The Liturgy is the order of worship we use at each Mass to help us approach the Living God. Liturgy means "the work of the people." One of the great advantages of liturgy is that it involves all of the congregation in the worship of God. It involves listening and responding to God’s love. First and foremost, it requires attentive listening: “Listening is not an isolated moment. It is a way of life. It means openness to the Lord’s voice not only in the Scriptures but in the events of our daily lives and in the experience of our brothers and sisters.” (The Liturgy Documents, pg 353).
The Parish Liturgy Committee meets regularly to plan and coordinate parish liturgical matters. The committee focus on the full range of the parish’s liturgical life, establishing parish liturgy policy, evaluating liturgies and the formation of good liturgy and worship in the church.
Liturgy is at the heart of all parish life and Christ is the center. We are the body of Christ called to gather for worship, to cherish the traditions of our faith, to witness the Gospel, to minister to others and in the world. Members of the parish Liturgy Committee, focus on the various aspects of good liturgy and its practical implementation. From their individual study and group exchange of information at meetings, they plan liturgical and spiritual events.
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