Worship

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'''Worship''' is faith in action. In the words of [[Georges Florovsky]]: “Christianity is a [[liturgical]] religion. The Church is first of all a worshipping community. Worship comes first, [[doctrine]] and [[discipline]] second
 
'''Worship''' is faith in action. In the words of [[Georges Florovsky]]: “Christianity is a [[liturgical]] religion. The Church is first of all a worshipping community. Worship comes first, [[doctrine]] and [[discipline]] second

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Eucharist - Confession
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Holy Unction
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Stability - Fasting
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Chastity - Meekness
Temperance - Contentment
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Prayer
Worship - Veneration
Prayer Rule - Jesus Prayer
Relics - Sign of the Cross
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Worship is faith in action. In the words of Georges Florovsky: “Christianity is a liturgical religion. The Church is first of all a worshipping community. Worship comes first, doctrine and discipline second

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