Laity all baptized members of the Church who share in Jesus' mission and witness to him and his message but are not priests or consecrated sisters or brothers; sometimes called lay people.
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All the baptized people in the Church who share in God's mission but are not priests or consecrated sisters or brothers; sometimes called lay people.
"God's final triumph over evil that will occur at the end of time when Christ returns and judges all the living and the dead. Then, all will fully see and understand God's plan for creation."
"God's final triumph over evil, when Christ will come again and bring the Kingdom of God to its Fullness."
"The meal Jesus shared with his disciples the night before he died. At the Last Supper, Jesus gave himself in the Eucharist."
Liturgical year the feasts and seasons of the Church calendar that celebrate the Paschal Mystery of Christ.
The official public worship of the Church. It includes the Seven Sacraments and forms of daily prayer.
The public prayer of the Church. It includes the Sacraments and forms of daily prayer.
Liturgy Of The Eucharist
Liturgy of the Eucharist the second main part of the Mass that includes Holy Communion.
Liturgy Of The Hours
Liturgy of the Hours the Church's public prayer offered at set times during the day and night to mark each day as holy.
Liturgy Of The Word
Liturgy of the Word the first main part of the Mass during which we hear God's Word proclaimed.
The prayer Jesus taught his followers to pray to God the Father. This prayer is also called the Our Father.