Mass is a very important Sacrament for Catholics. Holy Communion can be received once a Catholic has taken their First Holy Communion.
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Communion is the act of receiving the Body and Blood of Christ as regular food for and celebration of our Christian Life. It is the point, the gift, and the call, of the first two sacraments of Initiation, our Baptism and Confirmation into the life of the risen Christ in his Spirit. In taking part in Communion we also express our common belief in Jesus Christ and everything that His Church teaches.
At the Last Supper Jesus gave his disciples his Body and Blood in the form of bread and wine taken, blessed, broken and shared. He does the same for his disciples each day in the bread and wine taken, blessed, broken and transformed through the power of the Holy Spirit into His Body and Blood, which are shared in the celebration of the Eucharist, or Mass.
As our Bread of Life, Communion is shared each day in the Mass. As the Body and Blood of Christ, Communion brings us into his presence each day. As a sharing in his Body and Blood Communion builds us, the gathered church, into his continued presence and mission in our world today. The challenge is to become what we eat.
Taken from The Faith Of The Catholic Church a CTS Publication
163. What is the Eucharist?
The Eucharist is the Sacrament of Christ’s Body and Blood instituted at the Last Supper. It perpetuates the sacrifice of the cross for all time. It completes the process of Christian initiation begun by Baptism and developed and developed by Confirmation by enabling the Christian to share in Christ’s own sacrifice and life. It is the life giving food for the Christian’s journey.