You have that backward, the first Eucharist occurred during the celebration of the Last Supper, and the second half of the Mass, called the Liturgy of the Eucharist (used to be called the Mass of the Faithful) is based on the Last Supper, and the Passover meal which is was. The Eucharist is based on the third cup of wine at the Passover meal.
The first celebration is Jesus during his last supper.
There is no difference: the Last Supper was the first celebration of the Holy Eucharist. The Gospels are quite explicit in Christ's intention to institute and perform this sacrament that night. The Last Supper, however, was the last valid celebration of the Old Covenant Pasch, after which Christ instituted the new.
Roman Catholic AnswerThe Last Supper does NOT reoccur in the celebration of the Eucharist. The Eucharist is the re-presentation of the Sacrifice of Our Blessed Savior on Calvary, not done again. The Last Supper was this same re-presentation but done before the event (the Crucifixion), making the graces of it present to the apostles in the upper room, just as the Eucharist now makes those same graces present now.
The Eucharist was instituted by Christ at the Last Supper
The Last Supper.
ON LAST SUPPER,IDIOT!
Jesus did with his apostles at the last supper.
the Eucharist began at the Last Supper before Jesus was about to die
No. The Lord's Supper commemorates the Last Supper, at which Christ ate with His disciples, and proclaimed the bread and the wine as His body and blood. The difference is that the Last Supper was a onetime event, while the Lord's Supper is the Christian church's regular celebration of Christ's sacrifice for our forgiveness. It is also known as Holy Communion or, in some churches, the Eucharist.
it celebrates the last supper with jesus