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PERMISSION FOR USE OF THE HYMNS, CHANTS, AND OTHER CONTENTS PUBLISHED BY ILLUMINARE PUBLICATIONS / SOURCE & SUMMIT
The resources published by Illuminare Publications / Source & Summit, unless otherwise indicated, are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported LicenseOur musical and liturgical resources may be used in your parish freely, as well as in livestreams, as long as they are:
1. not sold commercially
2. not substantially altered
3. given proper attribution of the source
PERMISSIONS FOR USE OF THE READINGS IN ENGLISH AND THE MASS PRAYERS AND READINGS IN SPANISH IN LIGHT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
These policies apply only in the United States of America
Through December 31, 2020, no permission is required for livestreaming of Masses and the Divine Office via social media. As always, relevant liturgical law should be observed regarding the choice and use of texts.
Gratis permission is granted to include these texts in a downloadable or print worship aid through the conclusion of the current liturgical year (November 22, 2020). The texts must be reprinted verbatim and the appropriate copyright acknowledgment must be provided.
PERMISSION FOR USE OF THE TEXTS OF THE ROMAN MISSAL IN ENGLISH
No royalty is charged for reprinting ICEL translations in a publication for use at a specific Mass or celebration of an individual congregation or institution, for example: convention program booklets, jubilee Masses, ordinations, baptisms, first communions, confirmations, funerals, weddings, etc., provided that the following conditions are met:
a. the publication is not produced by a publishing firm;
b. the publication is not sold;
c. the appropriate copyright notice appears on the cover, inside cover, or title page;
d. the official editions of the texts are followed exactly.