What are two reasons Jesus gave us the sacrament of the Eucharist?
It is recorded in the Bible that Jesus gave us the sacrament of the bread and the wine as a memorial, to remember His death it is a way to proclaim, make known His death until He comes again.
1Corinthians 11:25,26 In the same way, after the supper he took the cup and said, "This cup is God's new covenant, sealed with my blood. Whenever you drink it, do so in memory of me." This means that every time you eat this bread and drink from this cup you proclaim the Lord's death until he comes.
The sacrament of the Eucharist. Read More
these are the sacrament of: baptism, confirmation, penance, holy orders, matrimony, holy eucharist, and anointing of the sick. Read More
Jesus gave the Eucharist to the Church at the Last Supper, when He said, "Do this in commemoration of Me." Read More
The Eucharist is VERY important! Why? Because it is Jesus' body. Jesus is present in the Eucharist under the appearances of bread and wine. Jesus knew it would be hard for humans to eat actual flesh and drink actual blood, thus he gave us them under these appearance's. The Eucharist is the same sacrifice that Jesus did when He died on the cross. However, it is a non-bloody sacrifice that all present offer to God. Read More
You celebrate Jesus Last Supper the institution of the Eucharist and the example Jesus gave of service in the Washing of the Feet on what Holy day?
the season of lent Read More
It was established by Jesus at the last super, it was to remind us that he shed his blood and gave his body for us. Read More
It is a re enactment of the Last Supper where Jesus gave his disciples Bread and Wine in remembrance of Him Read More
Roman Catholics believe that he started the sacrament called Eucharist, and the Mass. Jesus gave us visible symbols to remind us of His presence with us (the bread and the wine) and of our need for Him. He also asked us to keep this feast in memory of Him until He comes again, thereby giving us a reminder of His promised return. Read More
He gave his life, which was sinless, for the sins of all mankind. Only one such person could become so sacred Read More
it is a memorial meal because when catholic are at mass they are remembering how Jesus gave up his life and saved us from sin and to bring Christianity into the world. Read More
Is sharing a sense of community more important to a communion service than it is to a meaningful celebration of the eucharist?
Holy Communion (a communion service), and the Eucharist, are different names for the same thing. Holy Communion / the Eucharist was the ceremony instituted by Jesus at the Last Supper, as recorded in Mark 14:22-24: Jesus took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to his disciples, saying, "Take it; this is my body." Then he took the cup, gave thanks and offered it to them, and they all drank from it. "This… Read More
The Last Supper is what is celebrated by Holy Communion. When the priest recites the blessing of the Eucharist, he is quoting passages from the Bible when Jesus gave up his body and blood. The wine and bread given to the disciples were symbols of this sacrifice. Read More
We (Catholics) believe that the communal bread becomes the actual body and blood of Christ and that there is the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. We reenact the last supper every Mass because Jesus told us to do it and we believe it is the same as the. There has been many miracles which indicate that there is the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist. We do it in rememberance that Jesus… Read More
The Eucharist was instituted by Christ on Holy Thursday: "On the night before he died he had supper with his friends and, taking bread, he praised you. He broke the bread, gave it to them and said: Take, eat; this is my body which is given for you; do this in remembrance of me. When supper was ended he took the cup of wine. Again he praised you, gave it to them and said: Drink… Read More
When you receive the Eucharist, you remember that is is the Body and Blood of Christ, and Christ gave himself up for all of us. Read More
Christ gave to us the Eucharist. It means his body and blood. Christ instituted the Eucharist through his followers the apostles and the disciples of Emmaus. Today, it is administered by Christ through the priest so a priest gives you the body of Christ in the Eucharist. Read More
We say that the Eucharist is the source and summit of your Catholic faith Why is it so important.How does it make the Church?
Eucharist is remniscent of the Last Supper, when Jesus broke the bread and said, "This is my body given up for you" he then presented his disciples with a chalice filled with wine, and said, "This is my blood given up for you." The consecration of the bread (known as the host) and wine represents the separation of Jesus's body from his bloodwhen he was crucified. It is a constant reminder of how Jesus gave… Read More
life At "The Last Supper" in the Bible, Jesus knew He would be crucified, so He gave the sacrament of bread and wine to the disciples. He said that bread was symbolic of His body, and wine was symbolic of His blood, so that by participating in this sacrament of eating the bread and drinking the wine, we would create a condition to claim Jesus as our "restored lineage". Since the Bible calls Jesus "the… Read More
At "The Last Supper" in the Bible, Jesus knew He would be crucified, so He gave the sacrament of bread and wine to the disciples. He said that bread was symbolic of His body, and wine was symbolic of His blood, so that by participating in this sacrament of eating the bread and drinking the wine, we would create a condition to claim Jesus as our "restored lineage". Since the Bible calls Jesus "the second… Read More
Catholic Answer Our Blessed Lord instituted the Most Holy Eucharist at the Last Supper on Holy Thursday, the night before He gave His life for us on Calvary. from Pocket Catholic Dictionary by John A. Hardon, S.J., Doubleday c 1980, 1985 Eucharist. The true Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, who is really and substantially present under the appearances of bread and wine, in order to offer himself in the sacrifice of the Mass and… Read More
Jesus knew his time on Earth was short, and the Holy Prophecy was at hand. Therefore, he gave his disciples the Holy Sacrament, symbolic of his body and his blood. It is a covenant for us to be "Christ-like". So when he says, "Do this in memory of me", he's telling them (and all of us) to be Christ-like. Read More
because god gave us that sacrament Read More
Mary gave birth to Jesus in a manger in Bethlehem. Read More
And when he had given thanks, he broke it, and said, "This is my body which is for you. Do this in remembrance of me." We receive the Holy Eucharist in remembrance of Christ also to that he broke and shed himself for the sake of us, to open the gates of Heaven. When we receive this bread we focus on Christ, while other times during the day we might forget about Him. The Eucharist… Read More
Mass is the memory of the last supper that Jesus had with his apostles. Jesus took bread and wine and told them it was his body and blood and to eat and drink of it. The priest says mass and takes bread and wine and the Lord transforms it into his body and blood (the Holy Eucharist). This is done according to God's word that he gave to his apostles to do it in his… Read More
God gave Jesus, his only begotten son, to die on the cross. Read More
Jesus gave a new commandment that people must love one another Read More
the person who gave his tomb for Jesus' burial is Joseph of Arimathea. Read More
God in heaven gave authority to Jesus. God is the creator and sustainer of the universe. He has all authority, and only from Him was Jesus given authority. Read More
The Eucharist serves as a place of restoration for Christians along the way. Many Christians see life as a pilgrimage - often a long, hard journey. Along the way we become tired and worn out and we are tempted to give up and turn back. But the faith that Christ has provided us with the Eucharist as a place where we can go to (metaphorically) bathe our aching feet and to be refreshed in body… Read More
He gave us the sacrament of Eucharist in the last supper. He also gave the sacrament of Penance on holy Thursday before the washing of feet. Answer: Here is the Scriptural answer: Mark 14:22-25 New King James Version (NKJV) Jesus Institutes the Lord's Supper 22 And as they were eating, Jesus took bread, blessed and broke it, and gave it to them and said, "Take, eat;[a] this is My body." 23 Then He took the… Read More
No this is not correct only one man gave Jesus gold on his birthday. Read More
Although this question is seeking a rather subjective answer, the ritual that is central to Catholic beliefs is the celebration of the Eucharist during Mass. The Eucharist (or Communion) commemorates the Last Supper in which Jesus took bread and wine to stand for His imminent sacrifice. The following is one version of words spoken during the blessing of the Eucharist at a Catholic Mass: On the night he was betrayed, he took bread and gave… Read More
It is completely unknown as to which king gave what gift to Jesus. But one thing is clear they all three gave a gift each according to the bible. Read More
In Christianity, the Eucharist is one of the two sacraments common to nearly all Christian denominations. Through the sacrament of the Eucharist, Christians believe that they receive Christ's body and blood. In the celebration of the Eucharist, Christ's exhortation from the gospels to perform the Eucharist is fulfilled. Luke 22:19-20: 19And he took bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying, "This is my body given for you; do this in… Read More
actually, the bible did not tell us the exact person who gave jesus a myrhh Read More
I think you ment gifts. The Wisemen gave Jesus gold,frankIncense, and myrrH. Read More
Roman Catholic Answer To "justify" is to demonstrate or prove right". As Transubstantiation is a divinely revealed dogma of the faith, we are unable to justify it, in the same way that I am unable to justify to you that Jesus Christ is alive and well, two thousand years after having died on the cross. However, I know that Jesus is alive as I know Jesus as I have a personal relationship with Him. In… Read More
Jesus gave his life for our sins. Read More
Jesus, because jesus gave us bread Read More
the devil tempted jesus in every way imaginable but Jesus never gave into the temptations Read More
Holy Thursday when Our Lord took the bread, blessed and broke it and gave it to his disciples saying, "Take and eat of this all of you, this is my body." He did the same with the wine and then told his apostles, " When you do these things, in memory of me you shall do them." The Eucharist was thus established. Read More
Jesus and his 12 Desiples this is where Jesus gave them is blood and body Read More