1. What event does the Jewish Passover recall and celebrate?
The events that are recalled and celebrated by the Jewish people are the 10 plagues that God sent on the land of Egypt. The 10 Plagues are: the river Nile was turned into blood, Egypt was overrun by frogs, Dust turned into lice, a swarm of flies came to Egypt, All Egyptian livestock died, Egyptian got boils, The worst hailstorm in Egyptian history struck, A swarm of Locust at all the Egyptian’s crops, Egypt came into total darkness and, the firstborn of all the household of Egypt died. The Israelites recall eating the lamb they slaughtered with the unleavened bread. They also celebrate the Angel of death “passed-over” the houses of the Israelites.
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What does the belief in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist refer to?
The real presences of Christ in the Eucharist refer to the change that Catholics believe would happen in the inner nature of the consecrated bread and wine even though the appearance of the bread and wine does not change. The inner natures of the bread and wine becomes the body and blood of Christ and that Christ is really under the presence of the bread and wine.
13. The Second Vatican Council tells us that the Eucharist is the "source and summit of the Christian life". Explain what you think this means.
The Second Vatican Council tells us that the Eucharist is the “source and summits of the Christian life”, this is because they emphasise the real presence of Jesus under the appearance of the bread and wine as well as the priest who celebrates the Eucharist, the Scriptures that are read aloud, and in the gathered community. The Eucharist was described as a holy meal of the community by the Second Vatican Community. I also firmly believe that the Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian life because when receiving the “body and blood of Christ” we are coming closer to freedom and deliverance Jesus gave