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Yr10 Eucharist

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created October 26, 2016
EucharistGreek for “Good Grace”- Thanksgiving. Refers both to the sacrament of the Body and Blood of Christ and to the sacrifice of the New Covenant (the Mass) in which Jesus is present, offered and received.
LiturgyThe public worship of the Church, a communal prayer, requiring the gathering of the Christian community using words, actions and symbols.
Holy CommunionAnother term used to describe the Blessed Sacrament – the body and blood of Christ – which is distributed at the celebration of the Eucharist.
MassA celebration of the Eucharist. The high point is when the Sacrament of the Eucharist is blessed and received by the community.
Last SupperHistorical event occurring on the Passover. Commemorates not only Jesus’ death but his giving his life for us. The meal reaffirms that we must eat His flesh and drink His blood to have eternal life.
PassoverThis is the Jewish festival that celebrates the rescue of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt.
RitualA behaviour that involves repeated actions that have meaning. It can be either civil or religious.
SymbolRepresents something that we cannot see or touch. It has many layers of meaning and can mean different things for different people and communities.
Body and Blood of ChristThe risen Christ becomes present under the symbols of bread and wine in the Eucharist.
SacramentA sacred symbol of God’s life, which allows us to share more fully in God’s life.
CommunionCongregation. A gathering of family, friends and followers.
TransubstantiationThe process at the consecration whereby Catholics believe that the bread and wine become sacred and takes on the reality of the body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ.
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