viii. Notes for the Server
 Some authorities say that when he presents such Vestments as have the Cross wrought upon them, he will draw them to his lips, as if to kiss the sacred emblem, but, out of reverence, he will refrain from actually doing so.
 When he is moving the Book from one side of the Altar to the other, it seems best he should walk on the step below the predella, and at other times when he has to cross the Sanctuary, that he should do so on the pavement below the steps.
 During the Creed, he will make the usual inclinations and the Sign of the Cross at the end, at the same time as the Priest.
 The Server makes his Communion next after the Celebrant, even though a Priest be present, about to assist and desiring to communicate.
 If the Ablutions are taken immediately after the Communion of the people, the Server, will at once, proceed to the Credence and then carry out the directions in the text enclosed within brackets. After the Blessing he rises, goes to the centre, makes a reverence to the Altar and then proceeds to the Epistle side where he stands for the Last Gospel but first conveys the Book to the Gospel side, if it be necessary.