Transcript: First Holy Communion Origins of the Eucharist Origins of the Eucharist The Church says that the Eucharist orginated when the Last Supper took place. The Last Supper is when Jesus split bread between his disciples, saying that the bread was his body and they must eat of it. He gave his disciples a cup of wine, and told them to drink of it, as it was the blood of his body. Biblical Foundation Biblical Foundations is designed to be a one-on-one Bible study that helps deepen your connection and your love for Jesus Christ by helping ground you in foundational concepts of the Christian faith. It is simply amazing to stop and realize that God has chosen to reveal himself to us. Sacraments of Initiation Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist are the three sacraments of Initiation of the Catholic Church. Topic 3 How God's Grace is Recieved During the Sacrament Topic 4 God's Grace Topic 5 Symbols Topic 6
Transcript: How to Dress First Holy Communion Otherwise known as the Eucharist, it is a central part of the Catholic church. The priest consecrates bread and wine or grape juice, which is believed to be the "body and blood of Christ." Treated with profound reverance. In sharing this meal, the members of the church are united with eachother and with Christ. By: Colleen O'Hagan First Holy Communion Standing In the hand or the tongue The priest says, "The body of Christ." Respond, "Amen." Consume the host and walk back to the pew. Kneel in your pew, praying if you choose, until everyone has recieved communion. First Communion is a rite of passage leading to confirmation, becoming a full member of a Catholic congregation. The third of seven sacraments recieved. In order to recieve the sacrament, the person must be baptized within the Catholic church. One must first recieve Penance. According to the church, "after having attained the age or discretion, each of the faithful is bound by any obligation faithfully to confess serious sins at least once a year." What is a First Holy Communion? What is Communion? Girls: In a dress, preferably white to represent purity. For girls, a veil if optional. Boys: Dress pants, shirt, tie, socks and shoes. Mission How to recieve Holy Communion
Transcript: Before we went to church. My birthday party Look at Addie icing her cake Making cupcakes After church Me on the beach At water park First Holy Communion Making a sandcasle My birthday cake yum!!! Holiday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! In the cold sea Look at our yummy cakes Lucys licking her lips. She cant wait to eat her cakes! The end my finshed sandcasle
Transcript: By Eliza, Isabella, Christina, Sharon, Sophia & Skye First Holy Communion Typically children who receive their First Holy Communion are usually between the ages of 9 - 10 and are in year 3. This happens when the students are the age of 9 or 10, when they are in year 3. This is celebrated through a mass when the students have the body and blood of Christ for the first time. This is ministered by a Priest. When, Where and Why? Bread/ Wine- Body and blood of Christ. White- New life Cross- Jesus is with us Communion is applied to sharing in the Eucharist by partaking of the consecrated bread and wine, an action seen as entering into a close relationship with Christ. What Happens? At What Age... Crossword Puzzle Symbols and Characteristics
Transcript: The Road Ahead Origins of the Eucharist Origins of the Eucharist The Eucharist started with the last supper when Jesus broke bread and drank wine with his deciples saying "This is my body given for you; do this in remembrance of me.” and “This cup is the new covenant in my blood, which is poured out for you.". We still continue this tradition in Church when we do our first Holy communion and every time we visit chuch afterwards we recive the Eucharist. The last supper Topic 2 Biblical Foundation Subtopic 1 Subtopic 1 Subtopic 2 Subtopic 2 Biblical foundation df Importance to the Catholic Faith Text Text Pictures Pictures Topic 4 Why is it a sacrament of initiation? Map Map Chart Chart Topic 5 Timeline Timeline 2019 Significant Symbols Significant Symbols Some items and symbols that we see and use at a first Holy Communion are things such as: the Chalice, the Eucharist, the Fish and the Title Catholic Catechism References What can be expected? To recieve the First Holy Communion, the recipient must be baptized. What can be expected on the day?
Transcript: But you belong to God, my dear children. You have already won a victory over those people, because the Spirit who lives in you is greater than the spirit who lives in the world. My Life The Presence of Christ The Presence of Christ Eat us Being Christ to others in our every day lives Connection of a Jewish Passover Meal Phil 4:6: Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. Matt 28:19: Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Eph 2:8: For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of God First Holy Communion Changed God is always with us. The presence of Christ guides us and helps us to become better people. So in order to connect with Christ we take the Holy bread and wine that represents his flesh and blood as he sacrifice his life for us. The Jewish people celebrate the Passover meal as this represents the day over 3000 years ago when they were saved from Egypt, from slavery. Jewish people celebrate the Passover with the Seder Plate which contain symbolic foods eaten and displayed at the ‘Passover Seder’. We preach the Lord’s teachings through the bible, his 12 disciples followed him around learning about his ways and teachings. After Jesus sacrificed his life his disciples spread his words to the people in which who would listen to them and wrote down their own sightings in the Bible. This is known as the New Testament. This is similar with the Eucharist, we celebrate our saviour, where we eat symbolic food which are the body and blood of Christ (bread and wine). Sacrifice In the gathered community During the time of Jesus’ life he gave his all to making humans better. He sacrificed his own life to take away our sin and open the gates of Heaven, in doing people became amazed at and therefore started to spread the word of the Lord. Belonging Memorial By following his teachings and his way of life, we are bringing Christ into our everyday life. 1 John 4:4 Jesus is with us always, he teaches us to be kind to one another and overall creates a better community. The community helps their fellow people to be greater and to have a safer and a more united place. Jesus By completing your First Holy Communion you can become a part of many different groups such as: Catholic community People who share the same belief You can also become more closer to God In the Eucharist As Jesus lived, he taught and preached to the people of his time. He taught people to be kind to others, and we should follow in his footsteps, we should follow his teachings and to follow his way of life.
Transcript: Holy Communion = Holy Eucharist Who? Who is the minister of the Eucharist? Eucharist means thanksgiving to God How? Cross yourself and Say "Amen" (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr only water or medicine Who can receive Holy Communion? no food, gum, or drink Budapest San Francisco Why? And to Recieve God's grace Holy Communion is the most important reason we attend Mass Stockholm (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr We go to Mass because it is the greatest way to worship God The body and blood of Christ Baptized persons free from mortal sin What? Hollyann, Noah and Sam fast one hour before Communion Holy Communion is a Sacrament of initiation photo frame We go to Mass to thank God for His many blessings How? (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr A Priest such as Fr. Tom or Fr. Mike on the tongue or in the hands
Transcript: First Holy Communion A presentation by Oscar, Will and Thomas. PART 1: The First Holy Communion The First Holy Communion The first Holy communion is one of the sacraments of initiation. This is the 3rd sacrament that someone will undergo while growing up. The origin of the Eucharist begins at the Last Supper, where the disciples and Jesus were having their last meal before the crucifixion of Jesus. He then said "take this, all of you and eat of it, for this is my body that I have given up for you". He then said "take this all of you and drink from it, for it is my blood, the blood of the newe The Origin of the Eucharist Origins of the Eucharist Jesus and the disciples wer at the last supper, and Jesus got some bread and said "Take this, all of you and eat of it, for this is my body", he then got some wine and said "take this all of you and drink from it, for this is my blood, the blood of the new and the eternal covenant of love, do this in memory of me". Biblical Foundation. Biblical Foundation The biblical foundation of Holy Communion is what Christ himself did on the last supper. It is the drinking of the wine and the eating of the bread that Jesus gave his disciples. Importance and relevance to the Catholic faith Importance and relevance to the Catholic Faith The first Holy Communion is very important because it is the first time that children recieve the body and blood of Christ, which is sacred because it helps to recount the events of The Last Supper. This is extremely relevant because the last supper is one of the most important events in all of the bible. Jesus' final passover with his disciples. PART 2: The significance of Eucharist The Eucharist has formed a central rite of Christian worship. All Christians would agree that it is a memorial action in which, by eating bread and drinking wine the church recalls what Jesus Christ was, said, and did on the night of the Holy Passover. The significance of the Eucharist Why is it a Sacrament of Initiation? Why it is a sacrament of initiation? The Eucharist allows you to taste the body and blood of eternal life and be reminded of Christ's love and sacrifice. This is in the sacraments of intitiation because it is one of the earlier sacraments and helps to define who we are as catholic. How God's Grace is recieved during the Eucharist How God’s grace is received during this sacrament The significant symbols, colours and images of the sacrament The significant symbols/colours/images relating to the sacrament Understanding Communion PART 3: Understanding Communion
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