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Roman Catholic AnswerThere is no "Roman Catholic Rite". There is a Latin Rite, Byzantine, Armenian, Chaldean, Coptic, Ethiopic, Malabar, Maronite, and Syrian Rites. They are all Catholic Rites.
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Roman Catholic AnswerThere is no "Roman Catholic Rite". There is a Latin Rite, Byzantine, Armenian, Chaldean, Coptic, Ethiopic, Malabar, Maronite, and Syrian Rites. They are all Catholic Rites.


Roman Catholic AnswerWhen it is replaced with the Asperges (sprinkling with Holy Water).


Roman Catholic AnswerRite normally refers to the which Mass, where it originates. For instance the Latin Rite Mass originates in Rome, the Maronite Rite originates in Lebanon, the Greek Rite, in Greek, etc. There are also parts of the Mass which can be referred to as a Rite, such as the Penitential Rite at the beginning of Mass, or the Communion Rite near the end. It depends what you are talking about.


Yes, the Maronite Rite is a part of the Catholic Church.Yes it is, it all falls under the Catholic Church. They celebrate the same things as Roman Catholics, therefore Maronites are part of the Catholic Religion. I am Maronite.Roman Catholic AnswerThe Maronite Church is actually a "rite" within the Catholic Church. It is every bit as much a Catholic Church as the familiar Latin Rite is to those in the western world.Roman Catholic AnswerThe Maronite Rite is part of the Catholic Church.If by "Church" you mean "religion", there is no such thing as a Maronite religion. The Maronites are in full communion with the Catholic Church, believe all that the Catholic Church teaches and are Catholics in the full sense of the word. The Maronites are merely a separate "rite", meaning that they have a different way of celebrating Mass than what is known by most Westerners, which is the Roman Rite or the Latin Rite. Most people do not know that there are different "rites" i.e., methods, of celebrating the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. Most Westerners are only accustomed to the Roman (a.k.a. Latin) Rite which is by far the most widespread of all the different rites.Most of the other rites are found predominantly in Eastern Europe, Africa, and Asia, although those different rites can be found occasionally elsewhere too.Some of the different rites I can think of off the top of my head are:1) the Roman Rite 2) the Byzantine Rite 3) the Maronite Rite 4) the Mozarabic Rite 5) the Milanese Rite 6) the Coptic RiteIf a Catholic of the Roman (Latin) Rite were to attend Mass in one of these different rites they might not even realize they were at a True Mass or in a Catholic Church because most Catholics only have exposure to the Roman Rite. However, the Priests who perform those other rites are true Priests just as Priests of the Roman Rite and those other rites have the same true Sacrifice of the Mass and the Real Presence of Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament just as the Roman Rite does.


Roman Catholic AnswerA Mass said for the dead is called a Requiem. The name is derived from the first word of the opening hymn in the Latin Rite Mass prior to the Second Vatican Council.


Catholic AnswerRoman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the Catholic Church. .The Maronite Rite is a Catholic rite of the Catholic Church. Most people think of the Catholic Church as the Latin Rite as this is the largest. The Maronite Rite is one of the Eastern Rites from Lebanon. Their language is different, and their Mass or Liturgy is based on that of St. James. Of all the Eastern Rites, theirs is the most similar to the Latin Rite. But the question as asked "similarities between the Roman Catholic and Maronite" makes no sense as the Maronite Rite is part of the Catholic Church.


The pope for Roman Catholics (Catholics who attend mass in the Latin rite), as well as for Catholics of the Byzantine Catholic Church, the Ethiopian Catholic Church, the Greek Catholic Church, the Maronite Catholic Church, the Assyrian Catholic Church, and many more, none of which celebrate the Roman rite, but all of which are in union with the Pope.


Roman Catholic AnswerYou start the Mass by asking forgiveness, the Penitential Rite is the first thing after the Greeting by the Priest.


In the Roman Catholic Church, the Penitential Rite is part of the Introductory Rites in Mass. The Penitential Rite is a time of reflection on one's sins and a prayer for God's mercy.While the Penitential Rite is similar to the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation, the priest does not offer absolution.


The "traditional Catholic Mass" is term coined by the Traditionalist Catholic movement in reference to the celebration of the Latin Rite according to rubrics and customs predating the liturgical revolutions that came forth during and after Vatican II. Properly speaking, the traditional form of Mass is simply called the "Roman rite of Mass" or "The Tridentine Mass" ('Missa Tridentina' in Latin).


In the Roman Catholic Rite, the Gloria is sung after the Penitential Act and before the Liturgy of the Word (the reading of sacred Scripture).


Roman Catholics, or Latin-Rite Catholics, are certainly free to attend Mass and receive Holy Communion, as well as to go to confession, at a Catholic church of another rite, and vise versa. But actually joining a parish of a different rite is another matter. In order to become a parishioner at a Catholic church of another rite, it is necessary first to become a member of that rite. This is possible, but usually it requires obtaining permission from Rome. To answer your question, though, yes, a Catholic can switch Rites within the Catholic Church.


Roman Catholic AnswerUkranian Catholics ARE Roman Catholics, so NO, they Mass if not like Roman Catholics it is Roman Catholic.


In the Roman Catholic Church, the Penitential Rite is a part of the Introductory Rites of the Mass. The Penitential Rite is a time of reflection on one's sins and a prayer for God's mercy. While the Penitential Rite is similar to the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation, the priest does not offer absolution; this differs from Anglicanism, where absolution is offered during the Penitential Rite.


Roman Catholic AnswerThe Mass is also known as the Most Holy Eucharist.


It's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the official Catholic Church. . All Masses in the Latin Rite are in Latin. In most countries since the Second Vatican Council, the priests are using a vernacular translation of the Latin Mass - but the actual Mass itself is still in Latin, and may always be said in Latin, that is the norm, even if it is seldom done.


In order for a Catholic practicing the Roman rite to be ordained a Ukrainian rite priest he would have to receive permission from his local ordinary to change rites. Once he had permission and changed rites he would then be a practicing Ukrainian Catholic and thus could be ordained in that rite. A priest from a different rite can celebrate mass in the parish of a different rite provided he has permission from his superior and the local ordinary. Usually this would not be done unless there was some necessity or shortage of priests. Some priests are given the rare privilege of being able to celebrate mass according to two different rights. Basically, unless he has become the official parish priest, it is safe to assume that he is still a priest in the Ukrainian rite and is probably just acting as a visiting priest, and "visiting" can be interpreted quite liberally. If he is now the parish priest, it would only be proper that he switch to the rite that is proper to that parish.


a Catholic can attend mass at any age, a non- practicing Catholic will not attend mass whether it is required or not.


Mass is specifically a Catholic rite. In the Episcopal Church, they call a similar ritual the Eucharist.


The Roman Missal, or the "Missale Romanum", was the official prayer book of the Catholic church when they used the Latin Mass.The Roman Missal, or the "Missale Romanum", was the official prayer book of the Catholic church when they used the Latin Mass.The Roman Missal, or the "Missale Romanum", was the official prayer book of the Catholic church when they used the Latin Mass.The Roman Missal, or the "Missale Romanum", was the official prayer book of the Catholic church when they used the Latin Mass.The Roman Missal, or the "Missale Romanum", was the official prayer book of the Catholic church when they used the Latin Mass.The Roman Missal, or the "Missale Romanum", was the official prayer book of the Catholic church when they used the Latin Mass.The Roman Missal, or the "Missale Romanum", was the official prayer book of the Catholic church when they used the Latin Mass.The Roman Missal, or the "Missale Romanum", was the official prayer book of the Catholic church when they used the Latin Mass.The Roman Missal, or the "Missale Romanum", was the official prayer book of the Catholic church when they used the Latin Mass.


The Maronite Rite is a rite within the Catholic Church. As such, it originated with Our Blessed Lord in the first century. There are a number of different "rites" within the Catholic Church, the Latin Rite is the most familiar to those in the west, but it is only one. The Maronite Rite uses the ancient Aramaic liturgy of St. James for their Mass.


Roman Catholic AnswerYes, the Roman Rite has always been built around song, although in years past, Low Mass (a totally spoken Mass with no music) became the norm. The new Missal which was issued for Advent 2011 contains more music directly in the Missal than any other Missal in 2000 years of history.


The Mass is the central prayer' of the Catholic Church.


Roman Catholic AnswerIncense is burned at Mass for the greater glory of God.


The Roman Catholic Missal is a book that contains all the prayers that are said during a Catholic Mass. The book may contain prayers and instructions for saying them during regular weekly Sunday Mass or for weekday Mass and Holiday Mass.



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