On Liturgy Nik scaLzo

What is Liturgy?

Liturgy is a form or formulary according to which public religious worship, especially Christian worship, is conducted.

Mass as sacrifice

We as Christians do believe that the Mass does participate in the everlasting sacrifice of Christ. In Hebrews 25-28 it reads, "Not that [Christ] might offer Himself there again and again, as the high priest enters year after year into the sanctuary with blood that is not his own; if that were so, He would have had to suffer death over and over from the creation of the world. But now He has appeared at the end of the ages to take away sins once for all by His sacrifice. Just as it is appointed that men die once, and after death be judged, so Christ was offered up once to take away the sins of many; He will appear a second time not to take away sin but to bring salvation to those who eagerly await Him." The mass is almost like a memorial.

Community and Liturgy

Worship happens when we respond to God’s grace together as one in unity. God says that when 2 or more are gather then he is there with you. That's why we should worship together as one.

Liturgical diversity in the church

There are twenty three Catholic Churches. That just shows how diverse the catholic faith is. Many of the churches liturgies are differemt from each other. Some ideas could be that the priests are dressed differently, or if people sit at the reading of the gospel.

The Liturgy is both unified in diverse in the way they worship Jesus. They both have the overall knowing that Chris is lord and that he should be praised. The way they are diverse is the way that they worship Christ.

Nik scalzo, PD. E, 2/28/17, I have neither given nor received unauthorized help on the work.

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