Differentiated Self-representation

Generative Communities

First Experience

Differentiated Self-representation

held at

Stanbrook Abbey
North Yorkshire
25 September 2016


Heartwarming Thai Commercial

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Hedy Schleifer tells the story of the Tailor.

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Hedy Schleifer on building a bridge to her elderly mother.

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It is good to travel in groups, by De Lijn.

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General Instruction of the Roman Missal

The Individual Parts of the Mass


72. …

For Christ took the bread and the chalice and gave thanks; he broke the bread and gave it to his disciples, saying, ‘Take, eat, and drink: this is my Body; this is the cup of my Blood. Do this in memory of me.’ Accordingly, the Church has arranged the entire celebration of the Liturgy of the Eucharist in parts corresponding to precisely these words and actions of Christ:

1. At the Preparation of the Gifts, the bread and the wine with water are brought to the altar, the same elements that Christ took into his hands.

2. In the Eucharistic Prayer, thanks is given to God for the whole work of salvation, and the offerings become the Body and Blood of Christ.

3. Through the fraction and through Communion, the faithful, though they are many, receive from the one bread the Lord’s Body and from the one chalice the Lord’s Blood in the same way the Apostles received them from Christ’s own hands.

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Pope Francis washes the feet of Prisoners in Rebibbia prison

Papa Francesco a Rebibbia lava i piedi a dodici detenuti (begin at 3.48)