A mass is used by a religious community to gather among itself. It’s not just about praying, that is, thinking about others or about God. We can pray and learn to pray to look why we live. So we learn from others and then we learn to teach to improvise a course or a path.
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Praying is thinking about others in order to bring them our good. Thus, praying makes it possible to attach ourselves to others with our spirit in order to expand our relationships with others. Indeed, our individuality is strengthened by others. Maybe you are already praying without knowing (...)
A priest is the one who leads a mass and participates in the Eucharist. The Eucharist is the moment celebrating bread and wine sharing, that Christ lived.
The priest who leads the mass ensures that everything goes well and delivers a moral speech called a homily.
A priest can confess to you, (...)
Jesus had chosen Peter as his church’s chief. Jesus knew that Christianity would become hierarchical. Peter had a heart so turned to Christ that Jesus pointed him out.
Thus there have been popes who have succeeded each other since Peter, first in a hidden way, then in Rome when Constantine (...)
A bishop is a priest who has been appointed to lead a diocese, which is a territory that can have a city or a department’s size, grouping churches, therefore parishes that are the territories of the churches.
The bishop decides what to do in his diocese to announce the good news. He is (...)