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Eucharist

Coronavirus leads Catholic churches to make changes to Communion

In face of spreading disease, some dioceses are forbidding the Host to be distributed on the tongue.

How the love of husband and wife is fed by the Eucharist

St. John Paul II firmly believed that love within marriage is strengthened by the Eucharist.

Francis Chan and his dream of a Eucharist rooted in the Early Church

The evangelical pastor made waves when he confessed a longing for approaching communion as if it were truly the body an blood of Christ.

The eucharistic symbolism of the manger

The manger, a feeding trough for animals, is highly symbolic and foreshadows the Eucharist.

Thanksgiving and Eucharist mean the same thing

The word used for the Catholic Mass and sacrament have a special meaning, not just for one holiday.

The Joyful Mysteries of the Eucharist

In October, let's pray the Rosary for an increase in faith in the Real Presence.

Who do you say that I am? The current crisis of belief in the Eucharist

Belief that Jesus is the Second Person of the Trinity—fully human and fully divine—is fundamental to belief in His Eucharistic presence.

What to do about the 69% of Catholics who don’t believe in the Real Presence

They deserve our prayers, but maybe "fasting and a few other penitential acts."

Is this really Jesus? A primer on Christ in the Eucharist

Most Christians on the globe belong to a Church that believes in the Real Presence.

The amazing First Communion photos of 12 saints

Each of them loved the Eucharist, which fueled their holiness.

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