What is the altar where they place communion on Holy Thursday?
The Altar of Repose.
analter is a table where they place the bread and the wine in a holy communion
Roman Catholic Answer The Most Blessed Sacrament: after the Mass on Holy Thursday, which does not end with a blessing (as it is the start of the Triduum liturgy which continues on Good Friday), the priest gathers up all the consecrated Hosts, and instead of putting them in the Tabernacle carries them to the Altar of Repose. While carrying them, he covers them with a Humeral Veil. From the Altar of Repose they will retrieve… Read More
You do not approach the altar to receive Holy Communion, you approach the sanctuary and the priest brings Holy Communion down from the altar to you. After the Eucharistic prayer, there follows the Our Father, prayer for peace, the Lamb of God, and the Lord, I am not worthy. That is when you approach for Communion.
The girl walked up to the altar to receive her first Holy Communion.
Muslims do not have an altar. Only christians do. For christians it is where the holy communion is prepeared
On holy thursday, there is a church service in the night followed by communion.
Yes and no. The table of worship focus is called either an altar or a communion table. Some sanctuaries have both. "Altar" originally meant a place for sacrifice. While important, for Protestants the hope of the resurrection takes precedence, and Christ's ongoing presence is symbolized by Holy Communion, or the Eucharist.
The correct word for the Holy Communion is the Eucharist. It can also be referred to as the Sacrament of the Altar, the Lord's Supper, and the Blessed Sacrament.
"The Host" or "The Holy Eucharist"
The (Christian) Altar is where the Holy Communion takes place. It is a kind of high table usually located at the front of churches with a cross on it. The word Alter reminds Christians of the sacrifice and death of Jesus on the cross.
Altar Servers or laypeople which are the people who give out communion.
"Holy Thursday is the most complex and profound of all religious observances, saving only the Easter Vigil" (link added). Every Holy Thursday there is a special Chrism Mass in every cathedral in which the sacred oils used for Baptism and Confirmation in that coming year are blessed. At every Mass, however, a washing of feet takes place. Here, the priest washes the feet of twelve other priests or parishioners, preferable male, as this ritual symbolizes… Read More
The only day holy communion is not distributed is on Good Friday, the same day there is no mass. The only church on Good Friday is the adoration, which doesn't include communion and isn't counted as mass. It is a "continuation" of the mass on Holy Thursday, which isn't ended until the Easter Vigil on Holy Saturday. Correction: Communion is distributed on Good Friday using hosts consecrated at the Mass on Holy Thursday. It is… Read More
Sacrament of the Altar, Last Supper, Holy Communion, Lord's Supper, Mass, Holy Sacrament
The Good Friday liturgy contains Holy Communion, which is given from the reserved Hosts that were consecrated on Holy Thursday.
Holy Communion in the Methodist Church is open to anyone who professes a Christian faith. The laymembers go up to the altar and receive the bread from the clergy and the dip it in the cup. They can take Communion standing, sitting, or kneeling.
Holy Communion is normally given at Mass in Church. .
Yes, of course. It could be sung during the Preparation of the Gifts when the Bread and Wine are placed on the altar as the Priest prepares them for Holy Communion or it could be sung during the Distribution of Holy Communion to the Faithful or as a hymn during the Thanksgiving Period of Quiet Prayer after Holy Communion.
An alter is a place of worship. Some religions sacrifice on them; some religions consider them a holy place where they can seek their god/God; some religions use them to hold items considered holy. A communion table holds the drink, representing the blood of Christ & the bread, representing the body of Christ. These are done in remembrance of Jesus & His sacrifice on the cross for mankind's sins.
Roman Catholic Answer You have answered your own question, it is called, "stripped", as the Ordo says: "after Mass, the altar is stripped in private".
Roman Catholic Answer Normally, Holy Communion is distributed towards the end of Mass.
Communion also known as the Lord's Supper, Sacrament of the Altar, Holy Communion, or many others represents the last supper.
Foot washing is the special ceremony that usually takes place on the Holy Thursday.
God's altar is a holy place. That is one way to use altar in a paragraph.
The altar is used during the offertory, consecration and communion during the Mass. It is where the bread and wine become the body and blood of Christ during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
They may, a Catholic may receive Holy Communion once a day (twice under certain specific circumstances) every day of the year, Holy Communion is usually received at Mass if one is in a state of grace (has been to Confession recently and knows of no mortal sins on his soul.) The only day that there is no Mass is Good Friday, but there is still Holy Communion, received from reserved Hosts from Holy Thursday.
Certainly, they not only may, they are welcome. However, you should not approach the altar for Holy Communion. If you are in the Communion line, when you get up to the priest, cross your hands across your chest, this is the common gesture for people who are unable to receive Holy Communion for whatever reason, and a request for a blessing.
The same as the use of a Catholic altar.. it is the most important furniture peice in the church. It represents God's prescence with a cross or crucifix. Holy Communion is performed by the altar, as well as other religious ceremonies.
Roman Catholic Answer Yes, if you have made your first Holy Communion and want to be an altar boy, you speak to the priest and ask him. He will talk to you and arrange for you to be trained.
Classes preparing children for their First Holy Communion generally begin around ages 10 or 11. They last for a month or so. Children are taught that the sacrament is sacred and a gift to be cherished and not taken lightly. They typically receive their First Holy Communion after they have completed their classes on Maundy Thursday.
The Tabernacle is the box, usually behind the altar, where the Sacred Species is stored for Holy Communion outside of Mass, for the sick, or in any other emergency. See the article at the link below.
Eucharist, Holy Communion, Sacramental Union, the real and litteral presence of God in and with the elements of consecrated unlevened bread and wine (body and blood). The saints are those cleansed of sins through God's mercy at the altar where the Sacrament of Communion is served. Lutherans approach the altar as sinners and leave as saints; and this process continues weekly according to the liturgical calendar.
There is no Mass on Good Friday and the communion distributed that day was consecrated at the Holy Thursday Mass. In pre-Vatican II times it was called the Mass of the Presanctified. There is no Mass until the Easter Vigil Mass on Holy Saturday.
The altar is stripped bare and the consecrated Hosts removed from the tabernacle which is left empty. There is no Mass on Good Friday.
'Araceli' comes from Ye Olde English and Slavic, meaning 'a holy place, an altar, holy' and it's Latin and Spanish origins mean 'altar of heaven'.
Christians would eat Mediterranean stew on Good Friday and go to Church. Some Churches would hand out crosses and some would have a model of a cross with flowers around it! Catholic Answer Holy Week begins with Passion Sunday, also known as Palm Sunday, as it is the Sunday of Our Blessed Lord's entrance into Jerusalem when people spread branches on the road to welcome him. The Entrance is celebrated at each Mass on Palm… Read More
First Holy Communion usually takes place in the second grade at age 6 or 7.
A special minister of holy communion is a lay person who is given the opportunity to help the priest or presider in a Mass to distribute Holy Communion. A special minister of holy communion may also give holy communion to the sick.
You make your communion around 1st or 2nd class. Around 7-9 years old. It's the first time you receive Holy Communion(the body of Christ) the round altar bread. you prepare for this by doing your first confession as it's said you do not receive Holy Communion until you repent your sins. It's just a mass ceramony that lasts about an hour,say prayers etc then receive the host. Hope this answers your question
They are a place of worship and in the Roman Catholic Church, it is normally the place for doing the Sacrifice (Holy Communion).
There are different ways you can receive holy communion. When you walk up to the Priest or the person giving out communion, you place or hands out one over the other. The person giving out communion will say the body of christ, you will then say amen. As you walk back to your seat you can then choose to cross or to not. Another way to receive holy communion is to kneel on the floor… Read More
Holy Mass is never celebrated on Good Friday, the day of Our Blessed Lord's death on the cross, instead, the Cross is venerated, intercessions are offered, and Holy Communion is given that was consecrated the day before on Holy Thursday.
Catholic Answer Outside of Mass, only an altar cloth (should be linen) may be on the altar. When Mass begins, they may put the book of the Gospels on it. At the Offertory, they spread a corporal in the center, on which they may put the gifts (the Gospels have come off when the Gospel is read). After Holy Communion, everything must be removed, and only the altar cloth remains. If the candles are… Read More
Catholic Answer After the consecration (the prayer the priest says at the altar) there is no more bread and wine. All of it is entirely changed (a process known as transubstantiation) into the Body and Blood of Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ. You may only receive Our Blessed Lord in Holy Communion after you are old enough to recognize the difference between bread and wine and Our Blessed Lord's Body and Blood. When you… Read More
Roman Catholic Answer An altar, a linen altar cloth, a corporal, a gold paten, a ciborium, wheat hosts, water, grape wine, gold chalice, a Sacramentary or Missal, candles, a Crucifix, a lavabo, vestments, a priest or bishop, the faithful.
Sacramental wine, Communion wine or altar wine is wine obtained from grapes and intended for use in celebration of the Eucharist (referred to also as the Lord's Supper or Holy Communion). The Eucharist is generally associated in some way with the Paschal Seder, and the Berakah, during which Kosher wine is drunk.
Catholic Answer Catholics do not "take" Holy Communion, they "receive" it. And Church, usually at Mass, is the place and time to receive Our Blessed Lord in the Holy Eucharist. The only time to receive Holy Communion at home is if you are sick, and a priest, deacon, or duly appointed Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist brings Him to you. Any other way or receiving Our Lord, unless specifically approved by your Bishop is not… Read More
Holy Communion :-)
The Catholic Church is the 'communion of holy people.'
Because it contains the Holy Bible, the Holy Relics and the Sacred Communion Cup where the blessed bread and wine are transformed into the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ during the Divine Liturgy. It also contains a miniature gold version of the Ark of the Covenant. The altar is the most sacred part of an Orthodox Church, in the same way that the 'Holy of Holies' was in the Temple in Jerusalem, before it… Read More