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Sacraments - Ch. 5

The Sacrament of the Eucharist

TermDefinition
Eucharist Greek: "to give thanks" and is the sacrament that completes Christian initiation; for Catholics, it can mean the Mass itself or the consecrated bread and grape wine we receive during Communion
invocation A call, request, or supplication for God's help
Second Coming of Christ Also known as the Parousia, this is the time when the Kingdom of God will be fully established and victory over evil will be complete.
Mass The central liturgical ritual in the Catholic Church where the Eucharist is consecrated
Introductory Rites The first part of Mass and ensures that the assembled people become one worshipping community and prepare to listen to the Word of God and to celebrate the Eucharist worthily
Liturgy of the Word The second part of Mass, is made up of readings from Scripture, and is developed and concluded by the Homily, the Profession of Faith, and the Universal Prayer
Niceno-Constantinopolitan Creed The formal Profession of Faith recited at Mass; it came from the first two ecumenical councils of the Church in 325 and 381
Liturgy of the Eucharist The third part of Mass during which the priest, representing Christ, makes the Sacrifice of the Cross present in the Church
Words of Institution The words said by Jesus over the bread and wine at the Last Supper. The priest repeats these words over the bread and wine at Mass as they are changed into the Body and Blood of Christ
Eucharistic Prayer The Church's great prayer of praise and thanksgiving to God
Concluding Rites The end of Mass during which the priest blesses the assembled people and sends them out on the mission to live out what they just celebrated
evangelization The act of bringing the Good News of Jesus Christ to others
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