On liturgy 3-1-17 Period A Elizabeth Engelgau

What is liturgy

Liturgy means "public work or wok done on behalf of the people." It can also mean "a form of formulary according to which public religious worship, especially Christian worship, is conducted." In other words a way to come together as one to worship.

Mass as sacrifice

The Eucharist is the sacrifice at the mass. The first Christians knew that the Eucharist was a sacrifice and preached it in their writings. They recognized this sacrifice in Jesus’ instruction, at the last supper before his death, when he said, "Do this in remembrance of me"

Community and liturgy

liturgy is about organizing the response. From things like sights, sounds, smells, touch and expecially in words. We plan the moments we come together for worship as a community

Liturgical diversity in the church

Liturgical diversity in the church, such as the sacraments and various cultures. Liturgical diversity can be a source of enrichment or of tension. Diversity shouldn't ruin unity but it must express the common faith.

How the is liturgy both unified and diverse in the church?

The liturgy is both unified and diverse in the church because people come together to worship as one. They are diverse because there are many different races and nationalities.

Honor pledge

I have neither given nor received unauthorized help on this work. Elizabeth Engelgau

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