Disert Missal for the Celtic Catholic Church USA

 

Official Disert Missal

 

The Disert Missal is a liturgical resource for Celtic Catholic Church USA clergy and communities which has been adapted from various authors in Celtic Churches.  The Disert Missal is for liturgical use only and thus is in a separate book form for Clergy and Religious Orders who are Celebrants of the Liturgy.

 

[Copyright © 2008-2015, Reformed Celtic Church. All rights reserved.  Credit to the Late Bishop Thomas Faulkenbury, founder of Celtic Churches,  +John Chiarmonte of the RCC, Mthr. Cait Finnegan of the Celtic Christian Church, and additions by the Celtic Catholic Church USA.]

 

Liturgy comes from a Greek word meaning "work of the people."  Consequently, local communities may develop liturgies to meet their specific needs and reflect their distinctive character.  The services listed here are not carved in granite and may be modified.  They are offered as a guide and resource.

 

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR ALL USING THIS MISSAL:

After formatting/re-edition all the entries for the Disert Missal BEFORE they were transferred to this site all the editing and formatting was not able to transfer as done!  The TITLE of each area of the Missal has been re-formatted, but if you wish to use all the contents in each section, you can simply cut and paste onto your favorite word program and then format it to your liking.  Thanks for your cooperation - blessings!

 

Morning Prayer

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Deacon, Abbot, Abbess, or Layperson

 

Evening Prayer

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Deacon, Abbot, Abbess, or Layperson

 

Holy Eucharist - Traditional Celtic

May be officiated by a Bishop or Priest

 

 

Celtic Christian Shabbat Fellowship

May be officiated by any member of the congregation

 

Observance of Samhain

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, or Deacon

 

Dalriadan Rosary

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Deacon, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Service for Ash Wednesday

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Tenebrae Service for Maundy Thursday

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Easter Sunrise Prayer Service

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Deacon, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Infant Baptism

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest Deacon, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Adult Baptism

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Deacon, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Confirmation

May be officiated by a Bishop or Priest

 

Holy Matrimony

May be officiated by a Bishop or Priest

 

Ministration to the Sick

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Deacon, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Reconciliation of a Penitent

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest, Deacon, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Funeral Rite

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest,  Deacon, Abbot, or Abbess

 

Ordination of a Deacon

May be officiated by a Bishop or Priest with the consent of the CCC USA Pastoral Council

 

Ordination of a Priest

May be officiated by a Bishop with the consent of the CCC USA Pastoral Council

 

Consecration of a Bishop

May be officiated by a Bishop with the consent of the CCC USA Pastoral Council

 

Celtic Rite for the Blessing of Holy Water

May be officiated by a Bishop, Priest,  Abbot, or Abbess

 

New - Celtic Eucharist Advent Service

May be offciated by a Bishop or Priest

 

New - Celtic Alternative Lord's Prayer

May be prayed by all

 

New - Full Lorica. Breastplate of St. Patrick

May be prayed by all

 

 

We are in the process of creating lists and links to both ancient and contemporary expressions of worship which reflects the spirit of Celtic Christian liturgy.  These will be forthcoming.  If you have a new liturgy to share please contact the webmaster and we'll post it here.  Thanks so much.

 

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