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A solemn agreement between people or between people and God; another word for testament

Covenant

2

the sacrament in which we give thanks to God for giving us Jesus Christ

Eucharist

3

the Jewish festival that commemorates the delivery of the Hebrew people from slavery in Egypt

Passover

4

A breadlike substance?

Manna

5

The work of salvation accomplished by Jesus Christ through his passion, Death, Resurrection, and Ascension. It is celebrated in the liturgy of the Church, and we experience its saving effects in the sacraments.

Pascal Mystery

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Hymn of praise

Doxology

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the unique transformation of the bread and wine in the Eucharist into the Body and Blood of the risen Jesus Christ, while retaining its physical appearance as bread and wine.

Transubstantiation

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the second half of the Mass, in which the bread and wine are transformed into the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ, which we then receive in Holy Communion.

Liturgy of the Eucharist

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the first half of the Mass, in which we listen to God's Word from the Bible and consider what it means for us today. It can also be a public prayer and proclamation of God's Word that is not followed by the Liturgy of the Eucharist.

Liturgy of the Word

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the book containing the prayers used for the celebration of the Eucharist. It is placed on the altar for the celebration of the Mass.

Roman Missal

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Why is the Eucharist a tremendous gift?

The Eucharist is a way Jesus could remain with us.

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Why is the Eucharist the greatest of all sacraments?

It is a sign of Jesus' permanent love for us. It is the perfect act of worship and the heart of Christian life.

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What does it mean to call Jesus, Mediator?

Jesus unites us with himself and with one another in the Catholic community

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Compare (like) and contrast (difference) the Passover meal and the Eucharist.

Similar - both are celebrations

Differences -
Passover - commemorates the great saving event when God rescued the Israelites from slavery in Egypt
Eucharist is a sacrament which is the greatest act of praise and thanksgiving we can offer God. Only ordained priests can preside over the Mass.

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What are the two main parts of the Eucharistic celebration?

1. Communion Rite
2. Concluding Rite

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What symbol did Jesus use in John 15:4-7 to describe our relationship with him?

a vine and a branch

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How often should we receive Holy Communion?

once a year

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What are some ways you can make your reception of the Eucharist meaningful?

to do it respectfully

19

Our greatest source of power is the ______.

Eucharist

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Your are invited to be actively involved in the ________. Your wholehearted responses to the priest's prayers are a sign of your __________.

Mass; belief????

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What are the two main parts of the Mass?

1. The Liturgy of the Word
2. The Liturgy of the Eucharist

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Usually from the Old Testament

First Reading

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Usually from the New Testament

Second Reading

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We usually sing "Alleluia" to praise God for the Good News. During Lent, se sing an alternate.

Gospel Acclamation

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We stand to acclaim Christ present in?

Gospel Reading

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The priest or deacon explains Gods Word. It relates the Word of God to our life as Christians today.

Homily

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We proclaim our faith through?

Profession of Faith

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We pray for our needs and the needs of others?

Prayer of the Faithful

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We bring gifts of bread and wine to the altar.

Presentation and Preparation of the Gifts

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The priest prays that God will accept our sacrifice?

Prayer over the Offerings