The Liturgy, then, is rightly seen as an exercise of the priestly office of Jesus Christ. It involves the presentation of Man’s Sanctification under the guise of signs perceptible by the senses and its accomplishment in ways appropriate to each of these signs. In it full public worship is performed by the mystical body of Jesus Christ, that is, by the head and his members. - Sacrosanctum Concilum 7
The Office for Divine Worship assists the Diocesan Bishops, Priests and Deacons in their preparation and enrichment regarding the proper and prayerful celebration of the Church’s Liturgy. The Office of Divine worship also assists in providing resources for parishes, schools and diocesan organizations, for sacramental and liturgical formation. It offers consultation services, training programs, printed, and online resources for liturgical ministers and parish musicians. The Office is also responsible for diocesan liturgical celebrations at which the Diocesan Bishops Celebrate.