iturgy is the Anglican tradition of public worship where we express our love for God, give thanks to God, call on God to provide our needs, and ask God to forgive us for our misdeeds. God is present during public worship for where two or more are gathered in His name, there He shall be also.
oly Communion is the mystical transformation of bread and wine into the body and blood of Christ. Not a physical transformation, but a spiritual transformation as was witnessed many times by St. Padre Pio. By taking Holy Communion, we spiritually unite our souls to Christ in a profound manner.
ermon - Father Craig Isaacs talks about common situations we experience in our everyday lives, how the teachings of Christ relate to these experiences, and how we can draw nearer to Christ through an understanding of these experiences.