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EUCHARIST

DVD 1036

Feast of Faith: The Transforming Power of the Eucharist

A two-DVD, four-part faith formation series. Dr. Marcellino D'Ambrosio takes the viewer on a journey of
discovery, offering profound reflections on the nature of the Holy Eucharist.
Part One, Sacrifice (22 min) discusses how the Mass is a true sacrifice, the "re-presentation" of Jesus'
sacrifice on the Cross.
Part Two, Real Presence (23 min), contrasts the uniqueness of Jesus' presence in the Eucharist with
other ways He is present in the world.
Part Three, Preparation (22 min) discusses the need to have more faith, more appetite, more repentance,
and more forgiveness.
Part Four, Adoration (23 min) offers practical ways we can grow in our devotion to the Holy Eucharist.
Adult
DVD 1040

Eucharist: God's Way of Embracing Us

We are a Eucharistic people, a Eucharistic church, a community formed and nurtured by the Eucharist.
How does the Eucharist work? What are its various meanings? Fr. Ron Rolheiser, OMI, presents a
meditation on the Eucharist.
Adult
DVD 1042

Antwone Fisher

Inspired by the true life experiences of its title character, Antwone Fisher tells the compelling story of a
troubled sailor who is ordered to see a naval psychiatrist about his volatile temper. Little does he know
that his first step into the doctor's office will lead him on a remarkable journey to confront his painful past
and connect with the family he never knew.
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VTE 1038
Sessions 1 & 2

DeSales Program: Our Celebration Of The Eucharist -

Presenting the heart of Catholic worship, this eight-session series leads adults into a
better appreciation of the impressive history and meaning of the Eucharist. Half of the
sessions focus on the various parts of the liturgy as we celebrate them today. The
other sessions present related topics such as the liturgical year and the place of the
Eucharist in today's spirituality.
TAPE 1 contains:
Session 1. From Passover to Eucharist
A theology of the Eucharist in the Old and New Testaments
Hebrew roots of Christian Eucharist
Reflection on the "power of remembering" in Jewish spirituality as a prelude to the Eucharist
Eucharistic themes in the Gospels and the writings of St. Paul
Various forms of Eucharistic celebration in the life of the early Church
Evolution of early Christian 'agape meals" and other primitive New Testament rites are described

and discussed
Eschatalogical themes of the Eucharist

Session 2. Of Rituals/Human Elements


A brief history of the Mass
Historical tour of the history and development of the Mass
Reflections and lessons for the modern Church are drawn from the history of the liturgy
Analysis of the developments in lay liturgical participation throughout Christian history
The period following the Reformation, which formed our liturgy, up until Vatican II
An in-depth focus on the liturgical changes following Vatican II
Adult
VTE 1039

DeSales Progam: Our Celebration of the Eucharist - Sessions 3& 4

Presenting the heart of Catholic worship, this eight-session series leads adults into a better appreciation
of the impressive history and meaning of the Eucharist. Half of the sessions focus on the various parts of
the liturgy as we celebrate them today. The other sessions present related topics such as the liturgical
year and the place of the Eucharist in today's spirituality.
TAPE 2 contains:
Session 3. A Look at How Catholics Begin Worship Today
The Introductory Rites of the Mass
Step by step analysis of each part in the Introductory Rites to the Eucharist
A look at the importance of proper liturgical environment and architecture
Special consideration of the role of liturgical music and the ministry of musicians, including
should's and should not's
Discussion on the need for fostering genuine Christian hospitality at parish liturgies
Practical guidelines for liturgical planing on the parochial level
Session 4. Catholics Use the Scriptures Today
Introducing the Liturgy of the Word
An in-depth study of the elements comprising the Liturgy of the Word
A concise presentation of the Church's Theology of the Word
Practical guidelines for parish ministries of the Word
A helpful anatomy of the lectionary
General how-to's for a more effective celebration of the Liturgy of the Word
The role of the homily (practical do's and don'ts)
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VTE 1040
DeSales Progam: Our Celebration of the Eucharist - Sessions 5 & 6
Presenting the heart of Catholic worship, this eight-session series leads adults into a better appreciation
of the impressive history and meaning of the Eucharist. Half of the sessions focus on the various parts of
the liturgy as we celebrate them today. The other sessions present related topics such as the liturgical
year and the place of the Eucharist in today's spirituality.
TAPE 3 contains:
Session 5. Both Altar and Table
The presentation of the gifts through the sign of peace
A reflection on the Liturgy of the Eucharist in slow motion
A discussion about the role of "mystery" in the liturgy
Considering the issue of "altar vs table" and its theological implications
A study and comparison of the various texts of Eucharistic Prayers
The meaning and controversy over certain liturgical changes since Vatican II
Session 6. We Become Living Bread
The Communion of the Mass through the Concluding Rites
The various options for receiving Communion at parish liturgies
The role and proper preparation of lay Eucharistic ministers
Important considerations regarding the frequency of receiving Eucharist (i.e., issues of
worthiness, laxity, and parochial practice)
The need and place for silence in liturgical celebrations
Discussion on the issue of Sunday "Obligation" for worship (especially regarding children and
teenagers)
Adult
VTE 1041
DeSales Progam: Our Celebration of the Eucharist - Sessions 7& 8
Presenting the heart of Catholic worship, this eight-session series leads adults into a better appreciation
of the impressive history and meaning of the Eucharist. Half of the sessions focus on the various parts of
the liturgy as we celebrate them today. The other sessions present related topics such as the liturgical
year and the place of the Eucharist in today's spirituality.
TAPE 4 contains:
Session 7. Why It's Different Every Sunday
A look at the richness of the Church's Liturgical Year
A reflection on the conept of liturgical time in our Judeo-Christian tradition
A History on the development of the Church's various liturgical seasons and selected feast days
Special times for liturgical adaptation and creativity
Considering the "problems" related to Holy Days of Obligation
Practical recommendations for celebrating the Church's major liturgical holidays
Session 8. Where Does the Tabernacle and Benediction Fit Today
Eucharistic Spirituality outside of Mass
Comparison of pre and post Vatican II Eucharistic spirituality
Recommendations and reflections on the location and liturgical significance of tabernacles in
modern Church architecture
History and evolution of Eucharistic devotions
Review of contemporary Church discipline regarding Eucharistic fast, reception, and persons
excluded
from Eucharist
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VTE 1275

Life of Jesus: The Meals of Jesus

Children discover the different meals Jesus ate with friends and the special meal He celebrated at the
Last Supper. They reflect on the meaning of meals in their everyday lives and are invited to discover
ways to give blessings and thanks.
Use: Teacher/catechist could copy questions and ask them him/herself.
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VTE 1343

Mystery of Faith: An Introduction to Catholicism - Eucharist

Fr. Michael Himes shows why the Eucharist expressed God's love and commitment to us in
love. The viewer will understand why "the Eucharist tells us what our destiny is." This is part
of a series of ten tapes, each 20 minutes in length. Each video serves as a guideline for
group discussion. As the journey in faith continues, these programs help in the
understanding of our Catholic tradition and come to know the Spirit in our own unique way.
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What Catholics Believe About the Eucharist

Viewers are invited to share information in this fast-paced interactive introduction into the beliefs of the
Catholic Church on the Sacrament of Eucharist. Questions are asked and a concise, understandable
catechesis is presented. Even among Catholics there is a wide range of attitudes and responses - some
right and some wrong!
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Catholic Update: Eucharist: Celebrating Christ Present

Eucharist: Celebrating Christ Present offers a key to understanding the Eucharist which Catholics
celebrate each Sunday. The story segment introduces viewers to Assunta, a devoted
grandmother and parish sacristan, who with her family must face the question of who can
carry on the traditions of faith and family. The witness segment gives real-life Catholics an
opportunity to testify to what the celebration of Eucharist in their parish communities means.
The teaching segment explores how the "Easter Triduum," the celebrations of Holy
Thursday, Good Friday and Easter, can focus our understanding of Eucharist in a balanced
manner. The program concludes with a music video reflection, "We Walk With Hunger."
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Catholic Update: First Communion: Taking Your Place At The Table

With story, witness, teaching, and music segments, parents can receive help in the preparation of their
children for reception of Eucharist. The story focuses on Kimberly who is about to make her First
Communion. The witness segment finds parents sharing experiences of their children's First
Communion. The music portion uses the video "Pan de Vida" showing the celebration in the Hispanic
Catholic tradition.
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Catholic Update: Walk Through the Mass, A

This presentation explores some of the meaning behind the celebration of Eucharist and takes
a step-by-step look at the four principal parts of the Mass. The program includes: Story
Segment - "Bread that Remembers" Witness Segment - Shows real-life Catholics sharing the
power of the Eucharist in their lives Teaching Segment - Fr. Tom Richstatter draws a parallel
between the shape of the Mass and a typical Thanksgiving dinner. Music Video - "The Song of
the Body of Christ" by David Haas, is sung with a visual meditation on the Eucharist.
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VTE 1408

Sacred Heart Kids Club - Eucharist

Central points of our Catholic faith are covered in these videos. The Sacred Hearts Kids Club was
created and produced by Sister Ida Peterfy, SDSH, Ph.D, M.Rel.Ed. Together with the Sisters of the
Society Devoted to the Sacred Heart. The Sisters are professional catechists and master catechists. The
Sacred Heart Kids Club is an expression of the charism of the community: to present the teaching of the
Catholic Church in a dynamic and appealing way, leading the children to a deeper friendship with the
Jesus and with each other.
This tape teaches about Eucharist - Celebrating Union with Jesus and Each Other. Segments of this
program help children to understand the Eucharistic. Liturgy and enables them to participate more fully.
All the elements of celebration are present in the Mass.
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VTE 1500

This Sacred Meal


Catholics come to Mass week after week, but seldom have an opportunity to reflect on the
larger meaning of why we come, what we are doing there, and what it all means for our daily
life. The video revolves around the meaning of Eucharist and what the Eucharist challenges
us to do in our lives.
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What Is Sacrament

In this video program on the sacraments, Fr. Richard McBrien explains how the sacraments are the core
of Catholic life and practice. McBrien provides suggestions for developing a vibrant sacramental life in
the parish setting. Three-20 minute segments include:
1. The Principle of Sacramentality
2. The Sacraments of Initiation
3. The Sacraments of Healing and Commitment
Use: teaching of sacraments and teacher/catechist formation
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VTE 1506

The Sacraments

Bishop Donald Wuerl, STD is featured in this two-tape program on the Sacraments. The
purpose of the program is to assist youth ministry, young adults, RCIA and adult
education groups to review and renew their knowledge of the sacraments, to enable them
to enter more deeply into reflecting upon the mystery of the sacraments, and to
encourage them to celebrate the sacramental life of the Church even more fully.
Each tape contains five 15-minute segments. A facilitator's guide gives an easy to follow
lesson format. A reproducible student lesson packet is also available.
Topics covered include:
Tape 1: The Seven Sacraments, Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist, Celebration of the Holy Mass.
Tape 2: Penance and Reconciliation, Anointing of the Sick, Marriage, Holy Orders, Summary
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VTE 1510

Sacraments: God's Amazing Grace


This three-part series covers the Sacraments of Initiation, Sacraments of Healing, and
Sacraments of Service.
Host, Bishop Paul Zipfel, takes an informative and entertaining look at the Sacraments of the
Church. He invites teens to see that the sacraments are not really "magical moments," but
rather openings into the reality of God's presence with us in our everyday lives. The teens
participate in symbolic activities that help them see the deeper meaning in the sacraments.
They interact with different presenters and then tell what they have heard and seen.
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Sacraments: We Feed, Eucharist

Through story and ritual, Gaynell Cronin and Fr. Jack Rathschmidt present the sacraments as signs of
God's love and care for us.
This video focuses on the Eucharist. We are invited to eat at the table of the Lord. Here Jesus gives
himself as Word, food and community to us. Eucharist is food for our spirits and a challenge to reach out
for those who suffer hunger in the world. Intersperses throughout the story are lessons about how the
Eucharist feeds the hunger in us all.
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VTE 1523

Growing in Faith Sacrament Series: Sacraments of Initiation

Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist) demand that we let go of our self absorption,
strengthen ourselves in faith and help feed the world. This video uses story, Jesus' life and the ritual
actions of the believing community to call us to grow in Christ.
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Changing Sacraments, The

The sacraments are presented from an historical point of view so viewers can see the human experience
influenced by the trends of the times. These trends are sometimes good, sometimes not so desirable.
Segments include:
Godparent Gussie - Baptism, Confirmation
Worshipping Wilma - Eucharist
Sinner Sam - Reconciliation
Marrying Melvin - Marriage
Clerical Clarence - Holy Orders
Ailing Annie Anointing
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VTE 1538

The Sacrament of Eucharist: Past and Present

Expert author Kathleen Chesto leads viewers through the development and history of Eucharist,
starting for Hebrew times to a post-Vatican II. Chesto offers a presentation in language that is
comprehensible and clear. Guide materials are included.
Adult

VTE 1539

First Communion: A Family Journey

Produced in cooperation with the religious education specialists at the Silver Burdett Ginn
Religion Division, this new program provides separate segments for children and parents.
The meaning of the Eucharist, Baptism and full membership in the Church is made clear
to both First Communicants and their parents. The importance of parental involvement
and family activities in preparation for the big day are also provided. Discussion guide is
included.
Segment 1 is for Children (10 minutes), Segment 2 is for Parents and Teachers (10
minutes)
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Celebrating Our Faith: Eucharist - Children

Fr. Joe Kemp helps children as they prepare to celebrate the Sacrament of the Eucharist. The video
consists of eight brief sections. The material in video serves as a supplement to the children's textbook
and the parish program materials A separate video is available to help the parents and guardians of
children prepare for Eucharist.
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Celebrating Our Faith: Eucharist - Families

The time parents spend in preparation for their child's celebration of the Sacrament of Eucharist is
extremely important. The family is the "domestic church" where parents, by word and example, are the
first teachers of the Catholic Faith. This video is for those helping prepare the children for this sacrament,
that the children may more deeply appreciate this sacrament and understand the great gift of Eucharist
and the difference it makes in our lives. The supplement gives sample outlines for parent meetings and
prayer services as well as discussion questions and activities at home. Fr. Joe Kemp is the leader.
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VTE 1542

I Am the Living Bread

This video is an up close and personal look at how the lives of people in San Antonio, Texas have been
dramatically touched by their devotion to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament through Eucharistic Adoration.
Adult
VTE 1544

Eucharist: A Taste of God

Exploring the Church's most powerful resource for spiritual growth and practical living,
why do we celebrate the Eucharist? What gifts are we promised and what demands
does it make on us before we can fully appreciate its richness? In this presentation we
are offered a fresh look at the great treasure and challenge of the sacrament. Ten
segments, 10-15 minutes in length, encourage discussion, prayer, and group activities.
Topics covered are: Hunger; The Quiet Presence of God; Called to the Gathering: The
Challenge; Called to the Gathering: The Gift; A Meal for Sinners; The Voice of God;
Broken, Poured for Love; I Am Here for you; Mission; To Say "Amen"
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VTE 1545

Angel's First Communion Lesson, The

Angel Michaela and friends speak of Jesus presence at Mass - in clear, simple language.
They talk about the very special gift of Eucharist and remind children of their baptism and of
the forgiveness they celebrate in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. The angels talk to the
students about ways in which they can prepare for their First Communion. Discussion guide
is included.
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Eucharist: Celebrating Community

This "Celebrating Sacraments" presentation is for parents whose children are preparing to receive the
Eucharist for the first time. It provides theological and scriptural background to help parents reflect upon
their own understanding of the Eucharist and their role in their children's spiritual and religious
development.
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VTE 1547

How to Prepare Your Child for First Eucharist

How has Communion brought you "into communion" with others, especially the most needy? This video
explores some practical answers to this and other questions, while helping parents to prepare their
children for the sacrament of Eucharist.
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VTE 1548

Lord of Love: Eucharist

This live-action video presents an overview of the sacrament of Eucharist including history, theology,
scripture, celebration and how to pass on an appreciation of the sacrament to children and others.
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VTE 1549

Grandma's Bread

A few days before Easter Mario is watching Grandma prepare a complicated recipe from the old
country for "Pane di Pasqua" (Easter Bread). Unexpectedly, Grandma dies and as Mario's First
Communion day approaches, he is sad that she and her special bread won't be part of the
family celebration. With coaching from Mario and his father, and the special recipe from
Grandma, Mario's mother makes the special bread.
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Maria's First Communion

Through this program, children begin to understand the importance of the celebration of First Eucharist
and Christ as the Bread of Life. Maria comes to understand through preparation and family activities.
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VTE 1662

Passover, The

In this presentation you are invited into a Jewish home for the festival meal celebrated on the first night of
the Passover. The tie between Jew and Gentile are explored. Three generations of a family are
portrayed. One generation teaches the other making the next generation aware of its heritage. The
ending reveals the true significance of the meal's symbols and the Messiah to whom these symbols point.
Comments: Clothing dated, excellent explanation of Seder and Passover
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VTE 1587

The Roman Catholic Mass Today

Four parishes from four different parts of the Catholic Church in the United States show what the mass
looks and sounds like when parish leadership has made strong liturgical celebrations the heart of all
parish life. From preparation in the home to the procession and singing of the entrance; from attentive
listening to God's word to the setting of the table and acclamations of praise in the Eucharistic prayer;
from their Great Amen to their communion procession and their busy visiting after mass we get a glimpse
of the direction we should be going with liturgical renewal.
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We Shall Go Up with Joy: The Entrance Rite

The entrance rite is the entrance of the assembly into their liturgy. All the preparation for Sunday comes
together as the parish assembles in their "church," their "house." We hear ministers and parishioners talk
about their own preparation and the experience of coming together in their church. We observe the
rituals, space, and environment that make this possible. Through the procession, greeting, song, and
prayer, we see how these rites bring so many people to be a church -- ready to listen to God's word, pray,
give thanks together, receive Eucharist, and manifest the love of God all through the week.
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The Word of the Lord

Christians are people of the book, and every Sunday our communities gather to read our book and to
listen. The word of God is proclaimed with vigor, respect, and understanding. Those who read the
scriptures and those who preach, talk about their preparation and ministry. Parishioners speak about
what they need and hope for from the liturgy of the word, including the singing of psalms and
acclamations around the attentive listening to scripture.
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Lift Up Your Hearts

The Liturgy of the Eucharist starts quietly with simple things like bread and wine brought forward and a
table prepared. We then begin our prayer of thanksgiving, our Eucharist, lifting up our hearts and giving
God thanks and praise for all creation and the saving work of Christ. We see how one community
prepares the table, and themselves. Parishioners speak about the many ways in which their lives have
become more energized at the table of the Lord. This community worked many years on perfecting this
celebration and viewers must keep in mind the enormous work and cooperation that went into this
endeavor.
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Say Amen! To What You Are

The sharing of communion at Sunday Mass is surrounded by several actions of the people. We begin
with the strong words of the "Our Father" followed by a greeting of peace. As we sing a litany to the
Lamb of God, the holy gifts are prepared and we process to the table as one body, hungry and thirsty for
the living God. When we hear the words, "the body of Christ," "the blood of Christ," we say "amen" to this
bread, this person, this people - the body of Christ. And finally we are sent out to nourish others as we
have been nourished. With those ingredients we see how a rite done well each Sunday - gracefully,
deliberately, unhurriedly - forms people as Christians and empowers them to live thankful, grateful, giving
lives.
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VTE 1692

Table of the Lord

By focusing on the message of Christian responsibility in the Eucharist, this visual meditation urges
viewers to share their good fortune by feeding and clothing others. A powerful presentation, it makes an
excellent teaching tool to help Christians of all ages see the connection between the Mass and the rest of
their week at work and play. Just as Christ has generously called us to his saving table, so must we call
others to ours.
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VTE 1695

Mass for Older Children

From the earliest times, Christians gathered at least once a week to remind themselves of Jesus' life,
death and resurrection and to celebrate his presence with them in the meal of the Eucharist. Like the
early followers of Jesus we gather, we tell stories, we remember and break bread, we go forth to those in
need. Students are walked through the Mass and are challenged to live it in their daily lives.
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Mass & Me, The

The Mass is explained to children in an understandable way. It is excellent for first communion
preparation or for learning more about the Church's most important act of praise and thanksgiving to God.
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This Is Our Faith Video Library: Grade Two

This series of videos accompanies the Silver Burdett & Ginn religion textbooks, "This Is Our Faith". Using
a variety of dramatic techniques, it relates to the unit themes and can be used with other textbook series
as well. Each video has ten segments.
1.
Best Friends (2 min) - a song about being friends.
2.
Baptism (8 min) - discusses the idea of belonging; shows an infant baptism during Mass; concludes
reviewing with gestures.
3.
The Hurt (5 min) - an animated story about hurts and resolving them.
4.
Reconciliation (6 min) - examples of asking for forgiveness when wrong; reviews the practice of
individual confession.
5.
Family Stories (7 min) - connects our family stories with the sharing of God's stories at church.
6.
Lucky Jenna (5 min) - a story about God's love for us.
7.
The Bread of Life (3 min) - shows the planting, harvesting and making of bread; discusses the
difference between regular and Eucharistic bread.
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Table Prayer (3 min) - a song about the Eucharist using sign language.
9.
A Gift for Ralph (5 min) - a group of friends decide to help a homeless man.
10. Helping others (3 min) - examples of ways to help others showing students how they can be more
like Jesus.
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Babette's Feast

As housekeeper and cook to two elderly, religious women, Babette is never called upon
to prepare anything more exciting than the traditional boiled codfish and ale-bread soup.
One day she wins a lottery and decides to spend it all by creating the most memorable,
mouth-watering, magnificent, meal ever consumed. Her guests will have no idea what
they are eating. An allegory of the Eucharist, this film brings a community back to life.
(Not in English, uses subtitles)
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VTE 2391

My First Eucharist

A signed and closed captioned sacramental preparation program for deaf children. Kit includes a religious
education tape with two videos, one for children and the other for parents/catechists and a binder with
lesson plans. There are text lesson plans along with worksheets that can be copied as needed, and two
posters. This series focuses on the children's sacrament of their first Holy Communion.
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VTE 2477

The Power of His Presence

Pope John Paul II, Francis Cardinal George, Mother Teresa, priests and lay people from
around the world testify how prayer before Christ in the Blessed Sacrament dramatically
transformed their lives and how it can renew the world and bring about a second Pentecost.
Pastors who have initiated Eucharistic Adoration programs report how adoration is
rejuvenating their parish life, increasing Mass attendance, confessions and religious
vocations.
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Conference of Catholic Bishops, 2006.
_____Thirty-One Questions on Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. Washington, DC: United States
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Bowman, Peg. At Home with the Sacraments: Eucharist. Mystic, CT: Twenty-Third Publications, 1992.
Duquin, Lorene Hanley. Pope John Paul IIs New Encyclical on the Eucharist. Huntington, IN: Our Sunday
Visitor, 2003.
Mick, Lawrence. Forming the Assembly to Celebrate Sacraments. Chicago: Liturgy Training Publications,
2002.
Murphy, Doris. Learning Centers for First Reconciliation, First Eucharist, and the Whole Community. New
London, CT: Twenty-Third Publications, 2007.
Osborne, Kenan B., O.F. M. The Christian Sacraments of Initiation. Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press, 1987.
Our Sunday Visitor. Eucharistic Adoration. Huntington, IN: Our Sunday Visitor, 2003.
U. S. Catholic Bishops. The Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Sacrament of the Eucharist: Basic
Questions and Answers. Washington, DC: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, 2001.
Walsh, Vincent M. Letter on the Eucharist Pope John Paul II: A Simplified Version. Merion, PA: Key of
David Publications, 2003.