In another parish, it is the custom at the end of the kiss of peace
for the eucharistic ministers to pass among themselves a bottle of hand sanitizer.
The cardinal notes that during the 2005 Synod on the Eucharist the question of moving the kiss of peace
Outgoing bishop Ambrose Griffiths led the congratulations with the kiss of peace
after he anointed his successor and presented him with a book of the Gospels, a copy of St Cuthbert's cross and ring, mitre and pastoral staff.
What it means to be the People of God is explained by the Creed we say; and that we are one in Christ is symbolized by the Kiss of Peace
Don't sit in the same pew as Ponie if you panic at the kiss of peace
And it is sealed with a kiss, but not the kiss of peace
And so I made my first change as general superior and asked them to give me what I most longed for and needed--a kiss of peace
The kiss of peace
is probably the most misunderstood part of the Mass.
My strong feeling, based on the intent of the kiss of peace
during the liturgy, is that it should be placed immediately after the penitential rite at the beginning of Mass.
LOVE gives herself to all things, most excellent in the depths, and above the stars, cherishing all: for the High King she has given the kiss of peace
When I go to Mass on Sunday, usually my mind doesn't show up until after the sermon, and my heart doesn't show up until the kiss of peace
Outside of Sunday Mass, I see little community in Catholic parishes except for a perfunctory kiss of peace
exchanged among strangers.
After the sermon there are often altar calls and healings, then the Offertory, eucharistic prayer, and an all-encompassing kiss of peace
throughout the church.
We catch each other's eye, give each other warm handshakes or hugs during the kiss of peace
, wish each other well as we leave.
Another important aspect of the Eucharist that we've diminished, unfortunately, is the kiss of peace