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Feeding Hungry Hearts – Celebrating the Eucharist

by Liguori Publications

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In this 45 minute four-part video, Father Joe Kempf invites each of us to look at this sacrament of the Eucharist--and how, together when we celebrate as a community of faith at Mass, we are receiving this phenomenal gift of the meal called Eucharist. Simply for any Catholic wanting to deepen their appreciation of the Eucharist and understanding of the Mass, or for study groups, personal reflection, new Catholics or RCIA participants, youth groups, young, middle-aged, or senior adults, this DVD walks us through the celebration of the Mass--and explains why we do what we do. Discovering how the Eucharist is a gift of great magnitude, we can open our hearts and our souls to the nourishment that we so need to be faithful Catholics and live our lives as Christ has asked. In his simple, heartfelt, and direct manner, Father Joe teaches the mystery of the real presence of Jesus Christ--the body, blood, soul, and divinity--in both the bread and in the wine--is a gift that we experience through faith. He invites us to open ourselves up to learning how to be present-to others and to ourselves--so that we might become present to Jesus Christ who is present to us in this Sacrament.
Running time: 45 min.
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