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The Four Movements of Catholic Liturgical Prayer
Transcript of The Four Movements of Catholic Liturgical Prayer
to bring God’s unconditional love to
We are SENT FORTH with a renewed sense of
After communion, we enter the fourth movememt...
And we respond with gratitude and a resounding ...
In the Liturgy of the Eucharist,
We listen to the scriptures
Once gathered in prayer, the community settles in to...
In the Liturgy of the Word we GATHER and LISTEN
Within these 2 parts of the Mass are
The Liturgy of
The Liturgy of the Word and
There are two major parts
of the Mass
The Four Movements
Gathering helps us become more aware of our relationship with God
We become what we eat:
The Body of Christ
So be it!
Yes, we will!
"Let it be done to me
according to Your will!"
for the life of the world.
Through prayers, songs, scripture, sacrament, and community...
...the Mass helps us focus on the big picture
of God's unconditional love for us.
But it also sends us forth...
to build God's kingdom
through love and service
All prayer we design for youth
should point the way back to the Mass.
Communion with God
and each other
If prayer for youth is designed well,
But it’s not enough just to hear the word of God...
We must let the word of God
In receiving the Bread of Life
and the Cup of Salvation...
The Mass is always about
and prepares us to WORSHIP.
on how God is active
in our lives right now.
disciples are nourished
and become one Body of Christ
for the life of the world
and each other
through welcome, song, gesture and prayers