Those, along with what is posted in the "red books" are the rubrics I was always used to and what our chapel used for the most part. Then last year we had a new priest come in and gave us the proper rubrics we should be doing and had some little handouts in the back of the chapel that I have scanned in below. I do not know the source for this as there is none noted on the little paper, but it looks like it came out of an old book. I do have to say that it a lot more standing and less kneeling as you cab see for yourself. I am not saying the priest is wrong and do not think less of him, but it is different than what I am used to. The most obvious thing most all us were doing was genuflecting when the priest sprinkled us during the Asperges, which we learned is reserved for a Bishop or higher's blessing. Does anyone know why there is a discrepancy in the rubrics and where the one that we follow originates?
Rules for Assistance At High and Dialogue Masses
KNEEL at the prayers at the foot of the altar.
STAND when the Celebrant ascends the altar steps.
SIT with the priest at High Mass during the Gloria
STAND when the Celebrant rises.
KNEEL for the Collect(s) at penitential Masses.]
SIT for the Epistle.
STAND for the Gospel.
STAND for the Creed.
KNEEL at Et incarnatus est.
KNEEL only at the sung Et incarnatus est
SIT, STAND with the priest at High Mass.
SIT at the Offertory (just after the Oremus).
STAND for the incensation of the priest and remain standing.]
STAND at the "per omnia saecula saeculorum " before the Preface.
KNEEL at the end of the Sanctus.
STAND at the "per omnia saecula saeculorum " before the Pater Noster.
KNEEL at the end of the Agnus Dei.
STAND for the Dominus vobiscum before the Postcommunion Prayer(s).
KNEELING [at penitential Masses.]
KNEEL for the Last Blessing.
STAND for the Last Gospel (genuflecting with the Celebrant).