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  1. Cf. Sacred Congregation of Rites (=SCR), Decree Dominiae Resurrectionis (February 9, 1951) Acta Apostolicae Sedis (=AAS) 43 (1951): 128-137; SCR, Decree Maxima redemptionis nostrae mysteria (November 16, 1955) AAS 47 (1955): 838-847.
  2. Cf. Second Vatican Council (=SVC), Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy (Sacrosanctum Concilium =SC), nn. 5, 6, 61.
  3. Cf. General Norms for the Liturgical Year and the Calendar (=GNLYC), n. 18.
  4. Cf. SVC, Decree on the Bishops' Pastoral Office in the Church (Christus Dominus), n. 15.
  5. Cf. Maxima redemptionis nostrae mysteria, AAS 47 (1955): 838-847.
  6. Caeremoniale episcoporum (=CE), n. 249.
  7. Cf. The Roman Ritual, "Rite of Christian Initation of Adults" (=RCIA), n. 8; Code of Canon Law (=CIC), c. 856.
  8. Roman Missal, "The Easter Vigil," n. 46.
  9. Cf. RCIA, IV, esp. n. 303.
  10. Cf. ibid., nn. 303-333.
  11. Cf. CE, nn. 250, 406-407; RCIA, n. 41.
  12. Cf. GNLYC, n. 5; also see GNLYC, n. 56f, in Notitiae 23 (1987): 397.
  13. Ibid., n. 16b.
  14. See General Instruction of the Roman Missal (=GIRM), n. 42; "Rite of Penance," nn. 36-37.
  15. Pope Paul VI, Apostolic Constitution Paenitemini, II, 1; AAS 58 (1966): 183.
  16. CE, n. 251.
  17. Cf. ibid.; SC, n. 109.
  18. CE, n. 251.
  19. CE, n. 260.
  20. CE, n. 252.
  21. Cf. GNLYC, n. 28.
  22. CE, n.253.
  23. Cf. Roman Missal, "Ash Wednesday."
  24. Cf. Paenitemini, II, 1; AAS 58 (1966): 183.
  25. Cf. Roman Missal, "First Sunday of Lent," Opening Prayer and Prayer over the Gifts.
  26. Cf. CE, n. 261.
  27. Cf. CE, nn. 408-410.
  28. Cf. Roman Missal, "Lectionary for Mass," Second Edition (1981), Introduction, n. 97.
  29. Cf. CE, n. 252.
  30. Cf. Roman Missal, rubric "Saturday of the Fourth Week of Lent."
  31. GNLYC, n. 16a.
  32. Cf. CE, n. 263.
  33. Cf. Roman Missal, "Passion Sunday (Palm Sunday)," n. 16.
  34. Cf. CE, n. 270.
  35. Cf. Roman Missal, "Passion Sunday," n. 16.
  36. Cf. ibid., n. 19.
  37. Cf. ibid., n. 22. For a Mass at which a bishop presides, cf. CE, n. 74.
  38. Cf. SVC, Decree on the Ministry and Life of Priests (Presbyterorum Ordinis), n. 7.
  39. Cf. CE, n. 275.
  40. Cf. CE, n. 276.
  41. Cf. Rite of Penance, "Appendix II," nn. 1, 7. Cf. supra n. 18.
  42. Cf. Maxima redemptionis nostrae mysteria, AAS 47 (1955): 858. St. Augustine, Ep. 55, 24, PL, 35: 215.
  43. Mk 2:19-20; Tertullian, De ieiunio 2 et 13, Corpus Christianorum II, p. 1271.
  44. Cf. CE, n. 295; SC, n. 110.
  45. Cf. CE, n. 296.
  46. Cf. SCR, Instruction Eucharisticum mysterium (=EM) (May 25, 1967), n. 26. AAS 59 (1967): 558. N.B.: In monastaries of nuns, every effort should be made to celebrate the Easter Triduum with the greatest possible ceremnoy, but within the monastary church.
  47. Cf. SCR, Ordinationes et declarationes circa Ordinem hebdomadae sanctae instauratum (February 1, 1957), n. 21; AAS 49 (1957): 91-95.
  48. SVC, Decree on Priestly Formation (Optatam Totius), n. 8.
  49. Cf. Congregation for Catholic Education, Instruction on Liturgical Formation in Seminaries (May 17, 1979), nn. 15, 33.
  50. CE, n. 297.
  51. Cf. Roman Missal, "Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper."
  52. Cf. ibid.
  53. Cf. ibid., n. 1.
  54. SC, n. 55; EM, n. 31. AAS 59 (1967): 557-558.
  55. Cf. Maxima redemtionis nostrae mysteria, n. 9, AAS 47 (1955): 895.
  56. Cf. Roman Missal, "Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper."
  57. Cf. CE, n. 300.
  58. Mt 20:28.
  59. Cf. CE, n. 303.
  60. Cf. Roman Missal, "Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper," nn. 15-16.
  61. Cf. SCR, "Declaration of March 15, 1956," n. 3, AAS 48 (1956): 153; Ordinationes et declarationes circa Ordinem hebomadae sanctae instauratum, n. 15, AAS 49 (1957): 93.
  62. Cf. Roman Missal, "Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper," n. 21; Maxima redemtionis nostrae mysteria, nn. 8-10, AAS 47 (1955): 845.
  63. 1 Cor 5:7.
  64. Cf. Roman Missal, "Good Friday," Celebration of the Lord's Passion, nn. 1, 3.
  65. Paenitemini, II, 2; AAS 58 (1966): 183, CIC, c. 1251.
  66. Cf. Roman Missal, "Good Friday," Celebration of the Lord's Passion, n. 1. Ad Missale Romanum, in Notitiae 13 (1977); 602.
  67. Cf. ibid., n. 3. Ordinationes et declarationes circa Ordinem hebomadae sanctae instauratum, n. 15, AAS 49 (1957): 94.
  68. Cf. ibid., n. 5; alternative prayer.
  69. Cf. ibid., n. 9; CE, n. 319.
  70. Cf. ibid., n. 12.
  71. Cf. GIRM, n. 46.
  72. Cf. Roman Missal, "Good Friday," Celebration of the Lord's Passion, n. 19.
  73. Cf. Mi 6:3-4.
  74. Cf. SC, n. 13.
  75. Cf. Roman Missal, "Holy Saturday"; Apostles' Creed; 1 Pt 3:19.
  76. Cf. General Instruction of the Liturgy of the Hours (=GILOTH), n. 210.
  77. Cf. Roman Missal, "Holy Saturday."
  78. Maxima redemptionis nostrae mysteria, AAS 47 (1955): 843.
  79. Ex 12:42.
  80. St. Augustine, Sermo 219, PL 38: 1088.
  81. Cf. CE, n. 332.
  82. Ibid.; Cf. Roman Missal, "The Easter Vigil," n. 3.
  83. Cf. EM, n. 28. AAS 59 (1967): 556-557.
  84. Roman Missal, "The Easter Vigil," n. 19, Easter Proclamation.
  85. SC, n. 6; Cf. Rom 6:3-6; Eph 2:5-6; Col 2:12-13; 2 Tm 2:11-12.
  86. "We keep vigil on that night because the Lord rose from the dead; that life . . . where there is no longer the sleep of death, began for us in his flesh; being thus risen, death will be no more nor have dominion. . . . If we have kept vigil for the risen one, he will see that we shall reign with him for ever." St. Augustine, Sermo Guelferbytan, 5, 4, PLS 2: 552.
  87. Cf. Roman Missal, "the Easter Vigil," n. 7.
  88. Cf. ibid., nn. 10-12.
  89. Cf. ibid., n. 17.
  90. Lk 24:27, 44-45.
  91. Cf. Roman Missal, "The Easter Vigil," n. 21.
  92. Cf. ibid., n. 23.
  93. Cf. CE, n. 352.
  94. Cf. Acts 4:11-12; Mt 21:42; Mk 12:10; Lk 20:17.
  95. Cf. The Roman Ritual, "Rite of Baptism for Children," n. 6.
  96. Cf. Roman Missal, "The Easter Vigil," n. 48.
  97. Cf. ibid., n. 45.
  98. Cf. ibid., n. 47.
  99. Cf. ibid., n. 49; RCIA, n. 36.
  100. Cf. Roman Missal, "The Easter Vigil," n. 53; Ibid., "Ritual Masses," n. 3, Baptism.
  101. GIRM, nn. 240-242.
  102. Cf. SC, n. 106.
  103. Cf. GILOTH, n. 213.
  104. Cf. Roman Missal, "Pentecost Sunday," final rubric; The Roman Ritual, "Rite of Baptism for Children," Christian Initiation, General Introduction, n. 25.
  105. Cf. GNLYC, n. 22.
  106. Cf. ibid., nn. 5, 23.
  107. Cf. ibid., n. 58.
  108. RCIA, nn. 235-239.
  109. CIC, c. 920.
  110. Cf. Maxima redemtionis nostrae mysteria, n. 24, AAS (1955): 847.
  111. De Benedictionibus, caput I, II, Ordo benedictionis annuae familiarium in propriis domibus.
  112. SC, n. 13; Cf. Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Orientamentie proposte per la celebrazione dell'anno mariano (April 3, 1987), nn. 3, 51-56.
  113. Cf. GNLYC, n. 23.
  114. It is possible to combine the celebration of first Vespers with the celebration of Mass as provided in the General Instruction of the Liturgy of the Hours, n. 96. In order to throw into greater relief the mystery of this day, it is possible to have several readings from Holy Scripture, as proposed in the Lectionary. In this case, after the collect, the reader goes to the ambo to proclaim the reading. The psalmist or cantor sings the psalm, to which the people respond with the refrain. Then, all stand and the priest says, "Let us pray"; after a short pause, he says the prayer corresponding to the reading (e.g., one of the collects for the ferial days of the Seventh Week of Easter).
  115. St. Leo the Great, Sermo 6 de Quadragesima, 1-2, PL 54: 285.
  116. Cf. Roman Missal, "Saturday of the Seventh Week of Easter," Opening Prayer.

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