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THRONE
REQUIEM
HARVEST TIME
TIME
CONSECRATION
EARLIER PART
EUCHARIST
HOLY COMMUNION
OFFERTORY
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Throne

  1. The service begins after the Proscomedy, or Offertory, by a solemn procession in which the emperor enters the church and is conducted to his throne.

Requiem

  1. Amen 10. Requiem for soloists, chorus, and orchestra, K. 626: Offertory.

Harvest Time

  1. There may be offertory plays at harvest time or animistic, ritualistic exorcisms protecting children from being devoured by the voracious god Kala.

Time

  1. The main difference between a pontifical and an ordinary High Mass is that the bishop remains at his throne almost all the time until the offertory.
  2. The sections of the Proper of the Mass include the Introit, Gradual, Alleluia or Tract (depending on the time of year), Offertory and Communion.

Consecration

  1. After the elimination of the Offertory and Communion, there remains only the Consecration as the part in which the true sacrifice is to be sought.

Earlier Part

  1. Its earlier part especially (the Liturgy of the Catechumens and the Offertory) is certainly later than the time of St. Basil.

Eucharist

  1. This service then replaces the Ministry of the Word, and the Eucharist begins with the Offertory.

Holy Communion

  1. Holy Communion, The - The second part of the Holy Eucharist, following the Word of God and beginning with the Offertory (see BCP, 333ff., 36]ff.).

Offertory

  1. Offertory - The presentation, reception, preparation, and offering of the gifts at the beginning of The Holy Communion, the second part of the Eucharist.
  2. Gifts - The offerings of Bread and Wine (and Alms) presented to the celebrant at the Offertory of the Eucharist.
  3. The liturgy then continues with the Offertory, at which the newly married couple may present the offerings of bread and wine.

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  1. Holy Communion
  2. Ritual > Rituals > Ceremonies > Eucharist
  3. Second Part
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