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Unit 5 Question
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Name and describe the three elements of the Concluding Rites
The three elements of the Concluding Rites are the greeting, the Final Blessing, and the Dismissal. The greeting actually functions as a farewell; the priest has united us with Christ, so the greeting of the Concluding Rite expresses thanks. The Final Blessing of the assembly can take three possible forms: the Simple Blessing, the Solemn Blessing (consisting of three petitions), or the Prayer over the People. Finally, the priest or deacon sends the assembly forth in the Dismissal. The Dismissal can take different forms, but all of them encourage us to walk with the Lord and follow his will in our daily lives.
What is the message of the priest or deacon's exhortation to the assembly at the end of the Mass to "go in peace, glorifying the Lord by your life"?
"Go in peace, glorifying the Lord by your life" is one of the options for the priest's Dismissal of the assembly at the end of the Concluding Rites (Roman Missal). With this message, the priest reminds us that, having received Christ in the Eucharist, we are called to remain in him and in his peace so that we may offer that peace to others and glorify God.
Name the Principal effect of receiving Holy Communion and explain what this means
The Eucharist strengthens our Union with Christ- it helps us grow in the Christian life, and it is our spiritual food. The Eucharist strengthens our Union with the Church- Through our participation in the Eucharist, we are untied more closely to the Church. The Eucharist encourages our prayer for the Unity of All Christians. The eucharist separates us from sin, the euchasrtist commits us to the poor
How does the Eucharist strengthen our Union with the Church
Through our participation in the Eucharist, we are united more closely to Christ and therefore our incorporation into the Church, and therefore our incoration into the Church, which began at Baptism, is renewed and deepened.
Another effect of the Eucharist is that it commits us to the poor. Describe what this means in your own life.
People started bringing their own food to eat, while others had little. Now in the eucharist we eat very little, and we get very little
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Sacraments Articles 31-33
12 A nature
11 B in ufficio
11 B.2 Verbs of emotion, desire, hope, and will