Triune God

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  • Triune God
    • 4 Acclamations used in mass, why are they important?
      • The Gloria- a great hymn of praise to God
      • Alleluia- a hymn of joy, triumph and praise of God
      • Sanctus- First word of the hymn just before the Eucharistic prayer.
      • The Mystery of Faith- Used to proclaim that they accept that the consecration has made present.
      • The Catholic church supports the use of Sacred music as they praise and refelt God's glory and greatness. They are used to give praise to God.
    • 3 types of Music in the liturgy- how are they used in worship?
      • Traditional Hymns- used in devotional services.
      • Plainchant- used in monasteries, and churches.
      • Contemporary- used in church services to encourage people to sing
    • How do the early councils affect Christians today?
      • Council of Nicea: The Son is eternally begotten from the Father. Son has no beginning or end but is eternal. The father and son have always existed together: co-eternal.
      • Council of Constantinople: The HS is the Lord, the giver of life. He proceeds from the Father. He with the father and the son is worshipped and glorifies. He spoke through the prophets.
    • Postures for Prayer
      • Kneeling
      • Genuflencting
      • Prostrating
      • Standing
      • Bowing
      • Sitting
      • Walking
      • With joined hands
      • With open hands
      • Standing with arms stretched out front
      • Standing with arms raised above the head.
    • How can the Trinity be compared to God's love?
      • St Augustine of Hippo: There are 3 persons in 1 God. Theya re united in God's love. God's expression unites all 3 people in love.
      • Catherine LaCugna: God is relational. The Father begets the Son. This means the son comes from the father. The HS is the bond that unites them.
        • Christ came to eath to bring redemption and to restore the relationship with us.
    • "Christians should only use traditional prayers, not spontaneous prayers."
      • FOR
        • Jesus taught the disciples to pray using the Lord's prayer so that Christians could follow.
        • They may not pray correctly and neglect the prayers for others.
        • All Christians can worship together to strengthen the Christian community.
      • AGAINST
        • S Prayers allow HS to pray in them.
          • Set prayers can lose meaning as people do not have to hink about the meaning of words
            • S Prayers reflect immediate needs of individual or community. Relevan and personal
              • Strengthen individual relationship with God.
                • Jesus offered these prayers (e.g. John 11:41)
  • Liturgy: practices and rituals that make up the communal worship of God


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