Compendium eucharisticum on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. [7] Cf. Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, ” Compendium Eucharisticum,” LEV, Vatican City, Title, Compendium eucharisticum. Documenti vaticani. Publisher, Libraria Vaticana, ISBN, , Length, pages. Subjects.

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John Mary Vianney, besides concretely representing a supreme model of the priesthood, always proclaimed with clarity and incomparable emphasis the dignity of the priesthood and the centrality of the ordained ministry in the heart of the Church. Drawing from his teachings, the Holy Father re-proposed these words of the saint: He utters a few words and the Lord descends commpendium heaven at his voice, to be contained within a small host.

Who put him there in that tabernacle? Who welcomed your soul at the beginning of your life? Who feeds your soul and gives it strength for its journey?

Who will prepare it to appear before God, bathing it one last time in the blood of Jesus Christ? The priest, always the priest. And if this soul should happen to die clmpendium a result of sin], who will raise it up, who will restore its calm and peace? Again, the priest… After God, the priest is everything!

John Mary points to the greatness of the priest with the privileged reference to the power that he exercises in the sacraments in the name of the Person of Christ. The Pope writes that the saint “was convinced that the fervor of a priest’s life depended entirely upon the Mass: My God, how we ought to pity a priest who celebrates as if he were engaged in something routine!


The Year for Priests proposes for our reflection the figure of the priest and, in a special way, his dignity of ordained minister who celebrates the sacraments, for the benefit of the whole Church, in the Person of Christ, high and eternal priest.

The Priesthood and the Mass

In the present year,then, we celebrate 40 years since this promulgation. Next year,we will celebrate two other anniversaries that are also directly linked to the celebration of the Eucharist.

The first is the 40th anniversary of the promulgation of the definitive “editio typica” first of the “Institutio Generalis Missalis Romani. Pius Compenvium with the apostolic constitution “Quo primum” of July 14, This constitution is recalled, together with Pius V’s missal, from the very first words of Paul VI’s above-mentioned apostolic constitution ” Missale Romanum “[5]. The two missals, also united in the celebrations of the respective anniversaries, are two forms of the one “lex orandi” law of prayer of the Church of the Latin Rite.

Compendium Eucharisticum – LIBRUM

Pius V and reissued by Blessed John XXIII is to be considered as an extraordinary expression of that same ‘lex orandi,’ and must be given due honor for its venerable and ancient usage. They are, in fact, two usages of the one Roman rite.

It is, therefore, permissible to celebrate the Sacrifice of the Mass following the typical edition of the Roman Missal promulgated by Bl.


The Priest in the Eucharistic Celebration. Through these periodic articles by expert theologians, liturgists and canonists, we will try to present the role and the task of the priest in the various parts of the Mass in a clear and accessible way, with respect to both missals.

The hope is that these articles will help priests take advantage of the opportunity for reflection and conversion offered by the Year for Priests and move them to a care that is always more attentive to the “ars celebrandi” art of celebrating.

We hope, moreover, that the contributions will eucharristicum help the other readers — men and women religious, seminarians, faithful lay people — to reconsider with greater attention, and venerate with profound eucnaristicum respect, the grandeur of the Eucharistic mystery and the dignity of the sacerdotal office, and rediscover their centrality in the life and mission of the Church.

“Compendium Eucharisticum” Presented to Pope – ZENIT – English

AAS 57p. AAS 61p. The preparation of this text was entrusted to the dicastery directly by the Holy Father, who mentioned it in the post-synodal apostolic exhortation ” Sacramentum Caritatis “, Feb.