Mass celebrated without a congregation, formerly meant any Low Mass, even with a large congregation. Low Mass, essays on mass media in exactly the same way whether a congregation is present or not, was the most common form of Mass before 1969.
The term “Low Mass” is sometimes used also by Christians not in communion with the Holy See for a spoken, not sung, form of their own Eucharistic celebrations. However, this article concerns only the form of the Roman Rite of Mass officially known by that name. Low Mass originated in the early Middle Ages as a shortened or simplified form of Solemn Mass. Mass in a monastery or parish church each day.
However, over time it became necessary for a variety of reasons to celebrate more than one on the same day. Middle Ages replaced by separate private celebrations. No doubt the custom of offering each Mass for a special intention helped to bring about this change. The separate celebrations then involved the building of many altars in one church and the reduction of the ritual to the simplest possible form. Originally, Low Mass was sung in monotone. Thus we read of priests in the Middle Ages going to sing their “Missa privata” or “Low Mass”.
This custom of singing died out in the 18th century. The French and Germans evolved the concept of accompanying Low Mass with music as an aid to the devotion of the faithful, thus giving rise to the French Organ Mass and the Deutsche Singmesse. 13 Timothy Lincoln Bouscaren, James I. O’Connor, The Canon Law Digest: officially published documents affecting the Code of Canon Law, vol. Edward Schaefer, Catholic Music through the Ages: Balancing the Needs of a Worshipping Church, p.
Missarum species duae sunt: Missa in cantu et Missa lecta. William Edward Addis, Thomas Arnold, A Catholic Dictionary, p. Formerly the same as Low Mass. At first the expression ‘private mass’ meant what used to be called a ‘low mass’, i. Edward Godfrey Cuthbert Frederic Atchley, Percy Dearmer, John Wickham Legg, Edmund Bishop, Essays on Ceremonial, p. For example, in Rubricae generales Missalis, XVI, which deals with what parts of the Mass should be said aloud and which parts so quietly that only the priest himself can hear.
Preparations for a Low Mass – Handbook for Sacristan by Rev. A Manual of the Ceremonies of Low Mass – Compiled and arranged by The Rev. Learning the Low Mass: A Manual for Seminarians and Priests by Rev. Video of the same Low Mass as above, but with a voice-over meditation taken from the writings of St. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. I’m not saying you love the tragedy, but you love the ratings. Crying white mothers are ratings gold.
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