Other Foundations' of Catholic Theology

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Other Foundations of Catholic Theology By, Henry Nabea Abstract This paper comprises of two written assignments. This first assignment is a detailed description of my experiences at the celebration of the Catholic liturgical celebration of the Sacrament of Eucharist…

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My Experience at the Celebration of a Catholic Liturgy In the Catholic Church, liturgy is understood as the official common prayers of the Church. Liturgy is meant to continue the priestly office of Jesus Christ (Pious XII, Mediator Dei). Understood in this sense, liturgy therefore is the official prayers of the Church that is meant to unite the believers, through Jesus Christ, to God, the creator. In the Catholic Church, there are many forms of prayers that are considered as Liturgy. One of the most common and important Liturgy in the Catholic Church is the celebration of the Eucharist. In this paper, I am going to describe my experiences at the celebration of Eucharist. In the description of my experiences at the celebration of Eucharist, I have focused on my experiences of the participant’s interaction, how I experienced the presence of Jesus Christ in the liturgical actions, how I experienced Liturgy as a teaching action, and how my experiences drew me closer to the community with whom I celebrated the Eucharist. On the interaction among the participants of the Eucharistic celebration liturgy, I experienced that there was a close interaction among all the participants of the liturgical celebration. ...
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