"Do this in memory of me." You hear this commandment every week at Mass, but what does it really mean? Now you can discover how to become the Eucharist as Christ desired.
The celebration of the Eucharist is one of the most sacred and ancient traditions in Christianity.
At the Last Supper, Jesus gave us his own body to eat and blood to drink, but what did he mean when he gave us this commandment? Is it simply remembering and making present what Jesus did at that Supper? Or does this command have larger implications?
Under Fr. Crosby's expert guidance, you will discover the reason we call it a celebration of the Eucharist. You will uncover a fuller meaning and challenge in the gift of the Eucharist through Scripture, the early Fathers, and Liturgy. Through the actions and words of the Church and the example of such inspiring figures as St. Francis of Assisi and Archbishop Oscar Romero.
Over the course of these lectures, you will deepen your relationship with Christ and reinvigorate your participation in Mass and communion. By becoming the Eucharist we celebrate, you will understand what it means to live a truly Christian life.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.
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Loved it. Gives new perspective and deeper understanding of Eucharist. Fantastic narration as well. would recommend it to anyone who wants to grow in faith and understanding.
- Tom McGowan
Fr. Dan Crosby is one of the most moving Catholic presenters I've ever encountered. More than a great speaker, though, he brings forth deep knowledge and wisdom about the Catholic faith and the eucharist and shows how Christ's sacrifice an has ongoing relevance to our daily lives. This series will enrich your faith and your life.