8 thoughts on “ Holy, Holy, Holy - Various - The Sacrament Of The Lords Supper Or Holy Communion (Vinyl, LP)

  1. The Lord's Supper or Holy Communion, from The Book of Common Prayer (). Cambridge University Press, edition.
  2. Nov 16,  · Communion with the Lord. The Holy Communion is a means of enjoying communion with Christ on earth. The world, as our Lord reminds us, is ignorant of this communion; it does not understand it; it ridicules the idea. But we are privileged to enjoy an enlivening fellowship with the Lord. This communion is specially enjoyed at his Table.
  3. The Roman Catholic Take on it: The Catholic Encyclopedia volume 4 p. , article: Consecration "In celebration of The Holy Mass, the bread and the wine are changed (Added: Guess where the magical spell, Hocus Pocus comes from?Yep, the priest blesses the elements and speaks the "Holy Enchantment" of "Hoc est corpus meus" and presto-changeo, dinner is served!) into the body and .
  4. Sacrament of the Lord's Supper with various terms such as “Communion,” “Holy Communion,” “The Lord's Supper,” “The Sacrament of the Altar” and “The Eucharist.” We also promised to discuss these various names in a future article. With this article, that time has come.
  5. A Brief Form for the Celebration of Holy Communion () Since many congregations may benefit from learning more about the Lord’s Supper, people may find it helpful if the minister uses various brief additional words of invitation that accent different aspects of the meaning of the sacrament. The following are suggestions.
  6. Because of the intimate connection of the Sacrament of Holy Communion to our life in Christ, Catholics who wish to receive Communion must be in a state of grace—that is, free of any grave or mortal sin—before receiving it, as St. Paul explained in 1 Corinthians Otherwise, as he warns, we receive the sacrament unworthily, and we "eateth and drinketh damnation" to ourselves.
  7. Holy Communion preserves the supenatural life of the soul, increases the life of grace already present, cures the spiritual diseases of the soul, and gives us a spiritual joy in the service of Christ, in defending His cause, in performing the duties of our state of life, and in making the sacrifices required of us in imitating the life of our Savior.
  8. The Catholic Sacrament of Holy Communion. Of all seven sacraments, the Holy Eucharist, or Holy Communion, is the most central and important to Catholicism. Holy Communion is offered at every Mass, and in fact, the ritual of the Mass is largely taken up with preparing the hosts (wafers made of wheat and water, or gluten-free) and wine to become the body and blood of Christ and the .

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