Paragraph 1363

1363. In the sense of Sacred Scripture the memorial is not merely the recollection of past events but the proclamation of the mighty works wrought by God for men.182In the liturgical celebration of these events, they become in a certain way present and real. This is how Israel understands its liberation from Egypt: every time Passover is celebrated, the Exodus events are made present to the memory of believers so that they may conform their lives to them.

Aprofunde seus conhecimentos

76. What is original sin?

334. Is it necessary to be celibate to receive the sacrament of Holy Orders?

469. What kind of punishment may be imposed?

405. What is the foundation of the authority of society?

220. In what does the sacramental economy consist?

437. What is the bond between the Decalogue and the Covenant?

531. What is required and what is forbidden by the tenth commandment?

Acesse nossos estudos biblicos:

What does God’s sovereignty over human history mean, as described in Zephaniah 1:15?

What can we learn about the desire to always be with a loved one from Songs 3:1-5 and 6:1-3?

The Tower of Babel: What Does This Story Teach Us About God’s Sovereignty? (Genesis 11:1-9)

What can we learn from Edom’s pride described in Abdias 1:3?

What does Titus 2:7-8 teach about the standard of conduct for the church?

What does the Song of Songs teach us about the search for the loved one?

What is the criticism against relying on military force instead of God in Amos 2:14-16?