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Do Catholics need to go to Church? - Fr. Rob Galea

October 7, 2016
Fr. Rob Galea explores the need for Christian Catholics to go to Church.

Why go to Church?
The Church is the Body of Christ (1 Cor 12:12)
We are a part of that Body, with Christ as head.
We need to remain connected to the body to say alive.
The imperfect Church provides us with:
1. Community - encouragement and fellowship on our faith journey. Jesus also saw the need for community.
2. Sacraments - boosting us on our faith journey.
3. Truth safety-net protecting and leading us to God. - Teachings and Tradition.

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