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What is the sacramental liturgy?

Answer . This is a term from Roman Catholicism. Liturgy is a general term that means about the same as 'rite'. The 7 sacraments are the special rites in Roman Catholicism (MORE)
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What are the parts of Liturgy?

In this context we are referring to Divine Liturgy. The word ' liturgy ' comes from the Greek language and pertains to a public place, building or services generally used for (MORE)
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What is the Liturgy of the Word?

The Liturgy of the word is the first main part of the Mass that begins with the first reading from the Bible and ends with the General Intercessions.
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What is the Liturgy of the Eucharist?

The Liturgy of the Eucharist is the second half of the Mass, what used to be called the Mass of the Faithful. It is from the Offertory to the end. The first half of the Mass i (MORE)
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What is the Eucharistic liturgy?

Catholic Answer Short answer - the Mass, or the Eucharist. Liturgy just refers to the public work of the Church, and the Eucharist refers to the Mass. Every Mass is a publ (MORE)
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The liturgy of the?

The maya people constitute a diverse range of the nativeamerican people of southern liturgy and northern centralamerica.
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What is orthodox liturgy?

On Sundays, Orthodox Christians celebrate the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom written sometime around 5th century.
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Is liturgy a prayer?

Catholic Answer Yes, Liturgy is the official prayer of the worshipping Church: (Liturgy, from the Greek meaning a public duty or work; used theSeptuagint [the Greek Bible] an (MORE)
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What do you do in the Liturgy of the Word?

One essentially listens to the Word of God, attentively . The Liturgy of the Word is God actually speaking to you through His priests and ministers. As it is God, Himself, wh (MORE)
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What is the of Liturgy of the Word and Liturgy of the Eucharist?

The Liturgy of the Word consists of the readings (One Old Testament reading, one reading from one of the letters [on Sundays and solemn feast days], and one from the Gospel). (MORE)