Sancta Missa

SACRISTAN’S MANUAL
FOR THE EXTRAORDINARY FORM
"IN SACRISTY AND SANCTUARY"

By Rev. William A. O'Brien, M.A.

A. LOW MASS.

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1. IN THE SACRISTY. 

(1) Chasuble 
(2) Stole
(3) Maniple 
(4) Cincture 
(5) Alb 
(6) Chalice veil
(7) Burse
(8) Chalice (if the sacristan is permitted to handle it).

2. ON THE ALTAR

(1) Two lighted Mass candles
(2) The missal on stand
(3) The three altar cards
(4) Prayer card on altar step
(5) Bell-On step or credence table.
(6) Tabernacle veil. (Color of the day)
(7) Antependium. (Color of the day)
(8) Chalice (if the sacristan is permitted to handle it).

3. ON CREDENCE TABLE

(1) Wine and water cruets filled.
(2) Finger bowl and towel.
(3) Communion paten.

NOTE: For a Mass said in black vestments. The tabernacle veil in this case must be violet or the color of the day. It may never be black. The antependium (if any) should be violet. In place of the regular missal, the "black'' or "Requiem Missal" called "Missale Defunctorum" is used. There should be no flowers upon the altar.


B. "MISSA CANTATA" (Sung Mass with One Priest)

II. Detailed Schedule of Preparations for the Various Masses and Services.

Index

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