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Igreja Santa Rita de Cassia, Campinas

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Igreja Santa Rita de Cassia is located in Campinas. A visit to Igreja Santa Rita de Cassia represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Campinas itinerary planner to plot your vacation.
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  • Santa Rita de Cassia is the Intercessor of all difficult moments! His Church is beautiful and welcoming, I thank God for the blessings that she gives us!
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  • For sure one of the churches that must be visited in Campinas Schedule of Masses Monday through Friday: 8:15 and 6:30 pm Saturday: 8:15, 12:15 and 4:30 pm Sunday: 7:00, 9:00, 11:00, 4:30 pm, 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm. Holy Mass at mass, Catholics celebrate the sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross, recalling the last supper, where Jesus met his disciples, during Easter of the year of his death. Normally, that would follow the ritual dinner of the Jewish cult suppers, in which the host took a loaf of bread, was it an inch above the table and said a brief prayer before sharing it with everyone. At Easter, to ensure divine graces, supper included the sacrifice of a lamb. But Jesus took bread and broke it, and said: "Take, eat. This is my body which is given for you "by putting in place of the lamb. At the end of supper, Jesus took the cup of wine and blessed him, saying: "Drink it all; because this is my blood of the new Covenant, poured out for many for the remission of sins ". To talk about "New Covenant" (same as New Testament), Jesus wanted to say it wasn't worth more the old Covenant (or old testament), in which God had chosen only the people of Israel to be his people. The new alliance established a new relationship between God and men, according to which all peoples would be called to be sons of God. Jesus ended with the phrase "do this in memory of me" to leave marked in the hearts of men that change, in a special way. With that, he instituted the sacrament of the Eucharist, which is the central rite of the mass and the memory of the passion of Christ. In it, through communion, we show our gratitude for being able to share the presence of the father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit and relive all the moments of memorable meal of Jesus and the Apostles, with the same sense of fraternity. The service features four distinct parts. The first consists of the Initial Rites, marking the arrival and the reunion of all the guests around the table. The second part, a lively conversation among friends, is the liturgy of the word, the spiritual food, the word of God – the good news that Jesus preached. The third part is the Eucharistic Liturgy, the heart of the mass, which revives the Paschal mystery of Christ, namely, his death and resurrection. With the consecration of the altar, the host acquires the properties of the body of Jesus, and those who believe, as did the Apostles, take their solid food (bread, now in the form of host) and can have the wine, your liquid food (in many occasions the celebrant immerses the host in the chalice of wine before offering it to the faithful), would rise with Christ to a new existence. The fourth and final part, the blessing and the farewell to the Final Rites, has the same sense of blessing given by Jesus to his disciples after his resurrection: that apregoassem the world the word of God.
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  • A welcoming parish, honey and lit. Weekly mass schedule very flexible. Santa Rita de Cássia, pray for us.
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