Jesus and the Apostle celebrated the first Eucharist at what is commonly called the Last Supper.
The first celebration is Jesus during his last supper.
Jesus instituted the Eucharist at the Last Supper, on Holy Thursday, the night before He was Crucified.The Eucharist was first celebrated the Thursday before Easter by Jesus and his apostles.
Receiving Jesus is not in the eucharist; it is accepting Him in your heart.
Jesus gave the Eucharist to the Church at the Last Supper, when He said, "Do this in commemoration of Me."
The church says that the Eucharist is the body of Jesus, so in essence, the Eucharist is holy
If you meditate on the importance of Jesus and what he represents while receiving the Eucharist, this will help you grow closer to Jesus.
the Eucharist began at the Last Supper before Jesus was about to die
Because the Eucharist is Jesus, and that is what Mass is all about.
Jesus is present in the Eucharist under the appearances of bread and wine.
It was unleavened bread made of barley or maize.
This is a Roman Catholic question as the word 'Eucharist', and 'mass' also belongs to the Catholic Church, as protestants seldom use it.