Tag Archives: Domine non sum dignus

ASK FATHER: Should women say “Domine, non sum digna”?

From a readerette: Could you answer this for both the EF and the OF? Is the “Domine non sum dignus” a part of the Ordinary of the Mass that pertains to Sacrosanctum Concilium 54, and so would be something that … Read More

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“Imagine our Lord himself as holding back, keeping you waiting for a little.”

Pat Archbold uses the opportunity of the implementation of the new translation to reflect on the three-fold “Domine non sum dignus” before Communion. […] I have for years attended the Traditional Latin Mass when my schedule would permit and will … Read More

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A thought for the “Lord, I am not worthy” at your next Mass

No one is, in the strictest sense, “worthy” to receive Holy Communion. Yet the Lord wished it to be so, and so, he makes us “worthy” in our membership in His Mystical Person by our membership in the Church, by … Read More

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