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Sacramental Quiz 6

Eucharist as REal Presence

Jesus tells us in John 6, "I am the living bread that came down from heaven; whoever eats this bread will live forever; and the bread that I will give is my flesh for the life of the world." TRUE
When Jesus begins speaking about being "The Bread come down from heaven" in John 6, he is speaking figuratively and symbolically, which explains why his audience understood his language easily False
The Eucharist is truly the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Christ, although the accidents or material appearances of bread and wine remain TRUE
Memorial The Eucharist reminds us of Christ's Jesus Passion, death, and resurrection
Lords Supper from the connection to the Last Supper and also used as an anticipation of the wedding feast of the Lamb in heavenly Jerusalem
Holy Sacrifice the Eucharist completes, surpasses and perfects the sacrifices of the Old Testament, each foreshadowing the sacrifice of Christ
Holy and Divine Liturgy because we encounter the sacred mysteries of Christ and participate in the liturgy celebrated by angels and saints in heaven
Holy Communion Because a Christian is united to Christ and to the members of the Christian community in the Eucharist.
Eucharist From Greek "eucharistein", meaning “to give thanks” originating from Scripture’s account of Christ “when he had given thanks…” referring to the Body and Blood of the Eucharist
Breaking of the Bread When Jesus “broke bread” at Emmaus, they recognized him in the Eucharist. This was the term used most often by the first Christians.
Holy Mass From Latin “mittere” meaning “to send forth” comes from the last words of the liturgy when we are sent forth in the peace of Christ to transform the world.
What is not true about the church's teachings on the Real Presence of the Eucharist The whole of Christ is present in only the unified parts
Created by: mhackett



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