Chapter 15 &16 Study Guide1. Passover is an important feast that Jewish people celebrate. During this holy time, they gather to share a special meal. At this meal they say prayers and blessings. 2. On the night before Jesus died, Jesus was with his disciples for Passover. 3. The meal Jesus shared with his disciples on the night before he died is called The Last Supper. At this meal the bread and wine became the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ. 4. At the last supper Jesus told his disciples to remember what he had said and done. 5. The Eucharist is the sacrament of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ. 6. In the sacrament of the Eucharist, the bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Christ. This is done through the power of the Holy Spirit and through the words and actions of the priest. 7. The word Eucharist means “to give thanks”. 8. The celebration of the Eucharist is called the Mass. 9. At mass we remember and celebrate what Jesus did at the Last Supper. 10. Holy Communion is receiving the Body and Blood of Christ. 11. A sacrifice is an offering of a gift to God. 12. The word offer means “to give” or “to present”. 13. Jesus offered the greatest sacrifice of all time. He died on the cross to save us from sin and to bring us new life. 14. Sunday is a special day because it is the Lord’s Day. Jesus rose to new life on this day. 15. The Mass is the greatest way to worship God. 16. An assembly is the community of people who join together for the celebration of the Mass. 17. A priest leads the assembly in this celebration. 18. Be familiar with Jesus’ miracle about feeding the thousands. Jesus was talking to many people. The people were listening for a long time. They were getting hungry. Jesus’ apostle found a child who had 5 loaves of bread and 2 fish. Jesus gave thanks to God and told the disciples to hand out the food. There was enough to feed the 5,000 people.
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