Eucharist When you receive Eucharist, you truly receive Jesus and it nourishes our faith. It is aunbloody sacrifice of Jesus
In Eucharist, you truly receive Jesus and it nourishes our faith. It shows a memorial because it's a remembrance and acceptance of grace from Jesus. It is an unbloody sacrifice of Jesus who is the living offering to God. Jesus is the primary celebrant and the priest acts in the person of Christ.
1 of the Rites in the Sacrament of Eucharist are, "Let your Spirit come upon these gifts to make them Holy so that they may become for us the body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ."
Another one of these Rites are to say, "Lord I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof but only say the word and my soul shall be healed."
There are also key symbols like the Bread. It transforms into the Body of Jesus Christ and is the staple of food of physical life. It us also the staple food of spiritual life. An example from the Bible is the multiplication of loaves of bread.
There are two other symbols, the Wine and the Chalice. The Wine is transformed into the blood of Jesus Christ and water is turned into wine at the Wedding Feast at Cana. The chalice represents wine and Jesus used a chalice as the vessel for his blood at the Last Supper.
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