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Question 1: While the "Lamb of God" ("________" in Latin) litany is sung or recited, the priest breaks the host and places a piece in the main chalice; this is known as the rite of fraction and commingling.
Nicene CreedKyrieAgnus DeiLord's Prayer

Question 2: The first reading is followed by a ________, a complete Psalm or a sizeable portion of one.
Psalm 151PsalmsEpistlePsalms 152–155

Question 3: It concludes with a doxology, with the priest lifting up the paten with the host and the deacon (if there is one) the chalice, and the singing or recitation of the ________ by the people.
AmenMikvehHalakhaStoning

Question 4: The Eucharist is an integral part of many other sacramental services, including ordination and ________.
Holy OrdersCatholic ChurchBaptismConfirmation

Question 5: In accordance with that rule, the Gloria is omitted at ________.
BurialDeath and cultureFuneralCremation

Question 6: "Mass" is considered an ________ term.
AnglicanismAnglo-CatholicismCatholicismHigh church

Question 7: Mass is the usual English-language name for the Eucharistic celebration in the Latin liturgical rites of the ________.
PopePope John Paul IIPope Gregory ICatholic Church

Question 8: The central part is the Institution Narrative and Consecration, recalling the words and actions of Jesus at his ________, which he told his disciples to do in remembrance of him.
Good FridayLast SupperJudas IscariotEaster

Question 9: This is preceded by the singing or recitation of the Gospel Acclamation, typically an ________ with a verse of Scripture, which may be omitted if not sung.
Liturgical bookGospel (liturgy)AlleluiaGradual

Question 10: For information on the theology of the Eucharist and on the Eucharistic liturgy of other ________ denominations, see "Eucharist" and "Eucharistic theology".
ChristianityBaptistEcumenismChristian denomination







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