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Msgr. Keith Newton, Ordinary of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, issued “Guidelines for the celebration of the Holy Eucharist in the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham” this Easter.
Here are some interesting items.
Recommended: Ad orientem (priest not facing the people); Eucharistic Prayer I (and not only on Sundays); plainchant (ICEL English, Latin Mass ordinary, Latin Marian antiphons); priests and deacons singing their liturgical texts; sung Gospel reading; retrieving propers but hymns are part of Anglican tradition; communion rail with kneeling communicants.
Required: RSV translation of lectionary (but see #24 on Jerusalem Bible with diocesan congregations); Communion in both forms (recommended: minister holds on to chalice).
Permitted: omitting the response of the Responsorial Psalm; collect from Book of Divine Worship or from Roman Missal (but not with “re-traditionalized” wording); Communion in hand (with “throne” bringing the Host to the mouth).