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Fr. Barron offers inspiring insights into the mystery of Christ's presence in our lives and the centrality of the Eucharist as an important part of that presence. So many believers do not understand the mystery of the Eucharist, which Vatican II said is the source and summit of the Christian life. This fresh look at the Eucharist brings to light its reality as sacred meal, the sacrifice necessary for communion with God and the real presence of Christ.
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These three parts all delve deeply into the meaning of the Eucharist for Catholics, and deal strongly with its Biblical basis, especially looking at its foretelling and relation to the Old Testament, and then on to the New.
I found that most of the first two parts were new to me in regards to previous material from Fr Barron, and I learned a lot from them. However, for those that have seen the Catholicism Series, a lot of the third part will not be so new. Of course this does not detract from the message at all, as of course these points are very important.
All in all, this is a very good DVD on the Catholic theological understanding of the Eucharist for anyone wanting to understand the Church's teaching on this sacrament, and to delve deeper into the Biblical basis for such a belief.
WELL WORTH THE TIME LETTING FATHER BARRON LEAD YOU THROUGH THIS IMPORTANT DISCUSSION.
There is no Communion without Sacrifice, & Sacrifice involves Pain. See before the Fall, there was Communion, we lived in easy fellowship with the Lord. But after the Fall we'd become off-kiltered. Lost our way. Our powers internally and externally had become compromised. It's very difficult for us to maintain Communion because we are always fighting against our interior problems, fighting against sin. For in a World-Gone-Wrong, you've got to expect Sacrifice. There's got to be some Pain involved as we are wrenched back onto line, when we become properly aligned in Communion with the Lord.