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Concluding remarks

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WC18 - The Concluding Paragraph

1 WC18 THE CONCLUDING PARAGRAPH What It Does Many books, movies, and speeches have achieved lasting fame because of their final lines.

The Concluding Rites

The Concluding Rites Kristopher W. Seaman Revised Roman Missal: The Concluding Rites © 2010 Archdiocese of Chicago: Liturgy Training Publications, 3949 South Racine Avenue, Chicago IL 60609; 1-800-933-1800; www.LTP.org. Photo © John Zich.

Welcoming the New Roman Missal

The Concluding Rite: Go In Peace The final words of our Mass make up the Concluding Rite. It's just a few sentences. It consists of some brief announcements (if necessary), a greeting, a blessing, a dismissal by a priest or deacon, and the veneration of the altar (GIRM 90).

The Concluding Rite

The Concluding Rite The Concluding Rite of the Mass is very brief, yet it sends us out to be the Body and Blood of Christ for each other and the world.


he most enduring aspect of the Anglican Church's life is its mission. Over the two thousand years of Christian history, during which the faith has become global, the focus of Christian life has been mission.

Concluding Remarks Nonlinear chemical kinetics: past, present ...

Concluding Remarks Nonlinear chemical kinetics: past, present and future IrvingR. Epstein Department of Chemistry, MS 015, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA 02454-9110, USA Receivved 17th October 2001 First published as an Adv vanceArticleon the web 8th January 2002 Introduction This has been a ...


CONCLUDING RITE The Mass ends with a brief rite. After greeting the people, the priest blesses them and sends them forth to continue their mission in the world.

Concluding Remarks

Concluding Remarks G. EVELYN HUTCHINSON Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut This concluding survey1 of the problems considered in the Symposium naturally falls into three sections.