Chapter 7: Why Do I Have to Go to Mass?
Why Do I Have to Go to Mass?
Film Focus: This video presents the preposterous situation of only seeing your best friend twice a year at Easter and Christmas. This unlikely situation is then compared to each person’s relationship with Jesus Christ and the invitation you receive to be a part of God’s family through participation in the Holy Mass.
Text Focus: Page 257
- Is your relationship with Jesus Christ like your relationship with your best friend, your relationship with someone you only see a few times a year, or like some other type of relationship?
- How can you improve your relationship with God? Share several concrete examples.
- What is God inviting you to do in the Mass? What does saying no to this invitation mean?
- So, why should you go to Mass?
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