Faithlife Corporation
Discovering the “Awe” of the Mass
See inside
This image is for illustration only. The product is a download.

Discovering the “Awe” of the Mass

by

Emmaus Road 2012

Runs on Windows, Mac and mobile.
$4.99

Overview

Take a walk through the Mass. To appreciate the awe of the Mass we need to view the Mass with spiritual eyes and see the reality behind the externals.

Let’s look at the Eucharistic Liturgy through spiritual lenses. Be careful—it may just take your breath away.

The Logos version of this book connects its Scripture and Catechism references to its sources, allowing you to dig deeper into your study. This book is instantly searchable, allowing you to find specific references to the “Eucharist” or the “Roman Missal.”

Key Features

  • Explores aspects of Catholic faith accessible to anyone
  • Connects concepts to Scripture and to the Catechism
  • Provides excellent material for RCIA classes and study groups

Contents

  • Overview of the Mass
    • Introductory Rites
    • Liturgy of the Word
    • Liturgy of the Eucharist
    • Communion and Concluding Rite
  • Liturgical Matters That Do Matter

Product Details

  • Title: Discovering the “Awe” of the Mass
  • Author: Regis J. Flaherty
  • Series: Faith Basics Series
  • Publisher: Emmaus Road Publishing
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Pages: 67

About Regis J. Flaherty

Regis J. Flaherty is director of the Gilmary Retreat Center in Western Pennsylvania and is a best-selling author. Regis’ writings include Last Things First and The How-To Book of Catholic Devotions (coauthored with Mike Aquilina). He and his wife, Libbie, are contributing authors to Catholic for a Reason IV: Scripture and the Mystery of Marriage and Family Life. His articles have appeared in national and diocesan publications, and he has appeared on several radio and television programs including EWTN Bookmark, The Abundant Life with Johnnette Benkovic, and Searching the Word with Chuck Neff. He is a frequent speaker to Catholic gatherings on the topic of lay spirituality.

More details about this resource