Page 4, 9th October 1992

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Changes

IS there another change in the Mass?

The first of three main parts of the Mass, the Offertory, was brought to light when the dialogue Mass was changed to the vernacular; after the celebrant had offered the bread and wine, the congregation would offer them-selves with the words "Accept us....", now said silently by the priest.

JR Barber Southampton




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