This is mainly said at the end of the Mass and the Priest is saying go spread the word of the Lord so that Mass can go on through to the next Sabbath day and mainly by Roman Catholics. Jesus, on the Last Supper performed the first ever Mass, by which is meant that. Easter is the holiest and most important event in the Christian religion. The Easter Vigil Mass is celebrated in a deep, spiritual, solemn way. Although different Churches and Christian orders may have minute differences in some of the rituals during the mass, but the overall feeling in the Easter Vigil liturgy is of solemnity and holiness.
Prevention of Mass Wasting
Soil flow takes place at the bottom end of the slump. One is likely to see slumps in any place where forces, whether man-made or natural, have graded material to a slope too steep for its angle of repose. This may happen along an interstate highway, where a road crew has cut the slope too sharply, or on a riverbank, where natural erosion has done its work. Slump involves movement along a curved surface, the upper part moving downward while the lower part moves outward Slide is descending rock mass remaining relatively coherent, moving along one or more defined surfaces. A Rock slide is the rapid sliding of a mass of bed rock along an inclined surface of weakness. The composition of the lahar influences the manner in which it flows, with large sediment size causing it to be more viscous while the smaller sediment size causes a much thinner slurry. Due to the high speeds that the lahars flow and the density of the mudflows, the lahars can pick up and transport debris such as vegetation and large boulders that are in its path and deposit them across the landscape.
The term mass wasting sometimes called mass movement encompasses a broad array of processes whereby earth material is transported down a slope by the force of gravity. It is related closely to weathering, which is the breakdown of minerals or rocks at or near Earth's surface through physical, chemical, or biological processes, and to erosion, the transport of material through a variety of agents, most of them flowing media, such as air or water. Varieties of mass wasting are classified according to the speed and force of the process, from extremely slow creep to very rapid, dramatic slide or fall.
Multiple factors contribute to this slope instability. Some of these include the area's steep hillsides, weak bedrock materials, adverse geologic structures, and heavy episodic precipitation. Moreover, as development continues to expand, southern California's landslide problem is only expected to worsen. Mass earth movements are highly variable.