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Check copyright status Cite this Title Ordo lectionum Missae. Other Authors Catholic Church. Congregatio pro Cultu Divino Edition Editio typica. Subjects Catholic Church. Catholic Church -- Liturgy. Readings and responsoria are indicated by book, chapter, and verse phrase. Introductory decree issued by Congregatio pro Cultu Divino. Language Latin Dewey Number View online Borrow Buy. Set up My libraries How do I set up "My libraries"?
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From the Bible to the Lectionary of the Holy Mass
He completed graduate studies in theology and scripture at the Pontifical Gregorian University and at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome. It appears here with permission from the author and the CDW. Specifically, the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments CDW received inquiries from organizations whose membership was almost exclusively comprised of individuals from non-Catholic Christian ecclesial communities, and whose work was primarily focused on the translation of the biblical text into vernacular languages and on the diffusion and effective use of the written Word of God. Some of these devoted individuals had come only recently to the discovery of the Lectionary as a tool that assured the unfolding of the whole Bible for the benefit of those for whom they labored, many of whom were in developing countries. Without a Lectionary, they had noticed, the presentation of Sacred Scripture to the people would be in danger of being reduced, at best, to the dozen or so passages most prized by a given minister of the Word.
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A lectionary Latin : Lectionarium is a book or listing that contains a collection of scripture readings appointed for Christian or Judaic worship on a given day or occasion. There are sub-types such as a "gospel lectionary" or evangeliary , and an epistolary with the readings from the New Testament Epistles. The Talmud claims that the practice of reading appointed Scriptures on given days or occasions dates back to the time of Moses and began with the annual religious festivals of Passover, Pentecost, and the Feast of Tabernacles Talmud, Megilah 32a. In addition to these Torah readings, the later Gemara portion of the Talmud also knows of assigned annual readings from the prophets Talmud, Megilah 31a. By the Medieval era the Jewish community had a standardized schedule of scripture readings both from the Torah and the prophets to be read in the synagogue.