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Now post the REST OF WHAT WAS SAID you lying by omission sack of shit.
And if you actually read for comprehension and context - I've BEEN saying they do NOT DO EULOGY'S DURING THE MASS.
The shit you just posted even says "AT THE CONCLUSION OF THE MASS", of course if you posted the REST Of the paragraph you and Lynne delted, it would be noted that the OCF forbids it.
Of course, the RCC seems to have "loopholes" for everything. They certainly did for the hundreds of molesting priests.
One might ask oneself, if the Church prohibits eulogies at funerals, how is it that we might have four speakers deliver a series of eulogies? There is a small loophole in that the Order of Christian Funerals does allow that,“A member or a friend of the family may speak in remembrance of the deceased before the Final Commendation begins.”(OCF # 170). However, if a family member or friend speaks, the ritual intends for this to happen after Communion at the conclusion of the Mass while the priest and ministers are standing at the coffin about to begin the Final Commendation. The words are expected to be very brief, highlighting an aspect of the life of faith of the deceased.
They are done after communion and before the Final Commendation. Both of these things take place at the end of Mass but they are still both part of the funeral mass. It says 'at' the conclusion not 'after' the conclusion. There is a difference.