Part 8: The Eucharistic Experience of Heaven

GOING DEEPER INTO HOLY MASS
Footsteps to Heaven Podcast Show

THE COMMUNION RITE

In this episode, Terry Modica covers the apostolic succession that makes it possible for bread and wine to become the body and blood of Jesus, why Jesus called his blood the new and everlasting covenant, and the dialog we have with Jesus as we receive him. Listen to find out how the Communion Rite during Mass gives us a Eucharistic experience of heaven.

She also answers the question: Why do we pray for Jesus to come “under my roof” just before we receive him in the Eucharistic Liturgy?

This episode continues the explain the highlight and most important part of the Mass, which is also the highlight and most important moment in our faith. It is the source and summit of everything that we believe, do, say, and live in the faith. It empowers us to do everything that God the father is calling us to do it. It empowers us to be united with God in such a way that we can make a difference in the lives of others. We can make the world a better place!

The Eucharistic Experience of Heaven

SHORT VIDEOS FOR GROUP USE:

You might also be interested in our video series on this topic, entitled “Take, Eat, and Drink”. This is a set of 17 short segments (three to five minutes) that is used by catechists but is also good for personal use. Each video ends with a question for personal reflection or group discussion. See it @ gnm-media.org/take-eat-drink/.

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