The scene does not show the Colosseum, but in the Circus Maximus in Rome. You can see that by the pillars which mark the turning point of the race track and could be found in the Circus Maximus, not in the Colosseum. And if you compare the painting with pictures of the Colosseum, you will see that the Colosseum has higher stands and a different architecture. This should be corrected.
Novus Ordo Missaewhich may be celebrated either in the vernacular or in Latin. The second part is called Liturgy of the Eucharist, in which the actual sacrament of the Eucharist is celebrated. These rites have remained more constant than has the Roman Rite, going back to early church times.
Eastern Catholic and Orthodox liturgies are generally quite similar. The liturgical action is seen as transcending time and uniting the participants with those already in the heavenly kingdom.
Elements in the liturgy are meant to symbolize eternal realities; they go back to early Christian traditions which evolved from the Jewish-Christian traditions of the early church. The first part of the Liturgy, or "Liturgy of the Catechumens", has scripture readings and at times a homily.
The second part derives from the Last Supper as celebrated by the early Christians. The belief is that by partaking of the Communion bread and wine, the Body and Blood of Christthey together become the body of Christ on earth, the Church.
Readings from " Ordinary Time " follow the Christmas Season, but are interrupted by the celebration of Easter in Spring, preceded by 40 days of Lenten preparation and followed by 50 days of Easter celebration.
Trinity "Hospitality of Abraham" by Andrei Rublev: The three angels represent the three persons of God The Trinity refers to the belief in one God, in three distinct persons or hypostases.
Together, these three persons form a single Godhead. Afterwards it appears in Tertullian. It is found in many passages of Origen. According to a prominent Catholic theologian of the 20th century: Jesus, having become fully human, suffered our pain and temptationsbut did not sin.
According to the New Testament"God raised him from the dead,"  he ascended to heavenis "seated at the right hand of the Father"  and will return again  to fulfil the rest of Messianic prophecyincluding the resurrection of the deadthe Last Judgment and final establishment of the Kingdom of God.
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