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Transcript: Breaking of the bread Poem about The Eucharist Roman Missal is the book that holds all the prayers for the celebration of the Eucharist Description of the Sacrament Roman Missal- By consuming the bread and wine, we are consuming God into our bodies and into our lives. The Eucharist gives us sacramental grace to do what is wrong and right, to make decisions and keep our hearts and mind open to God. Flowers All: Lamb of God, you take away the sins of the world: have mercy on us. Lamb of God, you take away the sins of the world: have mercy on us. Lamb of God, you take away the sins of the world: grant us peace. Symbols used when celebrating the sacrament Priest: "This is the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world. Happy are those who are called to his supper" All: Lord, I am not worthy to receive you, but only say the word and I shall be healed. The altar Flowers as a sign of celebration and joy Chalice comes from the Latin word 'calix'. The cup that holds the Blood of Christ when the wine is consecrated at Mass Mark 14:22-24 While they were eating, He took some bread, and after a blessing He broke it, and gave it to them, and said, "Take it; this is My body." And when He had taken a cup and given thanks, He gave it to them, and they all drank from it. And He said to them, "This is My blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many. Candles are used as a sign of reverence and festiveness Chalice- Priest: "Blessed are you, Lord, God of all creation. Through your goodness we have this bread to offer, which earth has given and human hands have made. It will become for us the bread of life" All: Blessed be God for ever. Priest: "Blessed are you, Lord, God of all creation. Through your goodness we have this wine to offer, fruit of the vine and work of human hands. It will become our spiritual drink" All: Blessed be God for ever. Priest: "Pray, my brothers and sisters, that our sacrifice may be acceptable to God, the almighty Father" All: May the Lord accept the sacrifice at your hands, for the praise and glory of his name, for our good, and the good of all his Church. It is a Christian service/ceremony, or sacrament memorializing the Last Supper, in which the bread and the wine are blessed, becomes the body and blood of the Christ and consumed. How does this sacrament affect our daily lives? Personal account: Scriptural Reference The alter is a table where the sacred meal is celebrated The altar- Communion Paten/plate Chalice Personal account- I go to church every Sunday, and at mass everyone recieves the bread and wine. Preparing the altar The paten or plate that the Body of Christ is placed on Patens or plates- Words used when celebrating the sacrament Candles Roman Missal Candles- Sacrament Presentation Flowers- “Holy Communion is offered to all, as surely as the living Jesus Christ is for all, as surely as all of us are not divided in him, but belong together as brothers and sisters, all of us poor sinners, all of us rich through his mercy.” ― Karl Barth, Deliverance to the Captives

Sacrament Presentation

Transcript: How Is It Shaped? Can We Talk? How Is It Shaped? Both call us to a vocation, a committed state of life that God calls us to Holy Matrimony Sacrament Presentation Penance + Reconciliation and Anointing of the Sick Baptism Matthew 26:17-30 Mark 14:12-25 Luke 22:7-23 John 13:1 - 17:26 How Is It Shaped? Baptism: -beginning of new life in Christ Holy Communion: -nourish us to live as Christ's disciples in our journey through this life Confirmation: -strengthens us to live more fully for Christ's call to serve Apostles received the Spirit at Pentecost (Acts of the Apostles 2:1-13) Jesus send the Spirit to his disciples (John 14: 16-17, 16: 13-14) laying on of hands & the prayer of Consecration Baptism, Confirmation, & Holy Communion Penance & Reconciliation The Sacraments of Christian Initiation are the basic structure of Christian life. laying on of hands & words of absolution Did You Know?: Confirmation Sacraments at the Service of Communion Mentions in the Old Testament: Anointing of the Sick God made man and a helper as his partner Genesis 2:18 to populate the Earth and tend to creation Genesis 1:28 the miracle at the wedding sets a positive attitude Christ made Matrimony one of the Seven Sacraments How Does It Work? Can We Talk? "If you forgive the ins of any, they are forgiven them; if you retain the sins of any, they are retained." John 20:23 (early Church) only mortal sins private confession came from Irish monks Did You Know? Did You Know? Holy Orders John 1:29 1 Corinthians 5:7 the Words of Consecration -spiritual healing -Sacrament of Conversion, Confession, Forgiveness, Penance, and Reconciliation How Does It Work? Holy Orders & Holy Matrimony Penance & Reconciliation -consecrating people for the 3 orders of ministry: bishop, priest, and deacon Noah & the flood (Genesis, chapters 6-9) Israelites crossing the Jordan to get to the Promised Land (Joshua 3:14-17) Moses parts the Red Sea (Exodus 14: 21-22) Jesus was baptized by John in the Jordan. He said that nobody can enter the Kingdom if they aren't "born of water and Spirit". Jesus, himself, established the sacrament by telling his disciples to baptize new Christians. anointing with the Oil of the Sick accompanied by the liturgical prayer of the priest & liturgical prayer of the priest Anointing of the Sick tribe of Levi-priestly service (Numbers 3:5-10) "Christ came as a high priest of the good things that have come." Hebrews 9:11 (early Church) people gathered at home to celebrate the Eucharist led by elders Over time, the establishment of the ministry came to be. Jesus sent the Twelve and they "casted many demons, and anointed with oil many who were sick and cured them" (Mark 6:13) (early Church) used to prepare for death Mentions in the New Testament Sacraments of Healing Penance & Reconciliation By: Ahmyia Cacapit Matthew 14:13-21, Mark 6:30-44, Luke 9:10-17, John 6:1-15 Mentions in the New Testament How Does It Work? Did You Know?: the Eucharist Can We Talk? Holy Orders John the Baptist tells his followers that Jesus will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire (Luke 3: 16) laying on of hands & anointing with Sacred Chrism Holy Matrimony Sacraments of Initiation Mentions in the New Testament -physical, mental, & spiritual healing -unites our suffering to the Passion -strengthens us to endure the suffering that comes with sickness Matthew 3:16 -God wants marriage to lead to a new life -family life Anointing of the Sick Did You Know?:Baptism exchange of marriage vows Confirmation "I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit." The Eucharist Forgiveness of the Prodigal Son Luke 15:11-32

Sacrament Presentation

Transcript: By: Claire, Avery, Kate, and Mary The Eucharist Understanding the Sacrament The Eucharist is a complex mystery that nobody will be able to fully understand. Its is a sacrament of sacrifice and also a meal. Under the appearance of bread and wine, the Lord Christ is contained, offered, and received. Scripture Passage Scripture Passage "And he took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying "This is my body given for you: do this in remembrance of me." In the same way, after the supper he took the cup saying, "This cup is the new covenant in my blood, which is poured out for you" (Luke 22: 19-20). "Then Jesus declared, " I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never go hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty" (John 6: 35). Exodus 12: 14-20, Matthew 14:13-21, Mark 14: 22-25, 1 Corinthians 11: 23-32 Exodus 12: 14-20 This explains the night before the Passover, where God commands the Israelites to also celebrate the week after the Passover with his body and his blood. Matthew 14: 13-21 The story of "Jesus Feeding the Five Thousand" reminds us that Jesus will always be there for us, providing, and giving us everything that we need through the Eucharist. Mark 14: 22-25 During the Passover Jesus says these very well known words that we hear everytime we recieve the Eucahrist and gives us an understanding as to why the Eucharist is so important to our faith 1 Corinthians 11: 23-32 This passage expemplifies how that through the consumtion of the Eucharist each time we remeber the sacrifice that Jesus made for us when he died on the cross. Explanation Historical Development Historical Development How it began Passover Death of Jesus Resurrection Instituted by Christ Jesus sacrifice of his Body and Blood 1337 The Lord, having loved those who were his own, loved them to the end. Knowing that the hour had come to leave this world and return to the Father, in the course of a meal he washed their feet and gave them the commandment of love.163 In order to leave them a pledge of this love, in order never to depart from his own and to make them sharers in his Passover, he instituted the Eucharist as the memorial of his death and Resurrection, and commanded his apostles to celebrate it until his return; "thereby he constituted them priests of the New Testament."164 - Eastern Churches - "Greek Catholics" - Uses two liturgical colors (Dark and light) - The priest and congregation face eastward - Leavened bread Western Churches - "Latin Catholics" - No separation between the priest and the people - Tabernacle is separated from where the people gather - Many statues of Christ, Mary, the saints or angels - Many parts of the mass are sung -uses several liturgical colors throughout the year - Unleavened bread Historical Development Theology of the Eucharist Theology Consecration Through the word of Christ the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ "He took bread... He took the cup filled with wine..." Passover the Old Covenant bread and wine were offered in sacrifice In Exodus the unleavened bread that they eat commemorated the haste of the departure that liberated them from Egypt Remembrance of the Manna calls them to live by the bread of the Word of God Signs Signs Miracles of the loaves and the water into wine the loaves represent Jesus body in the Eucharist water into wine represents Jesus blood where those who are faithful will drink the new wine "The words of Eternal Life" announcement of the Eucharist divided the disciples through the Eucharist we are unified though Jesus by receiving the Lord himself Signs Signs Gave us the Eucharist as a reminder of his death and Resurrection "Thereby he constituted them priests of the New Testament" (CCC 1337) Celebrating the Last Supper Institution Institution Words from Jesus "until he comes" "They devoted themselves to the apostle's teaching and fellowship to the breaking of bread and the prayers... Day by day, attending the temple together and breaking bread in their homes, they partook of food with glad generous hearts" (CCC 1342). Resurrection of Jesus on the first day of the week "In Memory" "In Memory" A sacrifice of praise in thanksgiving for the work of creation through the crucifixion The Eucharist is a sacrifice of thanksgiving to the Father A sacrifice of praise where we sing the glory of God "The Father is offered through Christ and with him, to be accepted in him" (CCC 1361) Thanksgiving and Praise Thanksgiving and Praise Through the Passover A proclamation of the mighty world by God for men The Eucharist is celebrated on the alter, the work of our redemption is carried out re-presents the sacrifice on the cross sacrifice of Christ and of the Eucharist are one single sacrifice To the offering of Christ are united not only the members still here on Earth, but also those in the glory of heaven Sacrificial Memorial Sacrificial Memorial St. John Paul II published a rich, profound, and beautiful reflection about the connection

Sacrament Presentation Assignment

Transcript: By: Lucas W, Lucas E, and Emily N When Does it Take Place? White Garment Baptismal Candle Baptisms have been taking place for centuries and have been traced all the way back Jewish Rituals and the old the testament. Water Dressing in White - The person being baptized dresses in white. They dress in white as it symbolizes purity and faith, as well as Jesus wore a white gown when he was placed in his tomb. Baptism represents the persons entry into the catholic church, as well as the beginning of their journey to becoming a member of the church and discovering who you are as a catholic. As well, it is the first step toward becoming a confirmed member of the church, as it will be followed by first communion and confirmation. Sponsors - Everyone Baptized must have a sponsor. Sponsors used to have many responsibilities, however no they duties are being a good christian role model and being supportive Baptism and Life This reveals that the sacrament is very important as this ritual is still practiced to this day. The Purpose The ongoing effect of the sacrament (eg. How does this sacrament keep the traditions of the catholic faith alive in our culture) Sacrament Presentation Assignment: Baptism Baptism generally takes place in infancy, where a parent decides to enter their child into the church. However, people who decide to join the church later in life are able to be baptized when they are ready to begin their life in Christ. The Use of Water - The Priest or Deacon administers the sacrament, first by applying oils and pours blessed water over the child or adult's head three times. They pour water of the person being baptized to wash away and clean their sins away. The water that is poured onto the baptized heads represents the cleansing of the soul, and symbolized the washing away of all sins. It also represents life, and how, without water, nothing can grow, therefore symbolizing the beginning of spiritual growth. Takes Place on Sundays - Baptism takes place on Sunday during parish or mass in the early afternoon after all masses are over. Baptism usually take place on Sunday as it is the day of resurrection The colour white represents life, purity, and innocence, therefore symbolizing the beginning of a new life in Christ, and a clean slate to grow in the church. This keeps the Traditions of the Catholic faith alive in our culture as many people who were baptized will want their children to be baptized as they were. Lit from the flame of the Easter candle, the Baptismal Candle symbolizes the light of Christ, and the newly baptized "opening their eyes to the light of creation". Symbolism The Rituals Associated with the Sacrament and their Meaning The tradition of Baptism continues on due as it is now customary in many families for a child to be baptized. What Does it Commemorate? The baptism ritual is a participatory one, with all attendees rejecting Satan and professing their faith towards Catholicism. Like the Sacrament of Confirmation and the Sacrament of Holy Orders, as a Catholic, you’re baptized just once. These sacraments put a mark on your soul meaning no one can ever be un-baptized or re-baptized.

sacrament presentation: marriage

Transcript: By Alannah, Caitlin and Riley Sacrament of Marriage Definition of Marriage Definition of Marriage Marriage is a practice common to all cultures in all ages. It is, therefore, a natural institution, something common to all mankind. At its most basic level, marriage is a union between a man and a woman for the purpose of procreation and mutual support, or love. Each spouse in a marriage gives up some rights over his or her life in exchange for rights over the life of the other spouse. Scripture references about marriage Scripture References scripture 1 Isaiah 54:5: “For your Maker is your husband, the LORD of hosts is his name; and the Holy One of Israel is your Redeemer, the God of the whole earth he is called." Scripture 2 Genesis 1:27-28: “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them. And God blessed them. And God said to them, 'Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth and subdue it and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the heavens and over every living thing that moves on the earth.' " Scripture 3 Ephesians 5:25: “For husbands, this means love your wives, just as Christ loved the church. He gave up his life for her." What is the Catholic catechism? A catechism is best defined as a summary of instructions through a series of questions and answers, prepared in book form, containing instruction on the religious doctrine of a Christian church. I However, the catechism of the Catholic Church is not written in a question-and-answer format. Instead, it is a summary of the official teachings of Catholic beliefs including creeds, sacraments, commandments, and prayers, divided into four parts: • Profession of Faith (the Apostles Creed) • Celebration of the Christian Mystery (the Sacred Liturgy, especially the sacraments) • Life in Christ (including The Ten Commandments in Roman Catholic theology) • Christian Prayer (including The Lord's Prayer) Catechism about marriage Catechism Catechism 1 THE MARRIAGE BOND 1639 The consent by which the spouses mutually give and receive one another is sealed by God himself.143 From their covenant arises "an institution, confirmed by the divine law, . . . even in the eyes of society."144 The covenant between the spouses is integrated into God's covenant with man: "Authentic married love is caught up into divine love."145 THE EFFECTS OF THE SACRAMENT OF MATRIMONY 1638 "From a valid marriage arises a bond between the spouses which by its very nature is perpetual and exclusive; furthermore, in a Christian marriage the spouses are strengthened and, as it were, consecrated for the duties and the dignity of their state by a special sacrament."142 catechism 2 Catechism 3 1645 "The unity of marriage, distinctly recognized by our Lord, is made clear in the equal personal dignity which must be accorded to man and wife in mutual and unreserved affection." youtube clip on marriage How and Why is marriage important for the World a... Marriage is important in the world today as it is the building blocks of society. It is in the family that children learn to become citizens; it is in the family that children learn about relationships; it is in the family that children learn about what is expected of them in society, how to act and how to be. Marriage is the beginning—the beginning of the family—and is a life-long commitment. It also provides an opportunity to grow in selflessness as you serve your wife and children. Marriage is more than a physical union; it is also a spiritual and emotional union. This union mirrors the one between God and His Church. How and Why is marriage important for the World and the Church today? Why is marriage a Vocation? Marriage is a vocation as vocation means strong feeling of suitability for a particular career or occupation. Marriage. The love shown between a Christian husband and wife becomes a sign of the radical love shown by Christ in his life, death and resurrection. Christian marriage is not just an expression of human affection, it is a sacrament of the love of Christ, a way for husband and wife to minister to each other and to their children. And in this way the Christian family becomes a place where others can see the beauty and power of Christ’s redeeming love, a love that is often obscured in our fallen world. This is why marriage is a Christian vocation. Marriage could be called a ‘natural’ vocation. God, who is love, has created us in his own image and likeness, and planted in our hearts a longing to love and be loved. And it is perfectly natural that as men and women we should want this love to be fulfilled in the love of marriage – a love that is without reservation, faithful, lifelong, and open to new life. When this marriage is between two Christians it is transformed into a sacrament, and the natural and God-given call to marriage becomes something far, far deeper – a joyful and costly call to follow Christ and to

Sacrament Presentation

Transcript: A raised hand Scriptual References Description of Sacrament An act of self mortification or devotion performed voluntarily to show sorrow for a sin or other wrong doing. Penance is also known as recociliation. Reconciliation has 3 elements: conversion, confession and celeration. We are called to forgive others using God's unconditional love. Those with true sorrow may confess their sins and be forgiven by God. Reflection on "Let It Be" The priest makes a Sign of the Cross over the penitent as he recites the final words of the Prayer of Absolution, “And I absolve you from you sins in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.” Hebrews 12:14 Impact on our daily lives "Let It Be" The Beatles Ephesians 4:32 Bibliography The symbol originates with Jesus’ words to Peter, “I will give you the keys to the kingdom of heaven” (Mt 16:19a), by which Jesus gave his authority to the Church in his continuing statement, “Whatever you bind on earth shall be bound in heaven,"(Mt 16:19b), by which he established the Sacrament of Reconciliation and gave the Church the authority to forgive sins. For if while we were enemies we were reconciled to God by the death of his Son, much more, now that we are reconciled, shall we be saved by his life. Lyrics During the Rite of Reconciliation, after the penitent tells his sins, the priest offers the Prayer of Absolution -the blessing that removes the person’s sins- and as he does so he extends his right hand over the penitent’s head. Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you. By Kayla & Mac The sacrament of Reconciliation impacts our daily lives as it empowers us to restore bonds with God an friends, helps redirect your life, heals your weaknesses and lifts burdens. This sacrament is needed in our daily lives as it helps us to reconnect with God on a higher level with intentions to better ones self in the future. For many people talking about their wrong doings is a huge stress relief as they are realeasing their burdens. Romans 5:10 Reconciliation/Penance Sacrament Presentation Let it be, let it be Ah let it be, yeah let it be Whisper words of wisdom, let it be And when the night is cloudy There is still a light that shines on me Shine on until tomorrow, let it be I wake up to the sound of music, Mother Mary comes to me Speaking words of wisdom, let it be Yeah let it be, let it be Let it be, yeah let it be Oh there will be an answer, let it be Let it be, let it be Let it be, yeah let it be Oh there will be an answer, let it be Let it be, let it be Ah let it be, yeah let it be Whisper words of wisdom, let it be Keys When I find myself in times of trouble Mother Mary comes to me Speaking words of wisdom, let it be And in my hour of darkness She is standing right in front of me Speaking words of wisdom, let it be Let it be, let it be Let it be, let it be Whisper words of wisdom, let it be And when the broken hearted people Living in the world agree There will be an answer, let it be For though they may be parted There is still a chance that they will see There will be an answer, let it be Let it be, let it be Let it be, let it be Yeah there will be an answer, let it be Let it be, let it be Let it be, let it be Whisper words of wisdom, let it be Cross Song: "Let it be" We have chosen this song specifically as we believe that it had succefully represented the act of Penance and appropriatley resembled the meaning of Reconciliation. Throughout the song we hear about leaving our problems behind and moving on in life. Word & Symbols Strive for peace with everyone, and for the holiness without which no one will see the Lord.


Transcript: Matthew 28: 19-20: "Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you." John 3: 1-7: Jesus speaking with Nicodemus Essential Rite: Proper matter: Water Correct words or form: Triple pouring of or immersion in water with the words, “I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.” Designated minister: bishop, priest, or deacon, or anyone in case of an emergency 1. Wipes away sin - original and personal 2.We become children of God and made a temple of the Holy Spirit Essential Rite 1. Christ’s promise to stay with the couple throughout the years of their marriage 2. The gift of his help to keep them true to their vows 3. The graces they need to live lovingly each day and to be signs of love to each other, their children, and all their friends and acquaintances. Confirmation Sacraments of Initiation John 20:21-23 James 5:16 - "Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The fervent prayer of a righteous person is very powerful." Biblical Basis: Essential Rite: Effects: Holy Orders and Matrimony Genesis 2:24 Matthew 19:1-12 Ephesians 5:21-33 1 Corinthians 7:10-11 Reconciliation & Anointing of the Sick Biblical Basis: Essential Rite: Effects: The priest or bishop: 1. lays his hands on the sick person 2. prays for the person in the faith of the Church 3. anoints the forehead and hands of the sick person with oil previously blessed by a bishop. Baptism Last Supper accounts: Mark 14:22-25; Matt 26:26-30; Luke 22:14-23 John 6: 48-58 EFFECTS 1. Receive a full outpouring of the Holy Spirit & increases gifts of Holy Spirit 2. Binds us more closely with Christ and the Church 3. Completes the sacramental graces of Baptism Biblical Basis: Essential Rite: Effects: A call by God to serve the Church in a very special way. Essential rite includes: the laying on of hands by the bishop accompanied by a special prayer of consecration. An indelible spiritual character is conferred on the ordained man Mark 3:13-19 1 Timothy 4:14 2 Timothy 1:6 Acts 13:2-3 Acts 6:2-6 Sacraments of Healing Biblical Basis: Essential Rite: Effects: Biblical Basis: Essential Rite: Effects: Eucharist Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist Biblical Basis: Essential Rite: Effects: ESSENTIAL RITE: Proper matter: Chrism Correct words or form: Laying on of hands and anointing with chrism on the forehead with the words: "(Name), be sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit." Designated minister: Bishop (or priest with special permission from the bishop Holy Orders 1. Reconcile us with God and the Church 2. brings peace of conscience & spiritual comfort 3. strengthens us to live Christian life 4. takes away some temporal punishment due to sin. 5. remits fully the eternal punishment that results from mortal sin Anointing of the Sick 1. Forgiveness of sin if the sick person has not been able to attain it in confession 2. Spiritual healing - includes comfort, peace and courage of Holy Spirit to overcome the difficulties of this particular illness 3. Physical healing when this will help the person in his condition before God 4. Unites the sick person with the suffering of Christ 5. Helps sick person in preparation for passing into eternal life Effects Sacrament of Matrimony Effects ESSENTIAL RITE The acts of the person who undergoes conversion: Contrition - genuine sorrow for one's sins and firm resolve to avoid sin Confession - acknowledgment of the sins one has committed Satisfaction - penance, effort to repair the harm our sins have caused God's action through the intervention of the Church Absolution from the priest - forgiveness of sin through Jesus' name All Catholics are required to go to confession at least once per year to confess serious sins Proper matter: unleavened bread and wine Correct words or form: Changing bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Christ by the words: "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 of the new and everlasting covenant. It will be shed for you and for all so that sins may be forgiven. Do this in memory of me.“ Designated minister: Bishop or priest Penance John 20: 22 - "Jesus breathed on them and said, 'Receive the Holy Spirit'" Acts 2 - story of Pentecost Acts 19:5-6 "When they heard this they were baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus. And when Paul laid his hands on them, the Holy Spirit came upon them..." 3. Gives us sanctifying grace and brings Holy Spirit & gifts that enable us to grow 4. We receive a sacramental character Biblical Basis: Essential Rite: Effects: The essential element of Matrimony is the mutual consent to marry. The words of consent must be freely given. Catholics must marry in the presence of a priest or a deacon, and in the presence of two witnesses. The spouses themselves

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