Written on 30 May 2016, 09.24 by Gene C. Alberto

What is the Holy Eucharist?

The Holy Eucharist is a sacrament and a sacrifice. In the Holy Eucharist, under the appearance of bread and wine, the Lord Christ is contained, offered and received. Like all sacraments it is a SIGN OF CHRIST. But unlike the other sacraments, the Eucharist is not only an ACTION OF CHRIST, but also really CONTAINS CHRIST PERSONALLY. The Eucharist is truly the Body and Blood of Christ.


How was our Lord able to change bread and wine into His Body and Blood?

Our Lord was able to change bread and wine into His Body and Blood by His almighty power. This change of bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Christ continues to be made in the Church by Jesus Christ, through the ministry of His priests.


When did Christ give His priests power to change bread and wine into his Body and Blood?

Christ gave His priests the power to change bread and wine into His Body and Blood when He made the apostles priests at the Last Supper by saying to them: “Do this in memory of Me.”


Why does Christ give us His own Body and Blood in the Holy Eucharist?

Christ gives us His own Body and Blood in the Eucharist: First, to be offered as a sacrifice

commemorating and renewing for all time the sacrifice of the Cross.

Second, to be received by the faithful in Holy Communion; Third, to remain ever on our altars as proof of His love for us, and to be worshiped by us.



Mt 26:17-24, Mk 14:12-28, Lk 22:7-30, Jn 6:51-56, 1 Cor 10:16,11:23-26 Catechism of the Catholic Church 611, 790,



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