Bread and Wine!- Expose our Jewish roots. Comes for Passover with unleavened bread and theblood of a lamb. These are the gifts of the mass.Lamb of God- Jesus is the lamb of God. Yam Kippur is not necessary because our sins have beenforgiven.Lectionary- The book that unified all the readings. 3-year cycle for the Gospels (A Mt, B Mk andJn, and C Lk) Council of Trent wrote this to uniform the readings.1.
What does "The Eucharist is the Source and Summit' of Christian Life" mean?It is thesummit because Eucharist is central to our spiritual life. It is the source because we are usingevery means possible to grow closer to God. Eucharist is a source of grace. 2.
What sets Catholic School apart from the Public School system?There are three things that
catholic schools do that public schools don’t.
We celebrate the Eucharist in all-school massesand optional liturgies. We spend time with Jesus during school (Examen, before/after school,theology class, service, retreats), and we worship God.3.
Be able to define the 'real presence' of Jesus in the Liturgy?There are four ways Jesus ispresent in the Liturgy: Eucharist, Minister, People, and Scripture.4.
Why is the Eucharist a Memorial? Why is the Eucharist a Sacrifice?Eucharist is a memorialbecause we remember what Jesus did for us. The Eucharist is a sacrifice because byremembering what Jesus did for us, God becomes truly present at the Eucharist and Liturgy. 5.
What is the high point
most sacred element of the Mass?The Eucharistic Prayer is the most
scared time of the mass. It comes for St. Paul’s letter to the Corinthians (51 A.D). People
were getting drunk at Agape meal and not letting the poor eat enough. St. Paul said that theEucharist is the real presence of Jesus Christ. He also gave us the words of Institution
thewords that change the bread into the body. 6.
Be able to communicate why Bread and Wine is the staple of Jewish life?Bread and wine isthe staple of Jewish life because they were incorporated at every meal. It was also veryimportant to the Jews because of its relation to the Passover.