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Jesus asked his diciples to eat bread and wine to celebrate his life, and Christians still do it today. But the wine is usually substituted with Grape Juice. Bread represents Jesus's skin, and wine (grape juice) represents his blood.

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Q: What do Christians celebrate at holy communion?
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Why are Christians sad at communion?

Ah, Christians aren't sad at Holy Communion, they are reverent, or should be.


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Jesus asked his disciples to eat bread and drink wine in commemoration of the sacrifice of his life, according to scriptures.


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