On the feasts of the Lord, when the faithful receive the Body of the Son, they proclaim to one another the Good News that the first fruits of life have been given, as when the angel said to Mary Magdalene, "Christ is risen!" Through it Christ unites them to all the faithful in one body - the Church. V. THE SACRAMENTAL SACRIFICE THANKSGIVING, MEMORIAL, PRESENCE
4,2,7:PL 16,437D. Let only that Eucharist be regarded as legitimate, which is celebrated under [the presidency of] the bishop or him to whom he has entrusted it. . The lives of the faithful, their praise, sufferings, prayer, and work, are united with those of Christ and with his total offering, and so acquire a new value. According to the Catholic Church, the Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian life (Catechism of the Catholic Church 1324). I shall not tell your enemies the secret, nor kiss you with Judas' kiss. "208
200 SC 7. 149 Cf. We shall become like you and praise you for ever through Christ our Lord. For this reason, in a commentary on Luke 22:19 ('This is my body which is given for you. The three synoptic Gospels and St. Paul have handed on to us the account of the institution of the Eucharist; St. John, for his part, reports the words of Jesus in the synagogue of Capernaum that prepare for the institution of the Eucharist: Christ calls himself the bread of life, come down from heaven. this sacrifice is truly propitiatory. The Greek words eucharistein141 and eulogein142 recall the Jewish blessings that proclaim - especially during a meal - God's works: creation, redemption, and sanctification. But because his priesthood was not to end with his death, at the Last Supper "on the night when he was betrayed," [he wanted] to leave to his beloved spouse the Church a visible sacrifice (as the nature of man demands) by which the bloody sacrifice which he was to accomplish once for all on the cross would be re-presented, its memory perpetuated until the end of the world, and its salutary power be applied to the forgiveness of the sins we daily commit.189
Mt 25:40. 1381 "That in this sacrament are the true Body of Christ and his true Blood is something that 'cannot be apprehended by the senses,' says St. Thomas, 'but only by faith, which relies on divine authority.' . Christ is present whole and entire in each of the species and whole and entire in each of their parts, in such a way that the breaking of the bread does not divide Christ.207
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"244 "May your grace come and this world pass away! 9,11,27:PL 32,775. To receive in truth the Body and Blood of Christ given up for us, we must recognize Christ in the poorest, his brethren: 1398 The Eucharist and the unity of Christians. However, his presence is veiled. …, There were actually two apparitions of Our Lady of Guadalupe more than two centuries apart. Instead, it is the substance of the bread and wine that has changed, and so Catholics teach that during consecration the bread and wine have been transubstantiated into the body and blood of Christ.However, the sixteenth-century Protestant Reformers rejected transubstantiation, believing that it was unbiblical and nonsensical. 1375 It is by the conversion of the bread and wine into Christ's body and blood that Christ becomes present in this sacrament. - thanksgiving and praise to the Father;
201 St. Thomas Aquinas, STh III,73,3c. 1341 The command of Jesus to repeat his actions and words "until he comes" does not only ask us to remember Jesus and what he did. "The Catholic Church has always offered and still offers to the sacrament of the Eucharist the cult of adoration, not only during Mass, but also outside of it, reserving the consecrated hosts with the utmost care, exposing them to the solemn veneration of the faithful, and carrying them in procession. In the catacombs the Church is often represented as a woman in prayer, arms outstretched in the praying position.
Rom 12:5. 28,16-19: CCL 19A,813-814.
For in the blessed Eucharist is contained the whole spiritual good of the Church, namely Christ himself, our Pasch. 203 Paul VI, MF 39. Walking with them he explained the Scriptures to them; sitting with them at table "he took bread, blessed and broke it, and gave it to them. It is directed at the liturgical celebration, by the apostles and their successors, of the memorial of Christ, of his life, of his death, of his Resurrection, and of his intercession in the presence of the Father.167
When the prayers are concluded we exchange the kiss. Then someone brings bread and a cup of water and wine mixed together to him who presides over the brethren. 175 Cf. "For what is the altar of Christ if not the image of the Body of Christ? 1,67:PG 6,429. 236 St. John Chrysostom, Hom. The Eastern churches that are not in full communion with the Catholic Church celebrate the Eucharist with great love. Having received the gift of love, let us die to sin and live for God.232, 1327 In brief, the Eucharist is the sum and summary of our faith: "Our way of thinking is attuned to the Eucharist, and the Eucharist in turn confirms our way of thinking."140. . The whole community thus joins in the unending praise that the Church in heaven, the angels and all the saints, sing to the thrice-holy God.
184 Cf. For any one who eats and drinks without discerning the body eats and drinks judgment upon himself. SC 47. "183
In his Eucharistic presence he remains mysteriously in our midst as the one who loved us and gave himself up for us,210 and he remains under signs that express and communicate this love: 1381 "That in this sacrament are the true Body of Christ and his true Blood is something that 'cannot be apprehended by the senses,' says St. Thomas, 'but only by faith, which relies on divine authority.' Through Christ the Church can offer the sacrifice of praise in thanksgiving for all that God has made good, beautiful, and just in creation and in humanity. 1335 The miracles of the multiplication of the loaves, when the Lord says the blessing, breaks and distributes the loaves through his disciples to feed the multitude, prefigure the superabundance of this unique bread of his Eucharist.158 The sign of water turned into wine at Cana already announces the Hour of Jesus' glorification. Like baptism or confession, the Eucharist is a sacrament—an outward expression of an inward reception of grace. Now too are life and resurrection conferred on whoever receives Christ.228
148 Cf. For example, the doctrines of the Trinity and the Incarnation of Christ were not defined until centuries after the time of the apostles because they were not seriously challenged until then.
The Breaking of Bread, because Jesus used this rite, part of a Jewish meal when as master of the table he blessed and distributed the bread,144 above all at the Last Supper.145 It is by this action that his disciples will recognize him after his Resurrection,146 and it is this expression that the first Christians will use to designate their Eucharistic assemblies;147 by doing so they signified that all who eat the one broken bread, Christ, enter into communion with him and form but one body in him.148
Luther said, “[I]t is an absurd and unheard-of juggling with words, to understand ‘bread’ to mean ‘the form, or accidents of bread,’ and ‘wine’ to mean ‘the form, or accidents of wine.’ Why do they not also understand all other things to mean their forms, or accidents?” The answer to Luther’s question is that Jesus referred to bread as his body and the wine as his blood.
If, as often as his blood is poured out, it is poured for the forgiveness of sins, I should always receive it, so that it may always forgive my sins. 204 St. John Chrysostom, prod. 173 Cf. St. Justin wrote to the pagan emperor Antoninus Pius (138-161) around the year 155, explaining what Christians did: The memoirs of the apostles and the writings of the prophets are read, as much as time permits. "177 The presentation of the offerings at the altar takes up the gesture of Melchizedek and commits the Creator's gifts into the hands of Christ who, in his sacrifice, brings to perfection all human attempts to offer sacrifices. It displays two great parts that form a fundamental unity:
Each name evokes certain aspects of it. The Church sees in the gesture of the king-priest Melchizedek, who "brought out bread and wine," a prefiguring of her own offering.155. '"212
1 Thess 2:13. As faith in the real presence of Christ in his Eucharist deepened, the Church became conscious of the meaning of silent adoration of the Lord present under the Eucharistic species.
When he has concluded the prayers and thanksgivings, all present give voice to an acclamation by saying: 'Amen.' 183 1 Cor 11:24-25. They devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. Now too are life and resurrection conferred on whoever receives Christ. St. Justin wrote to the pagan emperor Antoninus Pius (138-161) around the year 155, explaining what Christians did:
172 SC 56. The fruits of Holy Communion
The lives of the faithful, their praise, sufferings, prayer, and work, are united with those of Christ and with his total offering, and so acquire a new value. The terms holy sacrifice of the Mass, "sacrifice of praise," spiritual sacrifice, pure and holy sacrifice are also used,150 since it completes and surpasses all the sacrifices of the Old Covenant. 1345 As early as the second century we have the witness of St. Justin Martyr for the basic lines of the order of the Eucharistic celebration. Jesus' passing over to his father by his death and Resurrection, the new Passover, is anticipated in the Supper and celebrated in the Eucharist, which fulfills the Jewish Passover and anticipates the final Passover of the Church in the glory of the kingdom. 1377 The Eucharistic presence of Christ begins at the moment of the consecration and endures as long as the Eucharistic species subsist.
1383 The altar, around which the Church is gathered in the celebration of the Eucharist, represents the two aspects of the same mystery: the altar of the sacrifice and the table of the Lord. It has a skin of a particular color, a certain weight, shape, taste, and so on. In the Eucharistic sacrifice the whole of creation loved by God is presented to the Father through the death and the Resurrection of Christ. Paul VI, MF 18. . . 1356 If from the beginning Christians have celebrated the Eucharist and in a form whose substance has not changed despite the great diversity of times and liturgies, it is because we know ourselves to be bound by the command the Lord gave on the eve of his Passion: "Do this in remembrance of me. 1364 In the New Testament, the memorial takes on new meaning. '"135, I. In the liturgy of the Mass we express our faith in the real presence of Christ under the species of bread and wine by, among other ways, genuflecting or bowing deeply as a sign of adoration of the Lord. So Jesus sent Peter and John, saying, "Go and prepare the passover meal for us, that we may eat it. The Catholic doctrine of the Real Presence is the belief that Jesus Christ is literally, not symbolically, present in the Holy Eucharist—body, blood, soul and divinity. . …. 1337 The Lord, having loved those who were his own, loved them to the end. Why do Catholics believe the Eucharist is the physical body and blood of Christ when it looks exactly like bread and wine?In order to understand why Catholics believe the Eucharist becomes the actual body and blood of Christ after it is consecrated at Mass, we must understand two philosophical ideas: substance and accident. 156 Cf. 4-10 III. . 199 Cf. The priest, in the role of Christ, pronounces these words, but their power and grace are God's. When the Church celebrates the Eucharist, she commemorates Christ's Passover, and it is made present the sacrifice Christ offered once for all on the cross remains ever present.185 "As often as the sacrifice of the Cross by which 'Christ our Pasch has been sacrificed' is celebrated on the altar, the work of our redemption is carried out. Lk 24:13-35. Discover the great impact and blessing that faith has in the lives of … . "164
"186, 1365 Because it is the memorial of Christ's Passover, the Eucharist is also a sacrifice. 207 Cf. The whole community thus joins in the unending praise that the Church in heaven, the angels and all the saints, sing to the thrice-holy God. Then, sometimes in procession, the bread and wine are brought to the altar; they will be offered by the priest in the name of Christ in the Eucharistic sacrifice in which they will become his body and blood. "To visit the Blessed Sacrament is . 1332 Holy Mass (Missa), because the liturgy in which the mystery of salvation is accomplished concludes with the sending forth (missio) of the faithful, so that they may fulfill God's will in their daily lives. THE SACRAMENT OF THE EUCHARIST. In communion with and commemorating the Blessed Virgin Mary and all the saints, the Church offers the Eucharistic sacrifice. The Eucharistic assembly (synaxis), because the Eucharist is celebrated amid the assembly of the faithful, the visible expression of the Church.149
202 Council of Trent (1551): DS 1651. . The Holy Sacrifice, because it makes present the one sacrifice of Christ the Savior and includes the Church's offering. '"212, Seeing, touching, tasting are in thee deceived; How says trusty hearing? The movement of the celebration
Having received the gift of love, let us die to sin and live for God. 1362 The Eucharist is the memorial of Christ's Passover, the making present and the sacramental offering of his unique sacrifice, in the liturgy of the Church which is his Body.
You dishonor this table when you do not judge worthy of sharing your food someone judged worthy to take part in this meal. "215 The liturgy expresses this unity of sacrifice and communion in many prayers. 136 LG 11. The liturgy of the Word and liturgy of the Eucharist together form "one single act of worship";172 the Eucharistic table set for us is the table both of the Word of God and of the Body of the Lord.173, 1347 Is this not the same movement as the Paschal meal of the risen Jesus with his disciples? 193 Council of Trent (1562): DS 1743. 154 Cf. And it is the same Christ, really present under the species of bread and wine, who is the offering of the Eucharistic sacrifice. . It is the culmination both of God's action sanctifying the world in Christ and of the worship men offer to Christ and through him to the Father in the Holy Spirit. 181 Jn 6:51. When he has concluded the prayers and thanksgivings, all present give voice to an acclamation by saying: 'Amen. 916. But because his priesthood was not to end with his death, at the Last Supper "on the night when he was betrayed," [he wanted] to leave to his beloved spouse the Church a visible sacrifice (as the nature of man demands) by which the bloody sacrifice which he was to accomplish once for all on the cross would be re-presented, its memory perpetuated until the end of the world, and its salutary power be applied to the forgiveness of the sins we daily commit. And when the hour came, he sat at table, and the apostles with him. "226 Life in Christ has its foundation in the Eucharistic banquet: "As the living Father sent me, and I live because of the Father, so he who eats me will live because of me."227. I simply ask you to remember me at the Lord's altar wherever you are.194
And just as the lamb of the old Passover was consumed, Christ, the new Passover lamb, must also be consumed. . According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, “The Eucharist is “the source and summit of the Christian life” (CCC 1324). CATECHISM OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH Table of Contents PROLOGUE I. St. Paul urges us to examine our conscience: "Whoever, therefore, eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Lord in an unworthy manner will be guilty of profaning the body and blood of the Lord. Christ is present whole and entire in each of the species and whole and entire in each of their parts, in such a way that the breaking of the bread does not divide Christ.207, 1378 Worship of the Eucharist. 1388 It is in keeping with the very meaning of the Eucharist that the faithful, if they have the required dispositions,221 receive communion when they participate in the Mass.222 As the Second Vatican Council says: "That more perfect form of participation in the Mass whereby the faithful, after the priest's communion, receive the Lord's Body from the same sacrifice, is warmly recommended."223. Lk 22:19; 1 Cor 11:24. . 1364 In the New Testament, the memorial takes on new meaning. ":161 the Lord's question echoes through the ages, as a loving invitation to discover that only he has "the words of eternal life"162 and that to receive in faith the gift of his Eucharist is to receive the Lord himself.
Put this body anywhere! They present the Church’s teachings contained in this unit. 1363 In the sense of Sacred Scripture the memorial is not merely the recollection of past events but the proclamation of the mighty works wrought by God for men.184 In the liturgical celebration of these events, they become in a certain way present and real. Eucharist means first of all "thanksgiving.". …, God did not reveal his plan of the ages all at once. This is how Israel understands its liberation from Egypt: every time Passover is celebrated, the Exodus events are made present to the memory of believers so that they may conform their lives to them. Of the Church of Jerusalem it is written:
If we proclaim the Lord's death, we proclaim the forgiveness of sins. and prepared the passover. But "the sign of communion is more complete when given under both kinds, since in that form the sign of the Eucharistic meal appears more clearly. Lastly, the sacrament of marriage gives spouses the grace to raise families that partake of the Eucharist and the sacrament of holy orders gives us the priests who offer up the Eucharist at mass.The Catechism goes on to say, “For in the blessed Eucharist is contained the whole spiritual good of the Church, namely Christ himself, our Pasch” (CCC 1324). Could not Christ's word, which can make from nothing what did not exist, change existing things into what they were not before?
197 Rom 8:34; cf. Order Hard Copy and eBook Versions Frequently Asked Questions about the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Anyone aware of having sinned mortally must not receive communion without having received absolution in the sacrament of penance. "225 This is the usual form of receiving communion in the Eastern rites. Acts 2:42, 46; 20:7,11. [Christ], our Lord and God, was once and for all to offer himself to God the Father by his death on the altar of the cross, to accomplish there an everlasting redemption. In communion with and commemorating the Blessed Virgin Mary and all the saints, the Church offers the Eucharistic sacrifice. . This tightly held belief extends beyond the walls of the Catholic Church. ").219 And in the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom the faithful pray in the same spirit: 1387 To prepare for worthy reception of this sacrament, the faithful should observe the fast required in their Church.220 Bodily demeanor (gestures, clothing) ought to convey the respect, solemnity, and joy of this moment when Christ becomes our guest. CIC, can.
1403 At the Last Supper the Lord himself directed his disciples' attention toward the fulfillment of the Passover in the kingdom of God: "I tell you I shall not drink again of this fruit of the vine until that day when I drink it new with you in my Father's kingdom. But "he is present . Eucharist, because it is an action of thanksgiving to God. This being the case, the Catholic Church teaches that the Eucharist is worthy of the same respect and adoration due God. 230 St. Ambrose, De Sacr. .
. Let us not refuse the time to go to meet him in adoration, in contemplation full of faith, and open to making amends for the serious offenses and crimes of the world. …, Some people think of Jesus as a remarkable man but basically in the same category as Buddha, Moses, 960 The Church is a "communion of saints": this expression refers first to the "holy things" (sancta), above all the Eucharist, by which "the unity of believers, who form one body in Christ, is both represented and brought about" (LG 3). . 1372 St. Augustine admirably summed up this doctrine that moves us to an ever more complete participation in our Redeemer's sacrifice which we celebrate in the Eucharist: The presence of Christ by the power of his word and the Holy Spirit, 1373 "Christ Jesus, who died, yes, who was raised from the dead, who is at the right hand of God, who indeed intercedes for us," is present in many ways to his Church:197 in his word, in his Church's prayer, "where two or three are gathered in my name,"199 in the poor, the sick, and the imprisoned,199 in the sacraments of which he is the author, in the sacrifice of the Mass, and in the person of the minister. 1419 Having passed from this world to the Father, Christ gives us in the Eucharist the pledge of glory with him. 159 Cf. The Holy and Divine Liturgy, because the Church's whole liturgy finds its center and most intense expression in the celebration of this sacrament; in the same sense we also call its celebration the Sacred Mysteries. 1353 In the epiclesis, the Church asks the Father to send his Holy Spirit (or the power of his blessing180) on the bread and wine, so that by his power they may become the body and blood of Jesus Christ and so that those who take part in the Eucharist may be one body and one spirit (some liturgical traditions put the epiclesis after the anamnesis). 1332 Holy Mass (Missa), because the liturgy in which the mystery of salvation is accomplished concludes with the sending forth (missio) of the faithful, so that they may fulfill God's will in their daily lives. . They went . . he who eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life and . Question 292 in the Compendium of the Catechism describes these fruits… Holy Communion increases our union with Christ and with his Church. The Greek words eucharistein141 and eulogein142 recall the Jewish blessings that proclaim - especially during a meal - God's works: creation, redemption, and sanctification. 1393 Holy Communion separates us from sin. In the Eucharist the Church is as it were at the foot of the cross with Mary, united with the offering and intercession of Christ. CIC, can.
237 St. Augustine, In Jo. 227 Jn 6:57. that shall be believed; What God's Son has told me, take for truth I do; Truth himself speaks truly or there's nothing true.213
233 Cf. The principal fruit of receiving the Eucharist in Holy Communion is an intimate union with Christ Jesus. 243 Mt 26:29; cf. 1,66,1-2:PG 6,428.
1396 The unity of the Mystical Body: the Eucharist makes the Church.
1350 The presentation of the offerings (the Offertory).
Council of Trent: DS 1641. . 222 Cf. Indeed, the Lord said: "He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood abides in me, and I in him. Mt 26:26; Mk 14:22. Godhead here in hiding, whom I do adore Masked by these bare shadows, shape and nothing more, See, Lord, at thy service low lies here a heart Lost, all lost in wonder at the God thou art. 1408 The Eucharistic celebration always includes: the proclamation of the Word of God; thanksgiving to God the Father for all his benefits, above all the gift of his Son; the consecration of bread and wine; and participation in the liturgical banquet by receiving the Lord's body and blood. 190 Council of Trent (1562) Doctrina de ss. "Do this in memory of me"
Since he has the ministry of Peter in the Church, the Pope is associated with every celebration of the Eucharist, wherein he is named as the sign and servant of the unity of the universal Church. Ships from and sold by Top Shelf Books and Media. But like the good thief I cry, "Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.". "Will you also go away? 1 Cor 11:26. It is called “mass” because, “the liturgy in which the mystery of salvation is accomplished concludes with the sending forth (missio) of the faithful, so that they may fulfill God’s will in their daily lives” (CCC 1332). . "239 It is for this reason that, for the Catholic Church, Eucharistic intercommunion with these communities is not possible. For you hear the words, "the Body of Christ" and respond "Amen." Day by day, attending the temple together and breaking bread in their homes, they partook of food with glad and generous hearts.168
248 2 Pet 3:13.
For this reason the Eucharist cannot unite us to Christ without at the same time cleansing us from past sins and preserving us from future sins:
The Mass of all ages
":161 the Lord's question echoes through the ages, as a loving invitation to discover that only he has "the words of eternal life"162 and that to receive in faith the gift of his Eucharist is to receive the Lord himself. Advent Apologetics: Did the First Christians Expect Jesus to Return in Their Lifetimes? It is the very action of Christ at the Last Supper - "taking the bread and a cup." Eucharist means first of all "thanksgiving." 198 Mt 18:20. The Church Fathers strongly affirmed the faith of the Church in the efficacy of the Word of Christ and of the action of the Holy Spirit to bring about this conversion. Because this bread and wine have been made Eucharist ("eucharisted," according to an ancient expression), "we call this food. However these ecclesial communities, "when they commemorate the Lord's death and resurrection in the Holy Supper . Before the greatness of this mystery St. Augustine exclaims, "O sacrament of devotion! The anointing of the sick physically and spiritually heals us so we can receive the Eucharist anew, and sometimes it even provides us the last Eucharist we will receive before we depart this life (what is called viaticum, which literally means “with you, on the way”). . For as often as we eat this bread and drink the cup, we proclaim the death of the Lord. LG 48. 1350 The presentation of the offerings (the Offertory). 247 EP III 116: prayer for the dead. We speak of the Most Blessed Sacrament because it is the Sacrament of sacraments.
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