• Introduction
  • Preparing for Mass
  • Introductory Rites
  • Entrance
  • Greeting
  • Penitential Rite
  • Kyrie Eleison
  • Gloria
  • Opening Prayer
  • Liturgy of the Word
  • Biblical Readings
  • Responsorial Psalm
  • Gospel
  • Homily
  • Profession of Faith
  • Prayer of the Faithful
  • Liturgy of the Eucharist
  • Preparation of the gifts
  • Prayer over the offerings
  • Eucharistic Prayer - Preface
  • Eucharistic Prayer - Acclamation
  • Eucharistic Prayer - Invocation
  • Eucharistic Prayer - Institution Narrative
  • Eucharistic Prayer - Elevation
  • Transubstantiation - Miracle of Miracles
  • Eucharistic Prayer - In Memory of Him
  • Eucharistic Prayer - Offering
  • Eucharistic Prayer - Intercessions
  • Eucharistic Prayer - Great Amen
  • Lord’s Prayer
  • Sign of Peace
  • Breaking of the Bread - Lamb of God
  • Holy Communion
  • Concluding Rites
  • Conclusion



The first four Books of the New Testament are called the Gospels. They were written by Sts. Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John, for whom they are named. The most important part of the Bible is the Gospel, because there we learn directly about Jesus Christ and His life. So, at Mass, the reading of the Gospel is the most important part of the Liturgy of the Word. We have heard what God inspired men to write in the Old Testament and in the Letters. Now, we listen to God’s Own Son teaching us with His words and deeds, and by His life.

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