In order to celebrate the Eucharist it takes a few liturgical objects:
-ChaliceConsecrated vessel to contain the wine, which after the consecration will become the Blood of Jesus.
-PatenThe plate on which the hosts that the priest will consecrate during the mass are placed.
-CorporalThe consecration of the chalice and paten is performed on a small white cloth that is placed on top of the altar cloth, on which the chalice and paten are placed.
-Cruet settwo containers containing wine and water for use in offertory.
-PallsA small square white cloth with which the chalice is covered.
-Cup: large cup with lid, intended for the preservation of consecrated hosts.
-Purifieris used to purify (clean) the vessels after communion.
-CandlesThe two are usually used, and represent the presence of the risen Jesus who is our light.
-WashbasinThe priest is used to wash his hands before the consecration.
-ManiturgiaThe priest's hand towel is a small cloth used as a towel for the priest to dry his hands.
-Liturgical booksThe book that is placed on the altar is the missal, which contains the prayers proper to the mass, but there is also the lectionary, which is placed on the ambo and contains the readings of the word of God that are proclaimed at mass; the book of the see, which is like the missal but only with the opening prayers, the intentions and the closing prayers; the gospel book, which is like the lectionary but contains only the word of the Gospels; and the book of the guide, which has some texts to animate the celebration.
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