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Mass: What is it?. The Source The Summit. LITURGY. “A public work done in the service of others”. LITURGY. a work done in public done in service done for others. Going to Mass = going to work!. Mass = the most important work of all.

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Mass:

What is it?

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The Source

The Summit

liturgy
LITURGY

“A public work

done in the

service of others”.

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LITURGY
  • a work
  • done in public
  • done in service
  • done for others
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Sacrosanctum Concilium

The Second Vatican Council’s document on Liturgy

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… that ALL the faithful should be led to that FULLY, CONSCIOUS and ACTIVE participation in liturgical celebrations which is demanded by the very nature of the liturgy …

this FULL and ACTIVE participation by all the people is the aim to be considered before all else …

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FULL PARTICIPATION

ALL of you and

ALL of you.

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CONSCIOUS

PARTICIPATION

Awake and Aware

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FULL, CONSCIOUS,

ACTIVE PARTICIPATION

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LITURGY
  • a work
  • done in public
  • done in service
  • done for others
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LITURGY:

You get what you give.

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The author gratefully acknowledges the contribution of www.lifeteen.com for the artwork used in this presentation.
  • Materials have been sourced from the LIFE TEEN Inc. publication:
  • “Plug Into Life: A guide to liturgy”
  • and from the LIFE Studios / LIFE TEEN Media Inc resources
  • www.lifeteen.com (website)
  • Community: It does the Body Good (LTTV video)
  • and also from the book
  • ‘Your One-Stop Guide to The Mass’ by Fr. Dale Fushek and Bill Dodds (Servant Publications, Ann Arbor MI, U.S.A. 2000.)
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