Our ultimate destiny will only be completely fulfilled when we gaze upon the Lord - face to face - in all His glory and worship Him for all eternity! Doesn’t it make sense to get a bit of practice in before we cross that threshold into eternity?
As Catholics, we have the very great privilege and blessing of worshipping the Father, through Jesus, in the power of the Holy Spirit through liturgy. Liturgy is not the only form of prayer and worship - personal prayer in solitude is also vitally important - but worshipping with our brothers and sisters in the Lord gives us a taste of what awaits us in heaven.
These videos highlight certain aspects of worship that are somewhat unique to each liturgical season. We hope these teachings enable you to enter more deeply and deliberately into the special grace of each season. We present them in the order we celebrate them, with every new liturgical year beginning with Advent.
P.S. Thanksgiving isn’t strictly speaking a liturgical season, but all of us are aware that true thanksgiving and gratitude should be directed to God for His goodness and kindness. It made sense to us to include Thanksgiving here.