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Title: MEETING JESUS IN THE SACRAMENTS


1
MEETING JESUS IN THE SACRAMENTS
  • CHAPTER 5
  • THE SACRAMENT OF THE EUCHARIST

2
Source and Summit
  • The Eucharist is the source and summit of the
    Christian life.
  • Eucharist to give thanks
  • The Sacrament of the Eucharist completes
    Christian Initiation

3
Source and Summit
4
Other Names for the Sacrament of the Eucharist
  • Lords Supper
  • Breaking of the Bread
  • Eucharistic Assembly
  • Memorial
  • Holy Sacrifice
  • Holy and Divine Liturgy
  • Holy Communion
  • Mass

5
My flesh is true food, and my blood is true
drink.
6
Understanding the Sacrament of the Eucharist
  • Bread and wine are at the heart of the Eucharist
  • The manna in the desert commemorated the
    Israelites liberation from Egypt.
  • Jesus conversion of water to wine at the Cana
    wedding announced his mission.

7
The Institution of the Eucharist
  • This is my body, which will be given for you do
    this in memory of me . . . This cup is the new
    covenant in my blood, which will be shed for you.
  • Jesus anticipated his own Passion and Death and
    interpreted them in terms of the Jewish Passover
    and its sacrifice.
  • All of the Old Testament sacrifices were
    fulfilled and perfected in the sacrifice of Jesus
    on the Cross.

8
The Eucharist Through the Age of the Church
9
The Eucharist Through the Age of the Church
10
Understanding the Eucharist as a Sacrifice
  • Each Mass is the presence in our midst of the one
    eternal sacrifice that Jesus made on the cross
    more than two thousand years ago.

11
Christs Presence in the Eucharist
  • In the Body and Blood of Christ, the whole
    Christ is truly, really and substantially
    contained.
  • TRANSUBSTANTIATION
  • Change of substance

12
Celebrating the Sacrament of the Eucharist
  • Introductory Rites
  • Liturgy of the Word
  • First Reading from Old Testament, Acts, or
    Revelation
  • Responsorial Psalm
  • Second Reading from New Testament letter
  • Gospel reading
  • Liturgy of the Eucharist
  • Presentation of the Offering
  • Eucharistic Prayer
  • Communion Rite
  • Dismissal Rite

13
Eucharistic Prayer
  • Prefaceprayer of thanksgiving to the Father
  • SanctusHoly, Holy, Holy
  • Epiclesiscalling down of the Holy Spirit
  • Words of Institutionrepeats the words of Christ
    at the Last Supper
  • Anamnesismemorial
  • Intercessionsfor all gathered pope, bishop,
    clergy Catholics in need faithful departed
  • Doxologyreminder of our initiation into the life
    of the Trinity
  • Great Amenso be it

14
The Graces of Holy Communion
  • Were not our hearts burning (within us) while he
    spoke to us?

15
Unity with Christ
  • Christ becomes a part of us
  • We become a part of him.

16
Separation from Sin
  • The more we share the life of Christ, the more
    difficult it is to break away from him by mortal
    sin.

17
Becoming Church
  • Every Eucharist helps us form and build the
    Church
  • We can participate in the local parish.
  • We can contribute in mission activity.
  • We can animate our daily activity with
    Christian spirit.
  • We can engage in evangelization.
  • We can build community with the parish.
  • We can help strengthen the unity of all
    Christians through prayer.

18
To Be Eucharist to Others
  • The Eucharist commits us to the poor. To receive
    in truth the Body and Blood of Christ given up
    for us, we must recognize Christ in the poorest,
    his brethren.

19
Requirements for Formal Reception
  • To prepare for reception, we must examine our
    conscience and be in a state of grace.
  • We must fast for one hour prior to receiving.

20
We Are Sent
  • Missa to send forth
  • The priest sends us or commissions us to go out
    to the world in the name of Jesus and spread the
    Gospel into our daily lives.

21
The Sunday Obligation
  • A precept of the Church on Sunday and other
    holy days of obligation the faithful are bound to
    participate in the Mass.
  • Participation in the communal celebration of the
    Sunday Eucharist is a testimony of belonging and
    of being faithful to Christ and to his Church.

22
St. Juan Diego
  • A man with an intense love for the Eucharist
  • The Blessed Mother appeared to him
  • First indigenous (native) American to become a
    saint
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