Transcript: holy eucharist Priest Effects: Wine Bread Other names of the Holy Eucahrist Form: " Take this bread all of you and eat it: this is my body which will be given up for you. Take this, all of you and drink from it; This the cup of my blood the blood of the new and everlasting covenant. it will be shed for you and for all men so that sins maybe forgiven. Do this as memory of me. Matter: 1. Blessed Sacrament 2. Sacrament of the altar 3. Holy Communion 4. Bread of Life 5. Holy Viaticum Bishop a sacrament and of the new law,which our lord Jesus Christ, instituted permanently. his body and blood, soul and divinity are contained, offered and recieved under the apperance of bread and wine. Minister: 1. It unites us with Christ 2. It separates us from sin 3. It reconciles us with one another
Transcript: Center of Christ's Sacramental Presence These four solemn actions are parallel to the four key moments of the Liturgy of the Eucharist: Preparation of gifts or offertory (He took) Eucharistic Prayer (He gave thanks and praise) Breaking of the Bread (He broke the bread); and Communion (He gave) The Eucharist Celebration of Christ's Pascal Mystery "Sacrifice" - to surrender something precious or an ideal, belief, or end The death of Jesus was a sacrifice of love, the most profound self-giving for the sake of others Manifested in the words of Jesus: "This is My Body which is given up for you" "This cup which is poured out for you is the New Covenant in My Blood." The Holy Eucharist: The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass The Holy Eucharist: The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass Our Lord is personally contained, offered, and received We receive the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Jesus Christ Transubstantiation The bread and wine after the Consecration is the living and risen Christ whom we receive "...This is My Body which is given up for you... This is the cup of my Blood, the blood of the New and everlasting Covenant. It wil be shed for you and for all so that your sins may be forgiven." Covenant between God and man A new relationship between God and man that is solely dependent on love The Holy Eucharist The Eucharist: Sacrament of the Lord's Supper Sacrament of the sacred meal in which we receive God's greatest gift to us: Jesus Christ We receive Him under the sacramental symbols of bread and wine Eucharistic meal is a life-giving encounter with Christ as the Risen Lord (CFC 1677) Religious meal of faith bringing us food from heaven for our salvation "I am the Living Bread... anyone who eats this bread shall live forever; the bread I shall give is my flesh, for the life of the world... He who feeds on my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, and I will raise him up on the last day... he remains in me and I in him." John 6: 51, 54, 56 The Holy Eucharist Sacrament of the Lord's Supper The Eucharist: Sacrament of the Lord's Supper A Memorial of Christ's Sacrifice Christ's death is the perfect sacrifice It restores the relationship between God and humanity lost by Adam and Eve "Do this in memory of me" - we participate in Christ's sacrifice Mass is not a mere reminder of Jesus' death; it is Christ perpetuating His offering on the Cross In the Eucharist, we feel Christ's presence in five ways: In the celebration of the Mass, Jesus fulfills his promise: "I am with you always"; He is present in the community as He promised: "when two or three are gathered in My Name, I am in their midst"; He is present in the Scriptures He is present in the person of the priest; and He is present in the Bread and Wine The Holy Eucharist The Eucharist: Memorial of Christ's Sacrifice The Eucharist: Sacrament of the Lord's Supper The Holy Eucharist: The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass Completes our Christian initiation We participate fully in the life of Christ, for we are pulled into the center of the mystery of God's love Greatest and most powerful prayer because Jesus Himself offers and is offered in this sublime act of worship Mass is given an infinite value The Holy Eucharist During the Last Supper, Jesus: took bread and wine gave thanks and praise to the Father broke the bread; and gave it to His disciples The Holy Eucharist The Eucharist: Sacrament of the Lord's Supper The Holy Eucharist
Transcript: The intake of the Body and Blood of Christ, as Christ is completely present with in A sign of Christ's sacrifice for us "Thanksgiving" The key to everlasting life in the Kingdom of Heaven Vatican.va www.starofthesea.net Suffered brain damage Fed Eucharist each day Angels on the wall bled blood and released oil Protected her throughout herlife Reflected the magic within the Eucharist I believe serves as a milestone into the Catholic faith and allows us to become one with the Lord The Last Supper The Holy Eucharist Bread and Wine What is the Holy Eucharist? Significations of Christ's Body and Blood established during the Last Supper Represents God's grace and Jesus' sacrifice Originally starts off as regular wine and beread until it undergoes Transubstantiation Transubstantiation- the changing of the elements of the bread and wine, when they are consecrated in the Eucharist, into the body and blood of Christ (Dictionary.com) "This is the Bread of everlasting life which supports the substance of our soul." - St. Ambrose Bibliography Challenges us to strive for the Kindom of heaven and live in Christ's shadow Jesus serves through: Minister Priest Parents One another Agape Feast Passover Seder Jewish feast Very first receiving of the Eucharist Jesus also appointed his apostles to leaders of the Holy Church through the first sacrament of Holy Orders Pronounced bread and wine as his Body and Blood A feast in which all were invited to enjoy Love was spread all around the table Jesus Presence Today and Eucharistic Challenges Personal Opinion Aubrey Santo By Avery DeWindt
Transcript: Works Cited "Our Catholic Faith - Sacrament Of The Eucharist." Our Catholic Faith - A Journey In Christ. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Apr. 2012. <http://www.ourcatholicfaith.org/sacraments/eucharist.html>. SociÌas, James. Introduction to Catholicism: a complete course. Chicago, IL: Midwest Theological Forum, 2003. Print. The Eucharist is a gift of thanksgiving and praise to the Father It is a reminder of the Christ's passover and sacrifice on the cross and therefore also called the Holy Sacrifice The Eucharist can also be known the Lord's Supper Why is it Important? What is the Eucharist? The Holy Eucharist The person who receives the Eucharist is blessed with many graces. This sacrament... stabalizes and increases union with Christ reinforces the unity of the Church as the Mystical Body of Christ removes venial sins diminishes sinful love of self strengthens against temptation decreases purgatorial debt Since Eucharist is food for the spirit, it should be received often as is possible to strengthen the spirit The Eucharist is important because it unites us with Christ As it was said in the Book of John (6: 54-56), Christ Himself promises to give us eternal life if we submit ourselves and receive his True Body and Blood Like the 3 persons that make up the trinity, we may sometimes find it hard to understand the Eucharist. We need to be in the light of Spiritual understanding to really see it. Fruits of the Eucharist Test your knowledge on the Holy Eucharist Essential signs of the Eucharistic Sacrament are Wheat Bread and Grape Wine Through the words of consecration spoken by Jesus and the blessing of the Holy Spirit it becomes the body, blood, soul, and divinity of our Lord, Jesus Christ This transformation is known as Transubstantiation Because the Eucharist is Christ himself, it is the holiest thing in the world Requirments for a Worthy Reception The Eucharist has essence in its qualities that it can distinguish Catholics to other Christian denominations. An example would be that Catholics see the Eucharist as forgiveness of sins and the physical body and blood of Christ, while many Protestants fail to see this because they don’t believe that grace comes from the seven sacraments. Be a baptized catholic - You should know and understand what the Eucharist really is Should have recieved the sacrament of penence before reception of the Eucharist Fasting for one hour prior to reception Should be free from mortal sin - recieving the Eucharist in state of mortal sin is called sacrilige Let's Play!! How does it define a Catholic? Sacraments are channels of divine grace. The Eucharist is one of these channels. Eucharist is a gift from God made possible by the power of the Holy Spirit The Mystery of Transubstantiation
Transcript: Why do we need to eat food? Food gives us the fuel to do things. Without food we would not have the energy to survive. How do you feel if you don't get enough food? Without food our bodies will starve to death. Our spiritual hunger is a real as physical hunger. It is the hunger for love and happiness. yogurt mac & cheese But the Eucharist offers lasting spiritual nourishment and the promise of eternal life. we hunger for food to nourish our bodies pizza vegetables We hunger for spiritual food to nourish our souls Only God can feed this hunger, since God alone is the true source of happiness and love. grilled cheese Both the bread you eat at meals and the Eucharist nourish you. Holy Eucharist: the body and blood of Jesus Christ In the sacrament of Eucharist you share the Bread of Life and the Cup of Salvation. what foods do you crave? peanut butter & jelly sandwich cheese burgers
Transcript: The Eucharist commits us to the poor. Luke 22: 7-23 “This cup is the new covenant in “Take this all of my blood, which is you, and it eat. poured out for This is my body you.”Jesus took thebread, blessed given for you; doand broke, and this is memory ofgave it to his me.”disciples The more painful the experience of the divisions in the Church which break the common participation in the table of the Lord, the more urgent are our prayers to the Lord that the time of complete unity among all who believe in him may return. Paul the Apostle and the Lord's Supper The Eucharist gives us a living charity which wipes away venial sins. Holy Communion augments our union with Christ. Holy Communion separates us from sin. What happened when Our Lord said: "This is My body . . . this is My blood"? Those who receive the Eucharist are united more closely to Christ. Communion renews, strengthens, and deepens this incorporation into the Church, already achieved by Baptism. Form of Holy Eucharist Minister Rituals in the Holy Eucharist The Eucharist preserves us from future mortal sins. Holy Eucharist What is the Holy Eucharist? In his First Epistle to the Corinthians (c 54-55), "The Lord Jesus on the night when he was betrayed took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said, 'This is my body, which is for you. Do this in remembrance of me.' In the same way he took the cup also, after supper, saying, 'This cup is the new covenant in my blood. Do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of me' To receive in truth the Body and Blood of Christ given up for us, we must recognize Christ in the poorest, his brethren The flesh of the risen Christ increases our baptismal life of grace. “ Take this all of you and eat it; This is my body which will be given up for you. Take this, all of you and drink from it; This is the cup of my blood the blood of the new and everlasting covenant. It will be shed for you and for all men so that sins maybe forgiven. Do this in memory of me." Christ could not have used clearer, more explicit words than "This is My body." He did not say, "This is a sign of My body," or "This represents My body," but, "This is My body." On His word Christians know that the Holy Eucharist is the body and blood of Christ. Canon 900§1 of the 1983 Code of Canon Law provides: The only minister who, in the person of Christ, can bring into being the sacrament of the Eucharist, is a validly ordained priest. Matter of Holy Eucharist When did Christ institute the Holy Eucharist? Christ instituted the Holy Eucharist at the Last Supper, the night before He died. The body of Christ we receive in Holy Communion is "given up for us," and the blood we drink "shed for the many for the forgiveness of sins." The more we share the life of Christ and progress in his friendship, the more difficult it is to break away from him by mortal sin. Canon 766 provides: The laity may be allowed to preach in a church or oratory if in certain circumstances it is necessary, or in particular cases it would be advantageous, according to the provisions of the Episcopal Conference.... Bishop and Priest The principal fruit of receiving the Eucharist in Holy Communion is an intimate union with Christ Jesus. The Fruits of Holy Communion Bowing of Head Incensing Washing of Hands Preparation of host and wine, the offertory gifts Offertory prayer with hands crossed Kissing the altar Exchange of peace Consecration Words Ringing of Bell Epiclesis (Prayer of inviting the Holy Spirit) Elevation of the Bread Breaking of the Bread Receiving Communion Final Blessing Holy Communion wipes away venial sins. The unity of the Mystical Body: the Eucharist makes the Church. Bread and Wine Canon 907 provides: In the celebration of the Eucharist, deacons and lay persons are not permitted to say the prayers, especially the eucharistic prayer, nor to perform the actions which are proper to the celebrating priest. The word "Eucharist" means "Thanksgiving."(also called Holy Communion, the Lord's Supper) Biblical basis The Holy Eucharist is a sacrament and a sacrifice. In the Holy Eucharist, under the appearances of bread and wine, the Lord Christ is contained, offered, and received. The Eucharist and the unity of Christians. When Our Lord said, "This is My body," the entire substance of the bread was changed into His body; and when He said, "This is My blood," the entire substance of the wine was changed into His blood.
Transcript: Holy Eucharist is a coming together as disciples of Christ to receive bread and wine, just as Jesus and the apostles gathered at the Last Supper. It's a symbolic reminder of God's love and the fact that God sent Jesus to show us how we should live on this earth. Eucharist also reminds us that Christ was persecuted and killed for living according to God's Will, and yet he survived death to be followed to this day. One of the most important things taken from learning about history of the Eucharist is that there was no one, uniform, original way of celebrating the Mass. There were as many ways of celebrating the Eucharist as there were Christian communities. It was only gradually that the ceremonies became more fixed and uniform. Around the fourth century these various rituals and customs began to coalesce into local traditions around the major cities; these traditions developed into what we now call liturgical rites. For example, from Alexandria in Egypt we have the Coptic Rite; from Antioch, the Syrian Rite; from Constantinople, the Byzantine Rite, and from Rome, the Roman Rite (the liturgical rite we have been discussing in this series). Holy Eucharist is a coming together as disciples of Christ to receive bread and wine, just as Jesus and the apostles gathered at the Last Supper. It's a symbolic reminder of God's love and the fact that God sent Jesus to show us how we should live on this earth. Eucharist also reminds us that Christ was persecuted and killed for living according to God's Will, and yet he survived death to be followed to this day. The Eucharistic celebration also reminds us of the last hours of Christ's life on earth: There is a washing of hands reminiscent of Pilate's ridding himself of responsibility in the death of Christ. The bread is lifted up as was Christ's body lifted onto the cross. The bread is broken as was his body, and the wine poured out as was his blood. Holy Eucharist The Eucharist was “incarnated” or “in-fleshed” into these various cultural settings. The language spoken by the people who lived in a place became the liturgical language used in the Eucharist: Coptic, Syrian, Greek and Latin. The clothing, gestures, food, vessels, music, etc., of the region were incorporated into the liturgy. These are the human or cultural aspects of the eucharistic celebration. How it is being celebrated today The Eucharist, also called Holy Communion, the Sacrament of the Altar, the Blessed Sacrament, the Lord's Supper, and other names, is a Christian sacrament or ordinance. It is reenacted in accordance with Jesus' instruction at the Last Supper as recorded in several books of the New Testament, that his followers do in remembrance of Him as when he gave his disciples bread, saying, "This is my body", and gave them wine, saying: "This is my blood." But it was none of these things that upset St. Paul when he wrote to the Corinthians. He was not concerned about the vestments they wore, the language they used or the type of cups or bread employed for the Eucharist. He was concerned about the “divine element”—the way in which the Eucharist embodies the divine mystery. Greek noun (eucharistia), meaning "thanksgiving" For I received from the Lord what I also delivered to you, that the Lord Jesus on the night when he was betrayed took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it, and said, "This is my body which is for you. Do this in remembrance of me." (1 Corinthians 11:23-24) Holy Eucharist Filamor, Kiana Chua, Phoelix Rosales, Bianca Omana, Katrina Segismundo, Marvie How it started. The Eucharist basically began at the last supper when Jesus was about to die. Significance
Transcript: Ƭнє Ɛυcнαяιѕт Ɗєfιηιтιση Third Sacrament 3. The ceremony is the Eucharist—that part of the Catholic Mass when the priest says a blessing over the bread and wine and the congregation is invited to receive Christ in Holy Communion.* The Eucharist is the third sacrament and is one of my personal favorite sacrament. My personal favorite sacrament is marriage and Holy Orders. 2. From the Greek, meaning ‘thanksgiving’, there is evidence of the earliest Christians participating in this liturgy, believed to have been instituted by Christ in his celebration of the Passover meal on the night before he died and during which he ‘gave thanks’. Sacrament The Eucharist A Loaf of Bread. Bread is the staple food of physical life, and Eucharistic bread is the staple food of the spiritual life. Social The sacrament i have chosen is the eucharist sacrament. the Christian service, ceremony, or sacrament commemorating the Last Supper, is when bread and wine are consecrated and consumed. 4. PEOPLE the world over observe the ceremony regularly—whether several times a year, weekly, or even daily. Yet, it is called a mystery of faith, and many of those who practice it do not claim to understand it. It is viewed as sacred and is even supposed to be miraculous. Third A Host. A host is a Communion wafer, a round piece of unleavened bread used for consecration and distribution at Mass. The Wheat. Wheat is a cereal grain, its seeds are ground into flour and used as the main ingredient for bread, and Jesus is the Bread of Life. 1. Eucharist The Eucharist — also known variously as the Mass, Holy Communion, the Lord's Supper, according to doctrinal position — is a central act of worship in Christianity which commemorates or ‘follows’ the Last Supper as recorded in Matthew 26: 26–8, Mark 14: 22–4 and Luke 22:17–20, in the eating and drinking of bread and wine, thought either to be or to represent Christ's body and blood. About: Holy Eucharist Eucharist A basket of loaves. When Jesus fed the five thousand, he began with a basket of five loaves and when he fed the four thousand he began with a basket of seven. Loaves and fishes were both part of Jesus’ Eucharistic miracles 1.000.000 Ƭнє Ɛυcнαяιѕт Symbols of Eucharist . The Holy Eucharist is the only sacrament in which you use bread and wine. Is the third Sacrament Symbol meanings Likes: . Religion Grapes and Wine. Grapes are crushed into juice, the liquid fermented into wine, and wine was used by Jesus at the Last Supper to represent his Blood, the blood of the covenant, shed on behalf of many for the forgiveness of sins. References Interests Experience Education Skills
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