48. What does the Didachesay about the Eucharistic celebration? 49. What three parts of the liturgy highlight the Church’s unity? a.) The intercessions of the Eucharistic prayer b.) The Lord's Prayer (promotes unity w/God) c.) The reception of Holy Communion 50. True ☐or False☒? The Council of Trent established the Latin Mass.
51. True ☒ or False ☐ ? From 1570 until the Second Vatican Council the celebration of the Mass remained virtually unchanged, no matter where in the world it took place. 52. True☒or False☒? While the Second Vatican Council allowed for revision of the liturgy the changes did not diminish the fundamental structure of the Mass. 53. What did Pope Benedict XVI’s motu propioallow for in 2007? 54. There are 21 non-Latin Church traditions that are in full communion with Church . They, too, are linked to the Apostles and Patriarchs and, like the Orthodox churches, they trace their origins to the Patriarchs in the East. While they are in full communion with the pope and accept his authority, they enjoy a great deal of sacraments in Church life. 55. True☒or False ☐? Within each of the Eastern Catholic Rites, the essence of the sacraments is the same as the Roman rite even though the form is not. 56. The unity of the Church in Heaven, Purgatory, and earth represents the one family of God. The intercession by the saints in Heaven helps to strengthen the weakness of those on earth and bring all closer to Christ. Likewise, those on earth should imitate the lives of the saints. Furthermore, the Church has always remembered and prayed for those in purgatory . Section 4: Unity with Apostolic Succession (pages 74-82) 57. Christ instituted the Catholic Church , establishing a structure through his choice of the 12 Apostles and his designation of Peter as their leader . The Sacrament of Holy Orders ensures the mission continues to be exercised by the Church and it includes three degrees: episcopate , presbyterate, and dioconate . 58. What is apostolic succession? From what does it protect the Church?
- Pope John Paul II