Corpus Christi Sunday - Liturgical Prayers

Introduction by the Celebrant
A. Take and Eat  The most frequent form of contact with the Church is, for almost all Catholics, the Sunday Mass. It is good to ask ourselves today: Why are we here? What are we doing here? Why must it be the eucharist that brings us together? Because the eucharist is the Lord himself. It assures us, believers, that the Lord is here, that he is present not only in the Blessed Sacrament but in each of us and in our communities. He guarantees to those who believe in him that he is walking with us as our companion in life. Even more, he shows us in the eucharist how to live like him, give ourselves with him; how with him to break ourselves for one another and to give thanks to God, and to each other too. We join Jesus now in his thanks to the Father.

Corpus Christi - The Body and Blood of Christ - 2018

Understand the difference: Trans-substantiation; Trans-signification; trans-finalization; Catholic belief in Real Presence and transubstantiation (Term from St. Thomas Aquinas).

Holy Trinity Sunday - Liturgical Prayers

Greeting    The love of the Father,
    the forgiveness and life of the Son
    and the strength of the Holy Spirit
    be always with you. R/ And also with you.

Pentecost 2018 - Liturgical Prayers

Greeting (See Second Reading)
In the one Spirit we were all baptized,
and one Spirit was given
to us all to drink.
May the Holy Spirit be given to you
and be always with you.

Ascension Sunday - Liturgical Prayers

"Do all you can to preserve the unity of the Spirit
by the peace that binds you together as one body.
May the Lord send you his Spirit of unity
and be always with you. R/ And also with you.

Easter 6 Sunday B - Liturgical Prayers

Love comes from God
and everyone who loves
is born from God and knows God.
May Jesus, the Son of God,
who made God's love known to us,
be always with you. R/ And also with you.