Category Archives: Sacramental Celebration

Does God Need Our Worship??

“I don’t want your sacrifices—I want your love; I don’t want your offerings—I want you to know me. Hosea 6:6 Acceptable Worship by Kurt Struckmeyer In his letter to the Christians at Rome, Saint Paul suggested that an ethical … Continue reading

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Your Seat at The Table Is Ready!

I invite you to the table of God- the Trinity. Picture yourself sitting at the space in the front, facing the persons of the Trinity.  As you sit there, the host gives you this menu or explanation for the meal.  … Continue reading

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Are Catholics Confused about Grace?

Catholics and many Protestants are confused about GRACE! Why? Because they believe that GRACE is the Divine influence which operates in humans to regenerate and sanctify, to inspire virtuous impulses, and to impart strength to endure trial and resist temptation; … Continue reading

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Catholics are Baptized and Anointed as Priest, Prophet and King

l According to the Catholic Church, those who are baptized in Jesus’ name are anointed to be priest, prophet, and king for the community, The People of God. Anointing with ChrismAfter baptizing with water, then the celebrant says:God the Father … Continue reading

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