UNITED STATES CATHOLIC CATECHISM FOR ADULTS, page 518:
From the Greek, meaning "public work," liturgy refers especially to the public worship of the Church, including the Mass and the Liturgy of the Hours. By their Baptism, all God's people are called to offer a sacrifice of praise to God at liturgy. The ordained priest at liturgy acts in the person of Christ, the Head of the Church, to make Christ's saving grace present by the power of the Holy Spirit.
"The Church celebrates in the liturgy above all the Paschal mystery by
which Christ accomplished the work of our salvation."
We all have God-given gifts from the Lord, and we can give back to the Lord for His Goodness by serving Him and our community in a liturgical ministry where these gifts can be used.
Check out the liturgical ministries to the left to see where you may be called.
LITURGY COORDINATOR: Rev. Joseph K. Kalladan, firstname.lastname@example.org