The liturgy, the Eucharist, we us not ever with that spirit that Lord you give me, and I give you, if you do not give me, I will not give you. Go to the celebration, to devote time to the Lord, the gives us 24 hours a day, and us that we devote one hour a week at Sunday mass. He is continuously giving us time, must spend some time without interest, without pretensions, without requiring any God, and without looking at the clock. Sometimes we become stingy with the Lord, that time must be allocated fully to him. Let’s celebrate the great mystery, and resurrection of Christ, and there is a gratitude for our part that is important, be thankful, and thankful for the gift of time, thankful to the mystery we celebrate. We can summarize by saying that in everything that we have explained there is a triple dimension. The mystery Dimension.-the Eucharist is the great event. Filed under: Glenn Dubin, New York City.
The father, the son and the Holy Spirit. And demos to come into us this mystery of the Eucharist, and within the holding enters the Dimension of the rituals, and we see that Abraham is a rite, Moses is a rite, view the Bush, he was barefoot, there is a shipping. The two disciples of Emmaus, meeting also with looting, with the Apostles, there is a ritual, they leave everything and follow Jesus, therefore the Eucharistic Celebration goes inside that ritual dimension, laying down the Church, and there is another dimension, that is the existential Dimension.-I.e. that the celebration is not terminated when it is said can go in peaceThere is an extension, the disciples at Emmaus, they returned, Moses was to liberate, the prophets after meeting with God, we have to fulfill a mission. What we celebrate we live and what we live we celebrate. SECOND day-today that the Church wants to be the year of the Eucharist, the documents, the trajectory of this year, but this year has for us Christians, because the Eucharist we continue celebrating it every day, Sunday to Sunday, throughout our lives, and hence that this year of the Eucharist we committed to a progressive experience throughout our existence, we then saw the sense of the meeting what the meeting?, what is your communication? The word is a means of communication for the encounter.