The inner principle of the Divine Mysteries is that participation by which the worshiper becomes one with the celebration,
A spiritual flow by which heart and mind are in tune with the revelation unfolding in the celebration of the Mass,
There is the obedience to the structure of this mystical celebration, but observance of the rubrics
must be animated by that purity of heart in which priest and people “see God”
in the Eucharist and in the heart,
when the still point of Christ’s presence becomes the light by which the celebration is understood and adapted,
Song and body… movement… gesture
are important in that sense in which they lead to the inner sanctuary,
the restoration of the liturgy begins primarily in the hearts of Bishops and Priests, who allow themselves to be transfigured by Christ’s glory….
In short, full, active participation is nothing short of mystical union… of our complete divnization… of our transformation by which we say, “It is no longer I who lives, but Christ who lives in me” (Gal 2:20).