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Frequently Asked Questions
regarding
THE MEANING OF THE
CODE OF RUBRICS.

Q. 1. What does "Code of Rubrics" mean?

A. 1. The Code of Rubrics is a three-part liturgical document that was made known by public declaration in 1960 under Pope John XXIII, which in the form of a legal code indicated the rules governing the celebration of the Roman Rite Mass and Divine Office.

The three parts of the Code of Rubrics are:

The "General Rubrics." These are the rules concerning liturgical days such as Sundays, vigils, feasts, octaves, and matters such as the colour of the sacred vestments.

The rubrics of the "Roman Breviary."

The rubrics regarding the "Roman Missal."



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