Cebu Commission on Worship

Local Ordinary: Most Rev. Jose S. Palma, D.D. Director: Fr. Glenn Q. Guanzon
Assistant Director: Fr. Japheth C. Geonzon
Secretary: Edson A. Marañon

Operating as usual

21/06/2021
20/04/2021
Photos from Cebu Commission on Worship's post 02/03/2021

Update Guidelines for Lent, Holy Week, and Easter Triduum 2021

Photos from Cebu Commission on Worship's post 09/02/2021

Photos from Cebu Commission on Worship's post

13/01/2021

Attention: MUSIC MINISTRY: Ministry of Organists, Cantors of the Psalm and Choirs in the Archdiocese of Cebu

Re: Liturgical Hymnal in preparation for the celebrations of the liturgy in the Season of Lent

22/12/2020

The Nativity and Epiphany of our Lord

28/11/2020

From the approved liturgical BOOK OF BLESSINGS
ORDER FOR THE BLESSING WITHIN MASS OF AN ADVENT WREATH
First Sunday of Advent

Introduction

1509 The use of the Advent wreath is a traditional practice which has found its place in the Church as well as in the home. The blessing of an Advent Wreath takes place on the First Sunday of Advent or on the evening before the First Sunday of Advent. The Blessing may be celebrated during Mass, a celebration of the word of God, or Evening Prayer.

1510 Customarily the Advent Wreath is constructed of a circle of evergreen branches into which are inserted four candles. According to tradition, three of the candles are violet and the fourth is rose. However, four violet or white candles may also be used.

1511 The candles represent the four weeks of Advent and the number of candles lighted each week corresponds to the number of the current week of Advent. The rose candle is lighted on the Third Sunday of Advent, also known as Gaudete Sunday.

1512 If the Advent Wreath is to be used in church, it should be of sufficient size to be visible to the congregation. It may be suspended from the ceiling or placed on a stand. If it is placed in the presbyterium, it should not interfere with the celebration of the liturgy, nor it obscure the altar, lectern, or chair.

1513 When the Advent Wreath is used in the church, on the second and succeeding Sundays of Advent the candles are lighted before Mass begins or immediately before the COLLECT; no additional rites or prayers are used.

1514 When the blessing of the Advent Wreath is celebrated in the home, it is appropriate that it be blessed by a parent or another member of the family; the shorter rite may appropriately be used for this purpose.

1515 When the Advent Wreath is used in the home, the COLLECT of the Mass is recited when the candles are lighted. The lighting of the candles may be preceded or followed by an Advent hymn and a Scripture reading. The lighting of the Advent Wreath may fittingly be included as part of the evening meal.

1516 The Advent Wreath may be blesses by a priest, deacon, or a lay minister.

1517 After the gospel reading, the celebrant in the homily, based on the sacred text and pertinent to the particular place and the people involved, explains the meaning of the celebration.

GENERAL INTERCESSIONS
1518 The general intercessions follow, either in the form usual at Mass or in the form provided here. The celebrant concludes the intercessions with the prayer of blessing. From the following intentions those best for the occasion may be used or adapted, or other intentions that apply to the particular circumstances may be composed.

The celebrant says:
Christ came to bring us salvation and has promised to come again. Let us pray that we may be always ready to welcome him.

R/. Lord, hear our prayer.

or:

R/. Come, Lord Jesus.

Assisting minister:
That the keeping of Advent may open our hearts to God’s love, we pray to the Lord. R/.

Assisting minister:
That the light of Christ may pe*****te the darkness of sin, we pray to the Lord. R/.

Assisting minister:
That this wreath may constantly remind us to prepare for the coming of Christ, we pray to the Lord. R/.

Assisting minister:
That the Christmas season may fill us with peace and joy as we strive to follow the example of Jesus, we pray to the Lord. R/.

PRAYER OF BLESSING
1519 With hands outstretched, the celebrant says the prayer of blessing:
Lord God,
your Church joyfully awaits the coming of its Savior,
who enlightens our hearts
and dispels the darkness of ignorance and sin.

Pour forth your blessings upon us
as we light the candles of this wreath;
May their light reflect the splendor of Christ,
who is Lord, for ever and ever.

R/. Amen.

1520 or:

Lord our God,
we praise you for your Son, Jesus Christ:
he is Emmanuel, the hope of the peoples,
he is the wisdom that teaches and guides us,
he is the Savior of every nation.

Lord God,
let your blessing come upon us
as we light the candles of this wreath.
May the wreath and its light
be a sign of Christ’s promise to bring us salvation.
May he come quickly and not delay.

We ask this through Christ our Lord.

R/. Amen.

The first candle is then lighted.

11/11/2020

Attention to all Church Wedding Contractors who wish to apply for accreditation and to those who need to renew their accreditation.

13/10/2020
04/10/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

03/10/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

02/10/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

01/10/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

30/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

29/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

29/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

27/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

26/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

25/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

25/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

23/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

23/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

21/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

20/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

19/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

18/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

17/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

16/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

16/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

15/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

13/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

13/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

11/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

10/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

10/09/2020

Keeping our love for the liturgy, especially our hunger for the Holy Mass, in this time of pandemic. May these meditations and reflections keep your faith strong and firm.

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