Essay on The Feast Of The Eucharist

1020 Words Sep 1st, 2016 5 Pages
The Eucharist is very significant to Catholics, as the Eucharist is the Body of Christ, which Catholics receive; allowing Jesus to be a part of them for the upcoming week, guiding and aiding them through life’s temptations and obstacles. This poster displays how the Eucharist is significant to Catholics, and why the people of Liverpool should consider it to be essential to their lives.

The picture of the Eucharist, situated in the middle of the poster, as the salient image, with the words, “The Eucharist”, displayed above it, shows what exactly the Eucharist is. This image is the literal representation of the Eucharist, for the people who do not know what the Eucharist is. By looking at this image, these people are seeing an insight into what the Eucharist truly is. “The Lord said, ‘For seven days you must not eat any bread made with yeast—eat only unleavened bread.” (Exodus 12:15) This quote, said by Jesus, gives instructions on how the Eucharist was to be eaten during their Passover festival. In remembrance of this, Catholics receive the unleavened bread (The Host) on the seventh day of the week, instead of having it seven days straight. The Host is unleavened, following the instructions that Jesus gave us.

The delineations surrounding the salient image of the Eucharist, are symbols used to represent the Eucharist. The Host and Chalice (Wine) at the top two corners are the physical representation of the sacrament of the Eucharist. The Host and Chalice, are both received…

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