One of the most popular was to write the word on a large piece of parchment, and then after Vespers bury it in the churchyard, so that it could be dug up again on Easter Sunday. Our friends from the Fraterity of St Joseph the Guardian in La Londe-les-Maures, France, have posted some pictures of their ritual burial of the Alleluia on their Facebook page, which they very kindly agreed to share with us.
|Note the BLACK chasuble!|
In Divine Worship: The Missal, promulgated by the CDF/CDW commission Anglicanae Traditiones for use in the Ordinariates established under Anglicanorum coetibus beginning in Advent 2015, the season of Pre-Lent is restored. This includes the use of violet, the omission of the Gloria and Alleluias, and collects and other propers appropriate to the season. The readings, however, remain those of the corresponding numbered Sundays of the year.