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All Things Rite and Musical #14.2

All Things Rite and Musical #14.2

Down the Liturgical Rabbit Hole, Episode 14 Part 2

In this episode: we talk all things Rite II Prayer C

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Kit Carlson

We use Prayer C once a year...usually in Epiphany, which means we are using it right now. "This fragile earth, our island home" is my favorite part.

What I find weird is the placement of the epiclesis right after the Sanctus. I have a congregation where half of them fall to their knees regardless, when the Sanctus ends. So they are rumbling with kneelers, etc. while I am invoking the Holy Spirit. (and I will not give a pause so they can kneel, because the rubric says "The Celebrant continues," with no reference to body posture)

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