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  1. the liturgy and worship service in
    which the Eucharist is celebrated
    mass
  2. the service of God offered by the
    people of God in divine worship
    liturgy
  3. the
    part of the Mass that extends from the first reading of Scripture until
    the prayer of the faithful
    liturgy of the word
  4. that part of the Mass that begins
    with the Nicene Creed and ends with the dismissal
    liturgy of the Eucharist
  5. the setting apart of a person or
    place for a special divine use
    consecration
  6. :
    an order for worship
    rite
  7. a set or form of religious
    observances that are enacted to represent a religious experience or set of
    beliefs
    ritual
  8. the 27 books accepted as Scripture
    and as God’s revelation, centered in Jesus Christ
    new testament
  9. the biblical books considered to be
    canonical Scripture and the self-revelation of God; the Roman Catholic canon
    numbers 46 books while the Protestant canon is composed of 39 books
    old Testament
  10. writings
    regarded as sacred; the term may refer to a single verse of the whole
    Bible
    scripture
  11. relating
    to the Christian church
    ecclesial
  12. a formal statement of belief
    creed
  13. a
    part of the opening rite of the Mass and consists of a prayer of confession of
    sinfulness with responses
    penitential rite
  14. a prayer for all ranks and orders in
    the Church, living and dead, and for all men, and where particular prayers are
    stated
    General Intercession
  15. at the consecration in the Mass, the
    changing of the substance of bread and wine, by God’s power, into the substance
    of Jesus Christ’s body and blood, which becomes present while the “species”
    (bread and wine) remain
    Transubstantiation
  16. briefly kneeling on the right knee as
    an act of devotion in acknowledging God’s presence
    genuflection
  17. 1.
    : the belief
    that Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are three Persons in one Godhead
    Blessed Trinity
  18. the prayer taught by Jesus to his disciples and
    recognized as a model prayer
    the Lord Prayer
  19. : that which is regarded and revered
    as holy or able to induce an experience of the divine
    Sacred
  20. the box-like receptacle for the
    Eucharistic elements
    Tabernacle

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