I was sent this:
Dear Father,regarding your post on All Souls Sunday, here’s from the Ordo Missae Celebrandae et Divini oficii persolvendi secundum Calendarium Romanum generale pro anno liturgico 2014-2015 iuxta editionem III typicam Missalis Romani:November 2.Viol. vel Nig.IN COMMEMORATIONE OMNIUM FIDELIUM DEFUNCTORUMLH propria huius diei.Missa de Comm. omnium fidelium def., ut in Missali hac die, PE cum pf. def.Lectiones seligendae sunt ex iis quae in lectionario defunctorum proponuntur.Prohibentur omnes aliae celebrationes.So, no mention of Gloria or Credo.
ORIGINAL posted Oct 28, 2014 @ 17:27
From a priest…
Would you be able to, and would you be so kind as to tell me what the universal Roman Ordo says about All Souls Day, this Sunday? Gloria or not. Creed or not.
First, I like the distinction of a) being able and b) being willing.
I don’t have a Universal ordo handy. Tomorrow, I’ll be at the church where we use the Extraordinary Form, so they won’t have one either.
I wrote about this the other day, when a reader asked:
The Canadian Bishops’ official Ordo clearly calls for the Gloria and the Creed on Sunday November 2. (Along with a note warning that the Sunday celebration shouldn’t be too penitential because it’s the Resurrection.)
But the Missal seems to say, pretty clearly, that the Gloria and Creed do not belong to the proper Mass for the day, and that Mass takes precedence of the Sunday (in the Ordinary form).
That said, what does the universal Ordo really say?
Anyone? I’ll bet one of you readers has a universal ordo at hand.
I don’t have one with me and I have been saying Mass here in Rome in the Extraordinary Form.
It is so strange to contemplate All Souls on a Sunday…
Also, I wrote about this issue the other day: HERE