Father George Rutler wants to emphasize the importance of the Lord’s believers attending church on a regular basis. By doing so, people can further solidify their connection to God. It gives them a chance to say grace, receive communion, and confess their sins. Going to Mass at least once a week is a perfect place for peaceful prayer. With no distractions to falter the practice, it is an ideal place to learn about God’s teachings and share your faith with the other members of the religious community. This article is made to highlight the most important reasons for why members of the Catholic faith should often attend church.
Each time believers attend a service, they receive the Eurachrist, which resembles the body, blood and soul of Christ. It is one of the most sacred acts of the religion. If people attend Mass every week, they could receive the Eurachrist and become even more connected to God.
In His house of worship, it is such a wonderful time for believers to pray to the Lord while having a clear mind. In the outside world, people can get caught up in the stress of everyday life and responsibilities. By removing yourself from that and entering a place that is all about prayer and forgiveness, individuals can communicate with God without any distractions.
When attending church, people are surrounded by friends and family who also worship the same religious beliefs. It gives people a sense of safety and comfort knowing that they have a whole community to turn to when they need it. It also gives believers an opportunity to make new friends.
As stated in the Ten Commandments, which are the laws and morals passed down by God, the Third Commandment is to “Remember to keep holy the Sabbath day.” The holy day is on Sunday because that is the day Jesus was resurrected from the dead. As a tribute to his sacrifice, worshipers are strongly encouraged to attend Mass every Sunday and pay their respects to the Lord and Jesus Christ.
Father George Rutler has dedicated his entire life to the practices and teachings of Catholicism. He was the youngest Episcopal rector in the country when he headed the Church of the Good Shepherd. He obtained numerous degrees from universities in Europe and the United States. After he completed his studies, Rutler served as an Associate Pastor of St. Joseph’s in Bronxville, Our Lady of Victory down on Wall Street, and St. Agnes in Midtown Manhattan. Cardinal Egan made him pastor of the Church of Our Savior and he eventually went on to be appointed as pastor of the Church of St. Michael the Archangel in 2013. To Father Rutler, his life is completely committed to God. He hopes that people share the passion he has to regularly exercise their beliefs.
Attending mass on a regular basis could be extremely beneficial to believers. They will learn something new each time they attend and they will begin to feel their connection with God start to grow and strengthen. Father George Rutler is just one example of the many people who chose to devote their lives to Christianity. If individuals do have a strong passion in their heart to regularly practice faith and learn more about the path God has for all of us, the better people they will become. Share the experience by inviting friends and family members to join you on your weekly visits, and explore the community together and become closer because of it. Father George Rutler hopes this article will make people realize the importance of attending Mass and why it is essential to take time each week to go.