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Table of ContentsV. Variations in the Divine OfficeVII. Vestments

VI. Some Variations in the Rites for the Dead

23. The color for the office and Mass for the dead may in all cases be violet. But the conferences of bishops have the right to stipulate another color suited to the sensibilities of the people, not out of keeping with human grief, and expressive of Christian hope as enlightened by the paschal mystery.

24. At the aabsolution over the coffin and over the grave, other responsories taken from matins for the dead, namely, Credo quod Redemptor meus vivit, Qui Lazarum resucitasti, Memento mei, Deus, Libera me, Domine, de viis inferni, may replace the Libera me, Domine.

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