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Sacraments Quiz 7

Participation in Living the Mass

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Because our participation in the Mass is meant to be total, a participation of body and soul, the Church recommends the following for internal preparation EXCEPT... Eat food immediately before you attend Mass
Because our participation in the Mass is meant to be total, a participation of body and soul, the Church recommends the following for external preparation EXCEPT Dress Improperly
the priest is able to consecrate the Eucharist because he participates in the Priesthood of Christ though his ordination TRUE
Extraordinary Laity or religious to distribute the Eucharist
Koinonia word used in New Testament to describe the community and how we commune with God and with others. This communion is strengthened in the Eucharist.
Eucharist Adoration a devotion in which the Eucharist is placed on the altar in a monstrance and believers gather to pray and meditate in front of Christ's presence in the Eucharist.
Ordinary Eucharistic ministers priests, bishops, and deacons
Benediction a liturgical service whose name is derived from the Latin meaning "to bless", and often occurs at the conclusion of Adoration. It involves the priest or deacon conducting the service blesses all present with the Eucharist.
Monstrance an adorned container that holds up and protects the Eucharistic host.
Sacrilege consuming the Eucharist in an unworthy manner
Eucharistic Processions Often taking place of feasts such as Corpus Christi (Body and Blood of Christ), the priest carries the monstrance through the Church, around the Church, or throughout the streets of a town and the faithful follow in a solemn manner.
To receive the Eucharist worthily, we must be a baptized Catholic and have received first Reconciliation prior to our First Communion. TRUE
Receiving the Eucharist forgives our mortal sins FALSE
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