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To submit news, send e-mail to the contact team. From Sandro Magister today, a piece about the liturgy of the Neocatechumenal Way movement. Scheerer is worth a read. The wager of Carmen and Kiko The founders of the Neocatechumenal Way aim to obtain definitive Vatican approval for their “convivial” way of celebrating the Mass.
The document is ready. But it could be modified or blocked in extremis.
One year ago, schereg the audience of January 17,the pope told the enthusiastic audience that the thirteen volumes of the fagnes in use schered their communities had received the longed-for approval, after a very lengthy examination begun in by the congregation for the doctrine of the faith, and after numerous corrections had been introduced, with about references to parallel passages of the official catechism of the Catholic Church.
Next January 20, however, the leaders and members of the Way expect from the supreme authorities of the Church an even more ardently desired “placet. They are celebrated in small groups, corresponding to the different stages of advancement on the catechetical journey. If in a parish, for example, there are twelve Neocatechumenal communities, each farness a different stage, there will be twelve Masses, celebrated in separate places more or less at the same time, preferably on Saturday evening.
The surroundings and furnishings trace out the image of a banquet: Even when the Neocatechumenals celebrate the Mass not in a parish hall but in a church, they ignore the altar.
They put a table in the middle and sit around it in a circle. Ppedro of the biblical readings of the Mass is preceded by an extensive “monition” on the part of one or the other of the catechists who lead the community and is followed, especially after the Gospel, by “resonances,” or personal reflections by a substantial number of those present. The priest’s homily is added to the “resonances” without being distinguished from them.
Communion also takes place in banquet epdro. The consecrated bread — a large unleavened loaf, two thirds white flour and one third whole wheat flour, prepared and baked according to detailed rules established by Kiko — is broken and distributed to those present, who remain in their places.
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After the distribution, it is eaten at the same time by all, including the priest. After this, the priest goes from one person to the next with the chalice of consecrated wine, which everyone drinks. There are also other peculiarities, but these four are enough to understand how different in form and substance the Masses of the Neocatechumenals are from those celebrated according to the general liturgical rules.
A difference that is certainly more pronounced than that between the Masses in the ancient Roman rite and in the modern rite. The Vatican authorities have repeatedly sought to bring the Neocatechumenals back to greater fidelity to the “lex orandi” in effect in the Catholic Church. But with a weak pulse and almost no results. The strongest reminder came with the promulgation of the definitive statutes of the Way, approved in In them, at article 13, the Vatican authorities established that the Masses of the communities must be “open also to other faithful”; that communion must be received “standing”; that for the biblical readings, only “brief monitions” of introduction are permitted, apart from the homily.
There is no trace of the “resonances” permitted in the previous, provisional statutes of in this same article 13 dedicated to the celebration of the Mass. It is mentioned only in article 11, which, however, concerns the weekday celebrations of the Word, which each community holds with its own catechists.
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The fact is that there has been very little change between the way in which the Farhes celebrate the Mass today and the way in which they celebrated it until a few years ago, when, moreover, the cups of consecrated wine were passed festively from hand to hand. It is only in theory that their group Masses have been opened to other faithful farnees well.
Standing or seated, peddo convivial way of distributing communion is still the same. The personal “resonances” of those present continue to invade and overwhelm the first part of the Mass. Kiko, Carmen, and their followers are counting on coming out of the audience with Benedict XVI next January 20 with explicit approval of all of this. An approval with all the official blessings. Promulgated by the Farnfs congregation for divine worship. Cardinal Arinze, now retired, was the protagonist in of a memorable clash with the heads of the Way, when he enjoined on them by letter a series of corrections, which they blatantly disobeyed.
As for Ranjith — now back in Sri Lanka, as archbishop of Colombo — it is difficult to find a cardinal more seasoned in defending fidelity to the fares tradition. In the field of the liturgy, Cardinal Ranjith has the reputation of being more Ratzingerian than Ratzinger himself, his mentor.
But to judge by the document that he is believed to dcherer ready for next January 20, this would not seem to be the case at all. In fact, his giving the go-ahead to the liturgical “creativity” of the Neocatechumenals would only harm the wise and patient work of reconstruction of the Catholic liturgy that Pope Benedict has been carrying farnea for years, with a courage equal to the great solitude that surrounds him.
And it would provide another point for the accusations scgerer the traditionalists, not to mention the Lefebvrists. Or to have believed that the liturgical excesses of the Way, if any, are minimal and forgivable, in comparison with the fervor of faith of those who participate in them.
Like him, many other cardinals and bishops look kindly on the Neocatechumenals, particularly in Spain. In the Vatican curia, they have a fiery supporter in the prefect of “Propaganda Fide,” Fernando Filoni, previously the substitute secretary of state.
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Thus, while with the other Catholic movements the Vatican authorities are inflexible in demanding respect for the liturgical norms, with the Neocatechumenals they are more indulgent. For example, it is tolerated that, in their Masses, the “resonances” should continue to overflow, when instead the more powerful Community of Saint Egidio was ordered, years ago, to have the homily delivered exclusively by the priest, and no longer — as took place previously — by the founder, Andrea Riccardi, or by other lay leaders of the community.
This widespread indulgence toward the liturgical licenses of the Neocatechumenals has an explanation that stretches back to the beginning of the movement, and that it is helpful to recall.
Luigi della Torre in Rome, also a prominent liturgist, pastor of the Church of the Nativity on Via Gallia, which was one of the movement’s first locations in Rome, and Archbishop Annibale Bugnini, at the time the powerful secretary of the Vatican congregation for divine worship and the main architect of the postconciliar liturgical reform. It was precisely Bugnini, at the beginning of the ‘s, who congratulated himself over the way in which the first communities founded by Kiko and Carmen celebrated the Mass.
And it was again him, together with the co-founders, who decided to csherer the newborn movement “Neocatechumenal Sccherer. There is a book by a Ligurian priest of the Way, Piergiovanni Devoto, that uses previously unpublished texts of Kiko and Carmen to make public this bizarre conception of theirs. The book, published in with the title “Il neocatecumenato. Here are some of the passages of the book, taken from pages The ‘Gloria,’ which was part of the liturgy of the hours recited by the monks, entered into the mass when a single celebration was made of the two actions, and that the ‘Credo’ emerged with the appearance of heresies and apostasies.
Even the ‘Orate Fratres’ is a culminating example of the prayers with which the mass was stuffed full. The scjerer was no more, and the mass had taken schered a penitential tone, in stark contrast with the paschal exultation from which it had emerged.
And this is an error, because the liturgy is life, a reality of the Spirit living among men. For this reason, it can never be bottled up.
The cloaks that had covered the eucharist were removed from it. It is interesting to see that originally, the anaphora [the prayer of consecration] was not written, but was improvised by the presider.
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