- Eucharist: Sacred Meal, Sacrifice, Real Presence (Bible Study)
- By Bishop Robert Barron
- Gain a deeper understanding of the true meaning of the Eucharist
- Inspiring insights into the Church's most precious gift
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.
Father 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.”
Available as DVD (item # 400510) or CD (item # 3330971)
Study Guide: A companion guide for either the Eucharist DVD or CD, which will enhance your understanding of and interaction with Father Barron’s presentation on the most Holy Sacrament.
The Eucharist Study Guide can be used individually or as part of a group faith formation program. The program can be presented in five (90-minute) sessions.
Each section provides four or five ""Questions for Understanding"" with references from Scripture and from the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Each section also provides four or five ""Questions for Reflection,"" which will help you reflect on how Father Barron’s message is relevant to your own life and experiences.
The Study Guide is divided into five sections, which correspond to the sections of Father's presentation:
- Introduction: A Deeper Look at the Eucharist,
- Eucharist as Sacred Meal
- Eucharist as Sacrifice
- Real Presence, Part I
- Real Presence, Part II
Leader Guide includes:
- Facilitator guide
- Five lessons
Take a deeper look at the “source and summit” of our Faith, the Eucharist. Fr. Barron brings to light the Blessed Sacrament’s reality as a sacred meal, the sacrifice necessary for communion with God, and most importantly, as the Real Presence of Christ.
There are six sessions. Each session time is 90 minutes.
- DVD - 77 minutes
- CD - 75 minutes
- Study Guide – 36 pages
- Leader Guide – 72 pages