Why do Catholics go to Mass? Must go? Why does the priest wears different coloured clothes at different parts of a year? What is that round white wafer thing you eat during Mass? Why do you refer to Jesus as the Lamb of God? Since Catholics celebrate the Mass every Sunday, does it mean that Jesus keep on dying week after week?
Some FAQs which we may find it rather difficult to fathom for a simple answer. Came across the following site at www.catholicmass.org and the following could be somthing of an interesting read.
2. Catholic Mass Study Guide
Study Guide – Introduction
Study Guide – Session 1
Study Guide – Session 2
Study Guide – Session 3
Study Guide – Session 4
Study Guide – Session 5
Study Guide – Session 6
Study Guide – Session 7
Hope you find it an enlightening read. Do share around.
All credits goes to www.catholicmass.org
The Catholic Mass is the most sacred act of worship a person can participate in upon earth. At the Last Supper, Jesus Christ, sat down with his chosen Apostles for what He knew would be their last meal together. At that supper, Jesus does something new, something never done before, and yet something which continues until the end of time.
Knowing more about the Mass, we can be closer to Christ and to the miracle He left us on that Holy Thursday night.
“The Catholic Mass…Revealed!” (www.catholicmass.org) is designed to help all people, whether Catholic or not, to better understand the miracle of the Mass. We can come to appreciate its beauty, its rhythm, even why many in history have faced death rather than be deprived of the opportunity to participate in the Mass.