An accident is how something looks, feels, smells, tastes, and sounds
• What is an accident?
no because you have to have something to describe
o Can you have an accident without a substance?Why?
those of bread
o What are the accidents of the host before consecration?
those of bread
o What are the accidents of the host after consecration?
a substance is what a thing is - marker, a ball, etc
• What is a substance?
usually not. However, with spiritual things you can-a soul, the Holy Spirit, angels
o Can you have a substance without an accident?
o What is the substance of the host before consecration?
Jesus: Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity
o What is the substance of the host after consecration?
• What is the host after Consecration?
Jesus/ Jesus + Bread/ Bread
o Transubstantiation: When the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ
• What is Transubstantiation?
Yes, this is correct because Jesus told us to perform the Mass.
Are the Catholics right to believe that the host is really Jesus?
The first Mass was the Last Supper.
When was the First Mass?
• At this Mass, Jesus said, "Do this in remembrance of me." He said this to the Apostles, the first Bishops. Since then Catholic priests and bishops have been saying Mass.
What did Jesus say at the first Mass?
Jesus is in the consecrated host for as long as the accidents of bread and wine are still present.
How long is Jesus in the consecrated Host?
When we receive Jesus at Mass, the accidents are still present for about 15 minutes
How long is Jesus in us?
Jesus can remain in the tabernacle until the accidents are no longer present.
How long is Jesus present in the tabernacle?
The Introductory Rite / The Liturgy of the Word / the Liturgy of the Eucharist/ The Concluding Rite
What are the four main parts of the Mass?
1. Entrance Song and Procession 2. Sign of the Cross 3. Greeting 4. Penitential Rite 5. Kyrie 6. Gloria 7. Opening Prayer
What are the seven parts of the Introductory Rite (in order)
We are preparing for Mass by making a Pilgrimage to the place where heaven and earth will meet on the altar (standing)
What do we do in the Entrance Song and Procession
The priest, who is a fellow pilgrim, will help us to prepare for Mass and we should become more focused. (standing)
What do we do in the greeting?
"I confess, to almighty God, and to you my brothers and sisters, that I have sinned through my own fault..." (standing)
What do we do in the penitential rite?
"Lord have mercy, Christ have mercy, Lord have mercy" / This is where we beg for God's mercy because we are sorry for our sins and hope to be forgiven. (standing)
What do we do in the Kyrie?
Glory to God in the Highest and peace to His people on earth.../ We are saying that God is so wonderful. We say this with joy because we have been forgiven for our sins and are about to begin Mass. (standing)
What do we do in the Gloria?
Here the priest invites us to enter more deeply into the Mass. (standing)
What do we do in the Opening Prayer?
1: First Reading, 2: Responsorial Psalm, 3: Second Reading, 4: Gospel Acclamation, 5: Gospel, 6: Homily, 7: Profession of Faith, 8: General Intercessions
What are the eight parts of the Liturgy of the Word?
We sit and hear a reading, usually from the Old Testament
What do we do during the First Reading?
We sit and usually hear one of the 150 psalms written by King David.
What do we do during the Responsorial Psalm?
We sit and usually hear a reading from the New Testament.
What do we do during the Second Reading?
We stand and sing (or say) Alleluia.
What do we do during the Gospel Acclamation?
We stand and hear a reading about the life of Christ as written by Matthew, Mark, Luke, or John
What do we do during the Gospel?
We sit and hear the priest explain the Gospel.
What do we do during the Homily?
We stand and recite the Nicene Creed written at the Councel of Nicea
What do we do during the Profession of Faith?
We pray for our Church Leaders, those suffering, those closest to us, those who have died.
What do we do during the General Intercessions?
The Offertory Procession, The Preface, Sanctus, the Epeclesis, the Consecration, Anamnesis, Doxology, Our Father, The Sign of Peace, Lamb of God, Receiving Communion, the Prayer after Communion
What are the parts of the Liturgy of the Eucharist?
The Congregation sits while a few people bring the gifts of bread, wine, water, and sometimes money to the altar. We do this as our offering to God. We should also bring all of ourselves to give to God.
What do we do during the Offertory Procession?
We are kneeling when Father says the words of Christ, "This is my Body, which will be given up for you." Then he does the same with the wine. This is part of the Eucharistic prayer and is the highest point of the Mass.We kneel. ( at Overbrook we stand)
What do we do during the The Consecration ?
We ask the Father in heaven to grant us all we need to get to heaven and we promise to do His will on earth. The doxology is when we praise God and say, "For the kingdom, the power, and the glory are yours now and forever." We are standing.
What do we do during the The Our Father?
We stand and with reverence show one another our love. This is a time to forgive any hurts.
What do we do during the Sign of Peace?
We stand and say "Lamb of God, you take away the sins of the world, have mercy on us. Lamb of God, you take away the sins of the world, have mercy on us. Lamb of God, you take away the sins of the world, grant us peace.Then we kneel and say, "Lord I am not worthy to receive you but only say the word and I shall be healed."
What do we do during the Agnus Dei?
At Communion we receive Jesus into our bodies and souls. This is the most important time of your week. Take time to be with Jesus. Even if it is difficult to focus, just keep thinking about the fact that God has come into your body and soul.
What do we do during Communion/Prayer after Communion?
We should be prepared to bring Jesus into the world because we are the members of His body.
When Father blesses us and dismisses us, what is our job?
O Sacrament most Holy, O Sacrament divine, all praise and all thanksgiving be every moment thine.
What Prayer do we pray after Mass?
this is Jesus in the Sacrament of Eucharist and He is most Holy
What does, "O Sacrament most Holy" mean?
This sacrament is divine, therefore, it is God
What does, "O Sacrament divine" mean?
all the praise and thank-you's we have in us we give to Jesus
What does, "All praise and all thanksgiving be every moment thine." mean?
Which three places are we at Mass?The Resurrection, the Crucifixion, The Last Supper
Which three places are we at Mass?
We know that all the thank-you's in the world are not enough to thank Him for even one Mass.
Why do we pray the , "O Sacrament most holy" prayer after Mass?
How many things do we ask for in the Our Father?
What do we remember when we make the Sign of the Cross?
Trinity and the Crucifixion
Who had the vision in the temple?
What did Isaiah see in his vision?
The angels singing and praising God saying, "Holy, holy, holy"
Why are we called pilgrims?
Because we are journeying towards our true home-Heaven.
Why do we say "Sanctus" three times?
In honor of the Trinity
What is the priest teaching us how to do during the Opening Prayer?
He is teaching us how to pray.