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The History of the Eucharist The Eucharist is the source and summit of our Christian Life. The Gospel of Matthew, Mark and Luke depicts the meal that Jesus shared with his disciples the night before he died in which he associated it with the actions and words of that meal with his death on the cross of the following day. Jesus said to his disciples saying "eat this, this is my body" and "drink this as this is the cup of my covenant blood", in which his disciples took the bread and ate it and drank the wine.

Meaning of TransubstantiationTransubstantiation is the process in which the bread and wine of the Eucharist is turned into the Body and Blood of Christ. The word transubstatiation is made up of two parts, the first part trans means across, beyond or through and the secomd part substantiation refers to the philosophical term substance.

Eucharist as a SacramentHoly Communion – is the first sacrament of the Eucharist which means that it brings about the completion of the Christian process of initiation. In the sacrament we remember all the things that Jesus did for us in his life, death and resurrection. We remember the Last Supper that Jesus had with his disciples. When we receive Communion at mass, we believe that we are receiving Jesus into our very beings. We become one with him and we also become one with each other as a community which refers to being ‘the body of Christ’.

Christs TeachingsThe Eucharist is Christ, The Last Supper represents that Jesus sacrificed himself to save his disciples and that he turned the bread and wine into his body and blood. He broke the bread and handed to his disciples saying 'This is my body, which is given for you. Eat this as a way of remembering me!'. Then Jesus took the cup and said 'This is my blood. It is poured out for you, and with it God makes his new agreement.' It is Jesus sacrifice to us.

The Value of the Eucharist It is apart of the Eucharist Celebration in MassThere is mass every Sunday The Blood and Body of Jesus is consecarted separately

By Jamie Kalukal

The Eucharist Celebration The Eucharist is a major event which takes place in the Church during mass. It reminds us that Jesus sacrificed himself for us and that the Church teaches their followers to live a life of fulfilment


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