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Catholic Mass – The Most Popular Form of Catholic Worship

Are you a Catholic? Then, I am sure that you are quite familiar with the mass. It is the formal, official worship of Catholicism. Mass is considered to be the most important and sacred form of Catholic worship. For Catholics, this is their only way to fulfill a commandment and it is a precious kind of event that strengthens their faith to God.

The mass is usually held and celebrated in church. However, Catholics also have other rituals to show their devotion and worship. Music is also important during a mass, or in any Catholic ritual. Singing of worship songs and hymns is their way to express their faith and lift up their spirits to God.

Catholics also have an obligation to go to Mass every Sunday. This have to be fulfilled as this is written in the Ten Commandments. For many Catholics, mass is a sacred event that should be respected and practiced with heart. The mass is a true test of our faith and this is the event that keeps our faith even stronger as we live every day.

Roman Catholic Mass « RE:Quest

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At the centre of Roman Catholic worship is the Mass. Some Catholics go to Mass on Saturday or Sunday evening; all Catholics are supposed to go to at least one of these services. On entering a Catholic Church next to the 

Catholic Mass: Can we get what is going on? Part 5 | From the Pen

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God has shown to us in certain ways of how He would like to be worshipped and what we are to believe and hold to as His children. The Catholic Church keeps that revelation in mind. We hold to traditions because we are 

Roman Catholic Church Worship and Pray to Mary

Why does the RCC venerate and pray to Mary and replace her with Jesus Christ as an advocate for humanity to enter the Kingdom of Heaven and is a “church” ful…

Being Catholic: Worship

New DVD provides a basic understanding of the Catholic sacraments for youth and adults, excellent resource for Confirmation and RCIA. A better understanding …

Music from Choir – The Importance of Choir in Worship

When you go to church, you will hear and see a choir singing on stage. This is common and famous during the Christmas season. But, have you ever wondered why there is a choir and what their purpose is?

Certainly, a choir serves as a support role in every worship service. In mass, the music coming from the choir helps put the heart and soul of people and focus on God. Worship music also prepares them for the preaching.

Every local church should always find ways on how to bring praise to God. Having a good choir in every mass is known to be s good way in keeping the people together. It also helps them release the stress and burdens that they are feeling. In every song that a choir sings, we get close to God.

A choir inspires us to have a dedication and devotion with Christ and encourage us to be strong despite of the most difficult times, just like what is happening now in Syria. 

AN OUTSIDE VIEW: What is a Catholic church choir for?

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In the case of a Catholic church choir, one expects to sing Catholic church music. This is not a matter to be settled by the choir director’s preferences or a democratic consensus. Most of it is, or should be, predictable. There is 

Praying for peace in Syria, pope calls selfishness the cause of war

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Gradual and Alleluia – Catholic Songs, Gregorian Chant

God is not His creation, but His creation does give a testimony His glory. This video contains a collection of the wide array of natural wonders of the Earth…

MAGNIFICAT – Catholic Music

The canticle echoes several Old Testament biblical passages, but the most pronounced allusions are to the Song of Hannah, from the Books of Samuel (1Samuel 2…