The Lord Jesus, knowing that the time had come for his departure from this world, instituted the Holy Eucharist at the Passover Supper. It was to serve as a constant reminder of his sacrifice and promises. Just as the Jewish Passover served as a reminder of God's promise to the Jews, so to was the Eucharist to serve as a New Passover with Christ's blood acting for us as did the lambs blood for the Israelites in Egypt -an atonement and a new and everlasting Covenant. Catechism of the Catholic Church 1337-1344
The dictionary explains a Sacrament as "A formal religious ceremony conferring a specific grace on those who receive it; the two Protestant ceremonies are baptism and the Lord's Supper; in the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Church there are seven traditional rites accepted as instituted by Jesus: baptism and confirmation and Holy Eucharist and penance and holy orders and matrimony and extreme unction.In biblical times there were many Saraments. The Jews has twisted the Old Law to suit themselves, and brought about many such ordinances that were not in the Old Law as given to Moses.Today there is only one Sacrament of worth and that is the Sacrament of the breaking of bread and the parting of wine or water in rememberance of our Lord, and that of renewing out covenants with Him. Other sacraments are those still adhered to but other Christian denominations.
Sikhs and Jews do not share any of the same holy books.
Holy Week is not celebrated, it is observed. Only Christians observe Holy Week. Jews are not Christians.
Animals are not considered to be holy.
Jerusalem is considered holy by Muslims, Jews, and Christians.
As far as I know, the Eucharist is not recognized, celebrated, or commemorated in any wayin Judaism. If it were, I'm sure I would have seen my grandparents celebrating it, and myparents and my Rabbis would certainly have educated me to do the same. But in mysynagogue, there is complete silence on the matter.
It is holy to them because that is their home country
The Torah is the Jews holy book.
No the Jews do not believe in the holy spirit, as Jesus said I will send my comforter inmy place to guide you. And as the Jews did believe in Jesus the holy spirit means nothing to them.