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1. Encountering Christ in Worship (Austin, Feb. 18, 2017)

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Transcript of 1. Encountering Christ in Worship (Austin, Feb. 18, 2017)

ENCOUNTERING CHRIST
IN THE EUCHARIST & ONE ANOTHER

Moving Deeper: Liturgy As Absence of Meaning
All Glory Be To
Invisible Mary!
I.
II.
III.
Tremendum
!
Mysterium!
Fascinans!
Rudolf Otto
(d. 1937)
VERSE ONE

I am the One who comes to you
and calls you each by name.
In your mother's womb I knitted you,
so your being I do claim.
My presence is my gift to you,
surrender all control.
In the presence of my Spirit,
I will breathe into your soul.

VERSE TWO

In ancient times I called to you,
Through prophets great and small.
They responded to my sacred voice;
They responded to my call.
And then one day I came to you,
Both human and divine,
The Savior of the Universe,
Now in sacred Bread and Wine.

VERSE THREE

And now you shall encounter me
through faces of the poor.
As you look into their eyes of hope,
may all justice be restored.
So blessed are the pure of heart,
the mourners and the meek,
You shall see my eyes reflecting yours;
Through this image I shall speak.

VERSE FOUR

From age to age you called my Name,
Through multitudes of faiths.
I have listened to your single voice,
In this tapestry of praise.

VERSE FIVE

So in the hope of what's to come,
Abandon now all fears.
I shall hold on to my promise made;
I shall wipe away your tears.

VERSE SIX

I send you forth to distant lands,
Proclaiming what you've heard.
In the wisdom of my silent voice,
Go and spread this Saving Word!

Nathan Mitchell
The
Emmaus
Story
(Luke 24:13-35)
Liturgy
as
"Meeting Mystery"
The Liturgy
of the Word
The Liturgy
of the Eucharist
"The Numinous"
Synagogue
Temple
Home
3 Places of Worship
"These things, my friends, are called sacraments, because our eyes see in them one thing, our understanding another. Our eyes see the material form; our understanding, its spiritual effect. If, then, you want to know what the body of Christ is, you must listen to what the Apostle tells the faithful: Now you are the body of Christi, and individually you are members of it.

If that is so, it is the sacrament of yourselves that is placed on the Lord's altar, and it is the sacrament of yourselves that you receive. You reply "Amen" to what you are, and thereby agree that such you are. You hear the words 'The body of Christ" and you reply "Amen."

Be, then, a member of Christ's body, so that your "Amen" may accord with the truth."
Berakah ("Blessing") before & after meals
Annual Passover Meal
Last Supper
Acts of Charity
& Mercy
St. Augustine
3 FOLD PRAYER PATTERN
In giving this instruction,
I do not praise the fact that your meetings are doing more harm than good.
First of all, I hear that when you meet as a church
there are divisions among you, and to a degree I believe it;
there have to be factions among you in order that
those who are approved among you may become known.

When you meet in one place, then, it is not to eat the Lord's supper,
for in eating, each one goes ahead with his own supper,
and one goes hungry while another gets drunk.

Do you not have houses in which you can eat and drink?
Or do you show contempt for the church of God
and make those who have nothing feel ashamed?
What can I say to you?
Shall I praise you?
In this matter I do not praise you.

For I received from the Lord what I also handed on to you,
that the Lord Jesus, on the night he was handed over, took bread,
and, after he had given thanks, broke it and said,
"This is my body that is for you. Do this in remembrance of me."
In the same way also the cup, after supper, saying,
"This cup is the new covenant in my blood.
Do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of me."
For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup,
you proclaim the death of the Lord until he comes.

First Letter to the Corinthians 11: 9-11
Sunday
Eucharist
Our Jewish Roots
Gospel of John 13
Luke 4:18-19
“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me,
because he has anointed me
to bring glad tidings to the poor.
He has sent me to proclaim liberty to captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed go free,
and to proclaim a year acceptable to the Lord" (Isaiah 61).
Origins of
the Meal
1 Cor. 5:1-13
CAST OUT:
Those who worshipped idols
Those who were immoral
Meal of
Welcoming & Reconciliation
3 Approaches
to the Eucharist
A Meal of
Reconciliation:
Welcoming All & Welcoming Back
A
Meal
as Partaking
with and in the Body of Christ
St. Paul
St. Augustine
A Meal
of Blessing,
Thanksgiving,
and Petitioning
Ricky Manalo, CSP
St. Vincent de Paul Church, Austin, TX
Feb. 18, 2017
The First Three Centuries
A Meal of Encounter
The First Three Centuries
Be Still And Know I'm Here
Ricky Manalo, CSP
Copyright © 2017 by Ricky Manalo, CSP
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