In the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite, when the Creed is said or sung, all present bend the knee or kneel at the words “et incarnatus est“. In the Ordinary Form this practice was reduced only to two days of the year, Christmas and Annunciation.
In my opinion, the practice of genuflecting or kneeling at this point in the Creed should be resumed for every Mass in the Ordinary Form. Let the “gravitational pull” exert its force! Let the mutual enrichment begin!
For Christmas, what happened where you went to Mass?
Chose your best answer and leave a comment.