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You also have to remember mtanious32 that it says "Pray for perfect peace, love and the Holy Catholic and Apostolic ORTHODOX church of God" there are different Catholic churches!
Liturgy is the form your supposed to say, because first off, there are 3 liturgies, correct?
I'm guessing all they have in the Catholic church is 1 mass
Liturgy is the proper way of saying mass
I'm a person who believes in using the term mass and liturgy interchangebaly but would that have an affect on which term to use?
but do they have Eucharistic Liturgy anywhere else besides the Orthodox Church, I know they have body and blood
and it's very odd, I mean men and women aren't separated,
Protestants use the word mass to refer to their church service, and they don't have communion every week
So, it makes no sense that mass refers to the eucharistic liturgy.
I was always told that a mass just refers to a group of people gathering
Liturgy, on the other hand, always ends with communion
i just want written proof that Mass-refers to the eucharist per se, where did you get your information?.
II. WHAT IS THIS SACRAMENT CALLED? ...1332 Holy Mass (Missa), because the liturgy in which the mystery of salvation is accomplished concludes with the sending forth (missio) of the faithful, so that they may fulfill God's will in their daily lives. Source: http://www.christusrex.org/www1/CDHN/euch1.html