church, the Bride of Christ, may be more fully cleansed by his Blood in this time of his Passion, b) That through the Blood of Christ s Cross all things in the world may be brought to peace for the sake of salvation, c) That God may grant fortitude and patience to all who through sickness or hardship have a share in Christ s Passion, d) That we may all be led through the Lord s Passion and Cross to the glory of his Resurrection, Leader s Prayer Be present, O Lord, to your people at prayer, so that what they do not have the confidence or presumption to ask they may obtain by the merits of your Son s Passion. Who lives and reigns for ever and ever. Amen.
30 28 Leader s Introduction Intentions EASTER TIME Dear brothers and sisters, filled with paschal joy, let us pray more earnestly to God that he, who graciously listened to the prayers and supplications of his beloved Son, may now be pleased to look upon us in our lowliness. a) For the shepherds of our souls, that they may have the strength to govern wisely the flock entrusted to them by the Good Shepherd, b) For the whole world, that it may truly know the peace given by Christ, c) For our brothers and sisters who suffer, that their sorrow may be turned to gladness which no one can take from them, d) For our own community, that it may bear witness with great confidence to the Resurrection of Christ, Leader s Prayer O God, who know that our life in this present age is subject to suffering and need, hear the desires of those who cry to you and receive the prayers of those who believe in you. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
31 29 Leader s Introduction Intentions ORDINARY TIME I Dear brothers and sisters, gathered as one to celebrate the good things we have received from our God, let us ask him to prompt in us prayers that are worthy of his hearing. a) For N. our Pope and N. our Bishop and all the clergy, with the people entrusted to their charge, b) For those who hold public office and those who assist them in promoting the common good, c) For those who travel by sea, land or air, for captives and all held in prison, d) For all of us gathered in this sacred place by faith and devotion and by love and reverence for God, Leader s Prayer May the petitions of your Church be pleasing in your sight, O Lord, so that we may receive from our mercy what we cannot ask out of confidence in our own merits. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
32 30 Leader s Introduction Intentions ORDINARY TIME II We have all gathered here, dear brothers and sisters, to celebrate the mysteries of our redemption; let us therefore ask almighty God that the whole world may be watered from these springs of all blessing and life. a) For all who have vowed themselves to God, that with his help they may faithfully keep to their resolve, b) For peace among nations, that, delivered from all turmoil, the peoples may serve God in freedom of heart, c) For the elderly who suffer from isolation or sickness, that they may be strengthened by our love of them as brothers and sisters, d) For ourselves gathered here, that, as God does not cease to sustain us with the things of this life, we may know how to use them in such a way that we may hold even now to the things that endure for ever, Leader s Prayer May your mercy, we beseech you, O Lord, be with your people who cry to you, so that what they seek at your prompting they may obtain by your ready generosity. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
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