Tricks of the Trade for the Sede Vacante

In my last post I pointed out the helpful resources put out by the USCCB for use during the Interregnum (Sede Vacante).  In it they made clear what priests are supposed to say (or rather, not say) during the Eucharistic Prayers.  To make sure I didn’t slip into the old (already) habit of saying “Benedict our Pope” take a look at what I did this morning before Mass:

 

I did that for each of the Eucharistic prayers.

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