What is the Mass?

Where is the Mass in Scripture?

What is the Mass?

Listen to Fr. Larry Richards to find out…

As Fr. Richards mentions, you cannot understand the Book of Revelation without the Mass. The Book of Revelation IS the Mass!

The Mass Found In The Book Of Revelation

Topic/Mass Part                        Chapter/Verse

Sunday Worship                       1:10

High Priest                                  1:13

Altar                                               8:3-4; 11:1; 14:18

Priests                                           4:4; 11:15; 14:3; 19:4

Consecrated Celibacy              14:4

Lamp Stands                                    1:12; 2:5

Penitence                                          Chapters 2 and 3

Incense                                              5:8; 8:3-5

The Book (scroll)                             5:1

Eucharistic Host                              2:17

Chalices                                             15:7; ch. 16; 21:9

Sign of the Cross                              7:3; 14:1; 22:4

Gloria                                                  15:3-4

Alleluia                                                19:1, 3, 4, 6

Lift up your hearts                            11:12

Holy, Holy, Holy                                4:8

Amen                                                    19:4; 22:21

Lamb of God                                       5:6

Virgin Mary                                         12:1-6; 13-17

Intercession of Angels and Saints  5:8; 6:0-10; 8:3-4

Participation of St. Michael Archangel   12:7

Antiphon Chant                                  4:8-11; 5:9-14; 7:10-12; 18:1-8

Scripture Readings                             ch. 2 and 3; ch. 5; 8:2-11

Priesthood                                            1:6; 20:6

Catholicity (Universality)                  7:9

Silent contemplation                          8:1

Marriage Supper of the Lamb           19:9, 17

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