The Eucharist in Scripture - Lesson 1
In The Eucharist in Scripture, discover God’s plan as it is expressed through the Bible and the Mass. This six-lesson study, presented by Dr. Scott Hahn, will unlock the meaning of covenant, sacrifice, and sacrament as understood in the Bible, from Genesis through Revelation.
Built around three of Dr. Hahn’s foundational talks: “The Lamb’s Supper,” “The Fourth Cup,” and “Consuming the Word,” The Eucharist in Scripture examines the biblical foundations of the Eucharist and explores the Church’s liturgy as the original context for the books of the Bible.
Learn more at http://bit.ly/2ZhFdw8
Sacraments 101: Eucharist (how we receive)
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BustedHalo.com's fantastic introduction to the Sacraments series.
Join Fr. Dave Dwyer, CSP, as he explains the do's and don'ts and rights and wrongs of receiving Communion...
Should Catholics receive communion on the hand or on the tongue? And how exactly are we supposed to do that reverently? Is there any other acceptable response besides "Amen?" ...and what does "amen" mean anyway?
These questions and more are answe...
Sacraments 201: Eucharist (what we believe)
BustedHalo.com's introduction to the Sacraments series continues as Fr. Steven Bell, CSP, answers more questions about what Catholics believe about the Eucharist and receiving Communion: How does the bread and wine become the body and blood of Christ? Is Communion a reenactment of the last supper? Should you not receive Communion if you have sinned? Why can't non-Catholics receive Communion in the Church?
These questions and more are answered in this edition of "Sacraments 201," a web video series geared for those who'd like an introduction or refresher course on these important, tangible Catholic experiences of God.
"Bathed In the Light"
On Holy Eucharist by Scott Hahn
Scott Hahn was a Presbyterian Pastor who realised that the true church founded by Christ and faithful to the early Church worship and teachings is the Catholic church
Dr. Scott Hahn on how the The holy Eucharist made him Catholic!
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How can we know Jesus is really present in the Eucharist?
Catholic Answers Live Host Patrick Coffin explains the Catholic belief in Transubstantiation to an interested caller.
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First Eucharist / Communion - Flame of Faith
An introduction to First Communion / Eucharist for children undertaking the sacramental program of the Archdiocese of Brisbane.
More information: http://flameoffaith.org.au
This is wat really happens at the Eucharist ( Catholic Mass)
Catholic Peekskill #70 Sacrament Series (The Holy Eucharist)
Church of The Assumption
Eucharist (Sacrament) - Fr Rob Galea
Catholic Speaker, Fr Rob Galea, shares another video from the 8-part teaching series of the sacraments of the Catholic Church.
In this video, Fr Rob explains how all the sacraments in the Church point towards the sacrament of the Eucharist because in the Eucharist is contained the whole spiritual good of the Church, Jesus Christ himself.
Fr Rob discusses the meaning of the word Transubstantiation and the difference between substance and form. He also explains the moment in Mass, the epiclesis, when the bread and wine become the very body and blood of Jesus Christ.
Fr Rob explains the great mystery that is the Anamnesis, becoming present at the foot of the cross. And the Admonition t...
Bishop Barron on Catholics Misunderstanding the Eucharist
Explore a collection of my resources on the Eucharist here: https://www.wordonfire.org/presence/
It’s hard to describe how angry I feel after reading the latest Pew Forum study, which reveals only one-third of Catholics agree with the Church that the Eucharist is actually the Body and Blood of Christ. This should be a wake-up call to all of us in the Church—priests, bishops, religious, laypeople, catechists, parents, everyone—that we need to pick up our game when it comes to communicating even the most basic doctrines of the Church. Watch this video for more...
Bishop Barron on the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist
Catholic Because of the Eucharist | Steve Ray - Atlanta Eucharistic Congress 2018
The Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist // Bishop Barron at 2020 Religious Education Congress
For my keynote talk at the 2020 L.A. Religious Education Congress, I spoke about the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. Vatican II says that the Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian life. However, recent polls show a widespread misunderstanding of the Eucharist and a massive failure in communicating the doctrine of the Real Presence. It is time for all of us—Catholic catechists, educators, and evangelists—to pick up our game about this absolutely essential sacrament!
Resources on the Eucharist: https://www.wordonfire.org/presence/
Word on Fire: https://www.wordonfire.org/
Word on Fire Institute: http://wordonfire.institute/
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Why Am I Catholic? The Eucharist
When a friend asked Jackie why she was still Catholic, she responded, “Because of the Eucharist.” Jesus did not tell us to remember him through song or great preaching—even though these can be good things to do to praise him. Giving his body and blood in the form of bread and wine to his disciples, he said, “Do this in memory of me.” Paraphrasing Pope Bendict XVI, Jackie explains how receiving the Eucharist is the most intimate form of connection one can have with God, and we can only receive the Eucharist in the Catholic Church.
Jackie reads from The Great Adventure Catholic Bible, which you can purchase at ascensionpress.com
Altaration -- Fr. Mike Schmitz
Why Non-Catholics Can't Receive Communion
Holy Communion is not just a member privilege the Catholic Church offers to Catholics. It is an expression of the pre-existing reality that the communicant believes the Eucharist is the Body and Blood of Jesus. In this video, Fr. Mike thoroughly and passionately explains why the Church teaches that non-Catholics cannot receive Communion. Fr. Mike's hope is that through his explanation, you will see how the Church's teaching on this matter expresses its desire for all Christians to be one.
Fr. Mike is also a presenter in these faith formation programs from Ascension:
Belonging: Baptism in the Family of God (https://bit.ly/2vQgGRx
Chosen: This is Your Catholic Faith (https://bit.ly/2nCKK
What is the Real Presence?
Fr. Mike Schmitz - Eucharist
Fr. Mike Schmitz explains the transformative power of the Eucharist during Mass.