Why a Mass ?
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Article published on 21 July 2022

by Matthieu Giroux

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.

It is above all about organizing religious life in order to be able to convince others that there is a future after death, that life serves God. It is therefore about regaining optimism in order to love others, to give them that utopia that makes us believe in order to solve problems as soon as they arise with spirit becoming natural, taking the risk to question ourselves.

It is about getting up from the material in order to think about the spirit and the others’ nature that does not resemble us, this spirit that is the life’s culmination, life asking to understand matter, therefore imperfect society organizing itself. It’s about planning events, finding who can help us to love others.

We use our hands to see a smile and meet other faithful in order to organize the joy to be in an growing society. It is therefore about walking with others this truth’s path that leads us to understand God, to what gives faith. It isn’t about filling yourself to satisfy yourself alone, but to strengthen yourself to understand others and therefore yourself. It is therefore important to look at the smiles to find the one that will allow you to accomplish a mission for yourself and others.

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