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Putting the Parts of the Catholic Mass in Order

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Put the parts of the Mass in Order.

Created Date 11.06.18
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  • Symbolizing both Christ's journey to Calvary and our coming to offer worship to God.
  • We call to mind our sins, acknowledging our need for God's mercy and asking him to grant it.
  • Ancient hymn of praise by which we honor and glorify God.
  • Opening prayer of Mass that "collects" the intentions of all present and offers them to God.
  • Usually from the Old Testament--We listen to God speak to us.
  • We respond to God with a song/response of praise or petition.
  • On Sundays, Solemnities, and some feasts, from the New Testament Epistles, Acts of the Apostles, or Revelation
  • We prepare to hear the very words of Jesus from the Gospels
  • We again hear the Word of God proclaimed by the priest or deacon.
  • The priest or deacon offers a teaching/reflection on the readings.
  • The people together profess our Faith as a response of acceptance of what we have heard.
  • The assembly offers prayers for the needs of The Church, the World, and the Local Community
  • The altar is prepared for the consecration. The people offer their own intentions in union with the priest.
  • Specific prayer of thanksgiving that usually incorporates references to a specific feast or liturgical season
  • Prayer of acclamation that reminds us that the Mass unites heaven and earth.
  • The calling down of the Holy Spirit upon the gifts of bread and wine.
  • Through Transubstantiation, the bread and wine become the body and blood of Jesus.
  • Together the congregation proclaims the mystery of Faith.
  • At the conclusion of the Eucharistic prayer the people proclaim their assent of Faith to all that was done
  • We pray in the words of Christ, united as brothers and sisters in him and as children of God.
  • United as one family we offer a sign of peace symbolizing our unity in Jesus.
  • We, again, call upon the mercy of God recognizing that Jesus is the Passover Lamb who died to save us.
  • We receive the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Jesus in the Eucharist
  • We make one more unified prayer of praise and thanksgiving to God for the gift of his Son's sacrifice.
  • We are sent to proclaim and live what we have done and encountered to the rest of the world.
  • The priest processes out of the Church to symbolize that we are all called to go proclaim the Gospel