born in the liturgical province of Austria
a pioneer in the liturgical movement in the United States.
was the translator of the encyclical, Mediator Dei.
a pastor who only spoke Latin to his people.
work done by a group of people on behalf of the community.
an individual's prayer life.
the rituals of priests and bishops.
the effort to make us live wholesome lives.
the books of the Bible that narrate the Exodus.
a journey from Judea to Egypt.
ancient Persian ceremonies
Jesus' passing from death to life and glory.
John Grisham's book on the mystery of religious beliefs.
That which is beyond human and angelic comprehension.
A reality that is both visible and hidden
Teachings in Latin that are forbidden to be translated.
Narrower in scope,it refers exclusively to Catholic rites.
Broader, it embraces all the official prayer life of the church.
Co-extensive since they both involve ceremonies.
Identical since one is Latin & one Greek for the same thing
A visible and an invisible reality
The saving words and deeds of the Church
An outward expression and a hidden gift
God's grace and our submission
For the living, the pre-born, & the dead
Water, oil and food
Those given by Christ & those from the church
Initiation, healing and Service
Symbols perceived by the body, affecting only the soul
Valid if the form is correct, licit if the matter is right
Efficacious signs, instituted by Christ, entrusted to the Church by which divine life is dispensed to us.
The songs and rituals of Catholic worship
The Triduum extended through the 40 days of Eastertide
The whole mystery of Christ from incarnation to Pentecost
With Christmas as the key feast day
The Lord's Day anticipated on Saturday night