On Tuesday of Holy Week, Archbishop George presided over the Chrism Mass at the Cathedral. During his homily, Archbishop George reflected:
When we come to worship God at Mass we are not doing so in our own individual way. We are taken up into the perfect worship that Jesus offers. That is why we are called a priestly people. Just as the priest and the bishop are anointed with the Oil of Chrism so that they may ‘lead’ the worship of God, so each of you who are baptised is anointed with the same Chrism and reminded that you, too, are empowered to speak and act the word of God. You are empowered to worship God in His way, not merely in our own ways!
The full homily from the Mass can be watched here:
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