LAW Covid-19 FUNERAL CELEBRATIONS
SOME Rnswers to celebrations in general (in the newspaper). Listed below are some of the most frequently asked questions that families ask to be able to move consciously within religious places and environments.
WHO CELEBRATES HOLY MASS (funeral, wedding, etc.)?
The priest or religious (conventual order, e.g. the friar) who is ordained by the Bishop, can celebrate the rites.
WHO ORGANIZES MUSIC IN LITUGIA?
The liturgical musical minister, or the Master accredited to act in the direct of the rite, is a person of the altar authorized to operate in places of worship for experience and artistic musical training. S. Mass is celebrated by the president (priest) in concert with the liturgical ministers (master of ceremonies, teacher and musicians, readers, etc.) and the assembly of the faithful.
WHERE ARE THE RITES CELEBRATED?
The s. Funeral, wedding, etc. they are celebrated in parish churches. You can ask for the "nulla osta" from your parish priest to celebrate the rites in other churches. ARE
THE HOLY MASS OPEN TO ALL?
The celebrations are public except those requested in private form (private funeral).
IS IT POSSIBLE TO ENTER PERSONAL MOMENTS OR CHOOSE SOME PARTS OF THE MASS?
The liturgical rite has its own defined form in order to function therefore, it is possible to agree with the priest the readings, some liturgical formulas chosen from those present in the missals and possibly a moment of greeting that the family shows to those present. Furthermore, with the guidance of the Maestro, a musical repertoire suitable for the celebration and according to the wishes of the family is available.