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“Ecce Homo” procession

A brief snippet of a Bragan Holy Week procession Advertisements

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Feria V in Coena Domini

The rubrics prescribe for this day the altar clothed in white. An extra chalice with white veil will be prepared for the purpose of saving a consecrated host for the Mass of the Pre-Sanctified the following day. An urn is … Continue reading

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Theophoric procession

The author of the picture of the arundina serpentina posted previously in our Sabbato Sancto post has managed to capture on video the Theophoric Procession which takes place on Good Friday, at the End of the Mass of the Pre-Sanctified. … Continue reading

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Sabbato Sancto

[NB: When the Roman Rite is refered to in this post, it is meant the pre-1955 ritual. For a synopsis of the variations between the pre-’55 and post-’55 Roman rite, see here, and here.] In the presbyterium, on the lowest … Continue reading

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Feria VI in Parasceve

[NB: When the Roman Rite is refered to in this post, it is meant the pre-1955 ritual. For a synopsis of the variations between the pre-’55 and post-’55 Roman rite, see here.] The rubrics state that Prime, Terce, Sext, and … Continue reading

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