Liturgy: The Catechism Of The Catholic Church

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The Catechism of the Catholic Church defines liturgy as being a service in which Catholic individuals participate in to rejoice the holiness of God (CCC1069). In liturgy members of the Catholic faith are able to commemorate Gods works through varies forms. Liturgy practices include: prayer, reading of scripture, receiving the sacraments and commemorating Christ through an active service (CCC1070).
2) In less than 100 words, explain the term using words and concepts appropriate to a ten-year-old child.
Liturgy is where people actively express their faith in Christ through many ways. Everyday we read and talk, but who provided this opportunity for us? Through liturgy we as human beings can celebrate what God gave us - eternal life. Liturgy is like saying “thankyou” to your
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Paschal Mystery refers to the passion, death, resurrection and ascension of Christ (CCC1067). The work “Paschal” means “the passing over” of Christ. The Paschal Mystery is celebrated at Mass and acts as a reminder that Jesus died on the cross for us and through this we have redemption. Another key idea to reflect on when looking at Paschal Mystery is the idea that there is a life beyond death and an eternal life with Christ. The Paschal Mystery is celebrated every Sunday, as it is the seventh day of the week and the Lord’s Day of rest (CCC1166).
2) In less than 100 words, explain the term using words and concepts appropriate to a ten-year-old child.
At Easter we celebrate the death and resurrection of Christ. This is because Jesus died on the cross for us to cleanse our sins and rose again a few days later. The word Paschal Mystery is a way of explaining the passion, death, resurrection and ascension of Christ. The word ascension means that God went up to heaven, as his work on earth was complete – he provided us with an eternal life with

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