The Catholic Mass
MANY centuries ago, when King Solomon reigned in Jerusalem, he bent his mind to the gratification of every desire of his heart, seeking for happiness. “I said in my heart, I will go and abound with delights, and enjoy good things; I made me great works ; I built me houses, and planted vineyards, I made gardens and orchards, and set them with trees of all kinds, and I made me ponds of water, to water therewith the wood of the young trees. I got me men-servants and maid-servants, and had a great family; and herds of oxen and great flocks of sheep above all that were before me in Jerusalem : I heaped together for myself silver and gold, and the wealth of kings and provinces ; I made me singing men and singing women, and the delights of the sons of men ; cups and vessels to serve to pour out wine ;and I surpassed in riches all that were before me in Jerusalem ; my wisdom also remained with me. And whatsoever my eyes desired, I refused them not, and I withheld not my heart from enjoying every pleasure, and delighting itself in the things which I had prepared, and I esteemed my portion, to make use of my own labor.” Find more on Catholic mass here so you can read a lot.