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External Solemnity of OL of the Rosary - Missa Solemnis - Canon Moreau - Institute of Christ the King
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@EJG - Thanks mate! I had an idea it was pre-Vat II and that it had to do with local arrangement re feasts etc.... But not the specifics; a thing you supplied most comprehensively. Thanks again mate! 👍
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The “external solemnity” of any feast means the celebration of the feast without an office, for the good of the faithful, either on the day on which the feast is impeded, or on a Sunday when the feast occurs during the week, or on some other established day.
357. An external solemnity either belongs to a feast by right or is granted by a special indult.
358. An external solemnity …More
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The “external solemnity” of any feast means the celebration of the feast without an office, for the good of the faithful, either on the day on which the feast is impeded, or on a Sunday when the feast occurs during the week, or on some other established day.
357. An external solemnity either belongs to a feast by right or is granted by a special indult.
358. An external solemnity belongs by right only to:a) the feast of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, on the 3rd Sunday after Pentecost; b) the feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary of the rosary, on the first Sunday of October;c) feasts of the 1st or 2nd class which are connected with some special liturgical service, if that liturgical service is transferred to a Sunday with the approval of the Holy See, only for the Mass which is celebrated in connection with the aforesaid liturgical service; d) the feast of a duly constituted principal patron; e) the anniversary of the dedication of the church itself in which the Mass is said; f) the titular feast of the church itself; g) the titular feast of the order or congregation; h) the feast of the holy founder of the order or congregation; i) feast of the 1st and 2nd class which are celebrated with an especially large attendance by the faithful; of this matter the local ordinary is the judge. 359. If an external solemnity belongs to a feast by right, and is not among those for which a certain day is assigned no. 358 above, it may be held either on the day on which the feast is impeded or on the Sunday immediately preceding or immediately following the office of the impeded feast, according to the rubrics. If it is granted by a special indult, however, an external solemnity is assigned a definite day. 360. One sung and one low Mass, or two low Masses, as votive Masses of the 2nd class, may be celebrated of the feast whose external solemnity is being held, except for the case specified in no. 358c.
361. The external solemnities granted by special indult to certain dioceses, churches or religious families before this date remain in force, with this restriction, however, that they are prohibited on liturgical days of the 1st class, and that never more than two Masses of the same solemnity may be celebrated. 😇
Fr. Kevin Seasoltz, The New Liturgy: A Documentation, 1903-1966. Herder & Herder, NY, 1966, pp.346-382.
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ACLumsden
I'm not quite sure what is meant by "External Solemnity"...... 🥴