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Table of ContentsChapter V-G. Lectern or Place from Which the Word of God is ProclaimedChapter V-I. Choir, Organ, and Other Musical InstrumentsEndnotes

Chapter V-H. Places for the Faithful

273. The places for the faithful should be arranged with care so that the people are able to take their rightful part in the celebration visually and mentally. As a rule, there should be benches or chairs for their use. But the custom of reserving seats for private persons must be abolished. [85] Chairs or benches should be set up in such a way that the people can easily take the positions required during various celebrations and have unimpeded access to receive communion.

The congregation must be enabled not only to see the priest and the other ministers but also, with the aid of modern sound equipment, to hear them without difficulty.

Table of ContentsChapter V-G. Lectern or Place from Which the Word of God is ProclaimedChapter V-I. Choir, Organ, and Other Musical InstrumentsEndnotes

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