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AN#RE#2011#5#Def

Religion Topic 5 Definitions 2011

QuestionAnswer
Transubstantiation Change of substance (reality) of the bread and wine into the and blood of Jesus Christ
Eucharist Comes from Greek word for thanksgiving
Host Name for consecrated bread at mass
Chalice Cup used for consecration of wine at mass
Corpus Christi Latin meaning 'The Body of Christ'
Assembly The people who gather to celebrate the Mass
Blessed Sacrament Reserved Eucharist in the tabernacle
Catholic Comes from the Greek word for universal
Exposition Ceremony where priest, deacon or authorized lay person removes the Blessed Sacrament from the tabernacle and places it on the alter for adoration
Gospel Good news
Ciborium Vessel used to hold the consecrated hosts
Tabernacle Place where the Eucharist is reserved for Communion to the sick and for prayerful adoration
Altar Holy table where the Eucharist is celebrated at
Benediction Popular Catholic devotion
Breaking of the bread Early name for Mass
Lector Person who reads 1st and 2nd readings at Mass
Liturgy Christian services of public worship and prayer
Monstrance Vessel with a round glass centre (window)
Viaticum Eucharist given to someone who is very ill/near dead
Created by: PCGEEK