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- As soon as Priest kneels and is handed the aspergilium.
- As soon as Asperges ends. If no Asperges, as soon as Priest enters church.
- As soon as Introit ends.
- Priest intones at end of Kyrie.
Gradual and Alleluia:
- Right after the Epistle.
- Intoned by Priest right after homily. If no homily it will be intoned immediately after Gospel.
- Right after Priest says the first “Oremus” of the offertory prayers. Must be quiet in time for the preface. Cue to stop singing (if needed) is “Orate fratres”
- After the ‘dicentes’
- After ‘Et cum spiritu tuo’ after the Pater Noster. Should not take so long as to interrupt the Priest’s ‘Ecce Agnus Dei.’
Communion (receive prior to congregation):
- As soon as congregation begins receiving communion. If some of schola is not receiving, schola should sing as soon as the Priest walks towards the comm. rail.
Ite, Missa Est
- After Postcommunion prayer.