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The Altar Server’s Handbook of The Archconfraternity of St. Stephen

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The Altar Server’s Handbook of The Archconfraternity of St. Stephen

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Product Code: B1795

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The Altar Server’s Handbook of The Archconfraternity of St. Stephen is the ultimate altar boy ceremonial, covering the general directions for serving and the manner of serving every form of the Mass, from Low Mass to Solemn High Mass.

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The Altar Server’s Handbook of The Archconfraternity of St. Stephen is the ultimate altar boy ceremonial, covering the general directions for serving and the manner of serving every form of the Mass, from Low Mass to Solemn High Mass.

Chapters: General Directions

  • Particular Instruction
  • The Manner of Serving Low Mass
  • Communion outside Mass
  • Benediction
  • Solemn High Mass
  • High Mass—Missa Cantata
  • High Mass of Requiem
  • Mass before the Blessed Sacrament Exposed
  • The Archconfraternity of Saint Stephen is a Guild formed with the object of sanctifying the server while serving the Mass and other sacred ceremonies. It was formed in March of 1905 in England by Father Hamilton MacDonald with the permission of Cardinal Bourne, then Archbishop of Westminster. Later of that same year, it was blessed by Saint Pius X. On December 04, 1906, the same Pope erected the guild to be an Archconfraternity with permission to establish other chapters of the Guild outside of the Diocese of Westminster within the British Isles. On February 19, 1934, Pope Pius XI allowed the Guild to spread throughout the entire British empire, and throughout the world.

    Additional Information

    Product CodeB1795
    KeywordsTraditional Catholic Tradition, Tridentine, Latin Mass Tradition books Latin Mass - Altar Servers
    BindingPaperback.
    Number of Pages64
    PublisherBiretta Books