While the dialogue Low Mass is commonly found in many parts of Europe, it was not the general tradition in English speaking countries. Both are rubrically legitimate and can enrich the spiritual lives of the faithful as long as these have the appropriate internal dispositions animated by a deep spiritual life. The tradition in Australia before the changes after Vatican II is that the server does the vocal answering for the priest so that, usually, the Low Mass is otherwise silent except for the “Domine non sum dignus”. For the Sung and Solemn Masses, the faithful are actually encouraged to participate by chanting and singing at the parts allocated for the faithful.