Editor’s note: This post is the third in a series about publishers’ resources to assist with implementation of the new missal. Today, Danielle Knott and Mary Fox from Liturgy Training Publications (LTP) discuss what LTP is preparing.
LTP continues to serve parish’s pastoral liturgical needs with these valuable resources to prepare for and implement the third edition of The Roman Missal:
Ritual Edition of the Roman Missal, Third Edition. This volume is casebound with gold foil stamp on the front cover and spine. It is available for pre-order now and will be available on October 1, 2011.
At the Supper of the Lamb: A Pastoral and Theological Commentary on the Mass, by Paul Turner. Provides theological and historical background on each part of the Mass. Questions for discussion and reflection.
Lift Up Your Hearts: A Pastoral, Theological, and Historical Survey of the Third Typical Edition of The Roman Missal, edited by Robert Tuzik, provides a collection of essays by liturgists and theologians James Presta, Ronald Lewinski, Anthony Sherman, Paul Turner, Jerry Galipeau, Francis Cardinal George, Andrew Wadsworth, and others.
The Order of Mass Study Edition and Workbook includes an introduction and commentary by J. Michael Joncas as well as the entire Order of Mass from the third typical edition of The Roman Missal to help priests understand and proclaim the texts more fully.
The Order of Mass Worship Aid includes the texts of The Order of Mass from the third edition of The Roman Missal. This worship aid can be used in parish communities, religious communities, nursing homes, schools, colleges and universities . . . anywhere the liturgy is celebrated.
The Order of Mass Worship Aid with Chant includes the primary chants, composed by the International Committee on English in the Liturgy, contained in The Roman Missal.
Pew Card for Mass will aid the assembly during the first months of implementation of the Missal. The primary prayers and responses that will change are printed on this durable card stock.
Praying the Roman Missal: Pastoral Reflections on the Revised English Translation, by Robert L. Tuzik, provides commentary on the third edition of The Roman Missal following the Order of Mass as presented in the Missal.
Preparing Your Parish for the Revised Roman Missal, Part I, provides background on the translation process, a preparation timeline, sample homily and pastoral letter, ideas for budgeting for catechesis and implementation, a glossary of terms, a Q & A with D. Todd Williamson, and list of resources.
Preparing Your Parish for the Revised Roman Missal: Reproducibles and Homilies for Catechesis and Faith Formation is a multi-use CD-Rom that allows parishes to provide catechesis and faith formation about the revised texts of the Mass. Included on this CD-Rom are liturgical homilies and handouts that can be inserted into the parish bulletin, mailed to all households, distributed at all parish meetings.
Sourcebook for Sunday and Seasons, and Weekdays, 2012: The Almanac for Pastoral Liturgy is the essential resource for preparing the liturgy. Information covers the meaning of the season, the saints who are honored, the liturgical books, the liturgical environment, the liturgical music, and how to bring the liturgy into homes. Available February, 2011.
Understanding the Revised Mass Texts, Second Edition booklets provide liturgical catechesis on each part of the Mass while exploring the English translation of the third edition of The Roman Missal. Author Paul Turner explains the reasons, and process for the revised translation. Understanding the Revised Mass Texts Leader’s Edition, Second Edition can be used alongside the booklets or pamphlets to facilitate catechetical sessions. Author Kathy Coffey provides eight session outlines, prayers, and discussion questions for each session, and background material for leaders.
What’s New about the Mass and What’s New about the Mass Teaching Edition: Handbook for Teachers and Catechists, both by Maureen A. Kelly, are resources for explaining the changes in the Mass texts in language appropriate to third through seventh-grade children.
What’s New about the Mass for Teens and What’s New about the Mass for Teens Teaching Edition: Handbook for Teachers and Catechists, both by Maureen A. Kelly, are resources for explaining the revised texts of the Mass at a level appropriate for seventh through twelfth-graders.
all by Christopher Carstens and Douglas Martis, explores the signs, symbols, and language of our worship. The DVD provides a video of the Mystical Body, Mystical Voice workshop for use in parishes and diocesan settings. The participants guide accompanies the DVD.
Additional homilies; bulletin inserts; reproducibles; blogs by Sandra Dooley, D. Todd Williamson, and Christopher Carstens; as well as news updates are available for free on LTP’s Web site, www.RevisedRomanMissal.org.