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iwant to learn english please help me
Held or celebrated, but not performed
The capitalization of the common noun mass could be distracting for English language learners.
No, it's not- 'Mass' is often capitalized (proper noun)
"Mass" in not a holiday one can celebrate. It's just a religious ceremony. So, "held" is correct.
The priest perfomed juggling at the mass!
held is a verb used for a place
Mass is a celebration of thanksgiving. The priest celebrates it with the congregation.
Held is a verb means to keep something or to do something in a place while "celebrated means, to perform a religious ceremony, especially Mass or the Lord's Supper. Thank you!