Those guidelines, Hilgartner said, conflicted with the 2010 version of the General Instruction of the Roman Missal.
What does GIRM stand for?
GIRM stands for General Instruction of the Roman Missal (Catholic instruction for Liturgy)
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- Generalized Information Retrieval Language
- Ghost in Real Life
- Graph Information Retrieval Language
- Guy in Real Life (message boards)
- Generalized Information Retrieval & Listing System
- Generalized Information Retrieval Language System (computing)
- Girls in Real Life Situations
- Girls In Recreation, Leadership and Sports (Texas)
- God in Real Life Situations
- Greater Indiana Regional League of Soccer (est. 1993)
- Geospatial Interoperability Reference Model (Federal Geographic Data Committee)
- Georgia Interlocal Risk Management Agency (Atlanta, GA)
- Gas Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry
- Garbage in Rubbish Out
- General Instructions for Routing and Reporting Officers (US Navy)
- General Insurance Research Organising Committee (UK)
- General Interbank Recurring Order
- Government Internal Revenue Order (India)
- Groupe en Informatique et Recherche Opérationnelle (public transit and postal software company)
- Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
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Liturgical Press, 1999), and of the "Commentary on the General Instruction of the Roman Missal," which received two 2008 Catholic Press Association Book Awards: first place in the Liturgy category and an honorable mention in the Professional Books category.
In 1969, at the direction of the Council, and by the authority of Pope Paul VI, the Congregation for Divine Worship issued the General Instruction of the Roman Missal [GIRM].
The Year of the Eucharist that has begun is a propitious time to study in detail the the General Instruction of the Roman Missal, the general ordering of the Roman Missal following the publication of the third "editio typica" in May 2003.
In 2000, the Roman Missal supplanted that indult, fitting it into the General Instruction of the Roman Missal that both kinds may be available "whenever it may seem appropriate" to the priest as outlined by the bishop.
Comment: The General Instruction of the Roman Missal (GIRM) and other documents, including the Gospel of John 13:1-15, leave no doubt that the bishop's understanding of the Holy Thursday liturgy is the correct one.
Now, with the new General Instruction of the Roman Missal, we have to receive from the priest or deacon.
Now the liturgical guidelines for Life Teen will be changed to conform to the General Instruction of the Roman Missal.