The Mystery of the Holy Eucharist

  • Sacred Art: Corpus Christi

    Dr. Ben Akers and Taylor Kemp sit down with different pieces of Sacred Art to discuss their theological meanings and how they can speak to us today.

  • Episode 1: Source and Summit (Part 2)

    Why does the Church call the Eucharist the "source and summit of the Christian life?" Dr. Brant Pitre introduces us to the Sacrament of the Eucharist and explores its various names—and how those names give insight into its meaning.

  • Who is worthy to receive the Eucharist?

    Jesus gives us Himself in the Sacrament of the Eucharist. This is such a special, unique, and life-changing gift. But it might make you wonder… Am I worthy to receive the Eucharist? In one sense, we’ll never be perfect, only Jesus is. But we can’t wait until we are perfectly worthy to receive the...

  • The Body and Blood of Christ by Dr. Scott Hahn

    In this informative Lighthouse Talk, Dr. Scott Hahn, a former Presbyterian minister, provides the Biblical basis for the Church's teaching on the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist and the significance of the Feast of Corpus Christi. It also gives us a greater understanding of our vocation ...

  • The Eucharist as Sacrifice and Communion

    Gathering around a meal is one of the most important human experiences. But there is one meal that stands out from the rest: the Eucharistic sacrifice of the Mass.

    Jesus sacrificed his life for us — and the Eucharist is how we receive that gift. Through the Eucharist, we partake in the Last Sup...

  • FORMED Now! The Feast of Corpus Christi

    Join Dr. Tim Gray and Dr. Ben Akers for a conversation on the centrality of the Eucharist in our lives and the great Feast of Corpus Christi.

  • Is Jesus really present in the Eucharist?

    If you believe God exists, the next question might be… where? God is present to us in many ways through creation, in our hearts through Baptism, and in the Word of God. There’s a very special way that God draws near to us in the Eucharist. The Catechism tells us that Jesus’ Eucharist presence is ...

  • FORMED Now! The Biblical Roots of the Eucharist

    Join Dr. Tim Gray and Dr. John Sehorn as they open up the scriptural roots of the Eucharist.

  • FORMED Now! Luke and the Eucharist

    Filmed live June 16, 2020.

    Join Dr. Tim Gray and Dr. John Sehorn as they dive into the joy of the Eucharist found in the Gospel of St. Luke the Evangelist.

  • How God is with us in the Eucharist

    One of the biggest questions we ask is, “Is God really with us?” Foreshadowed in the Old Testament, and established to bring us close to him, the Eucharist is God’s greatest gift to us. The Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian life. If we’re wondering where God is, if we’re feeling...

  • Eucharist In The Bible - Short Course

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  • Eucharistic Revival: The Eucharist is sacrifice and communion.

    Why do we take pictures of our food for social media? This episode enters into the mystery of the Eucharist- as sacrifice and communion. This is the first themed Unit for Real + True. It is inspired by the USCCB’s Eucharistic Revival that launches this summer. Take a listen as Emily and Edmund ex...

  • Godsplaining: The Eucharist

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    In this six-episode series, Dominicans Fr. Jacob Bertrand Janczyk, Fr. Patrick Briscoe, Fr. Gregory Pine, Fr. Bonaventure Chapman, and Fr. Joseph-Anthony Kress discuss the Most Holy Eucharist, in honor of the National Eucharistic Revival. The episodes are: 1) Renewal, 2) Doctrine, 3) Change, 4) L...

  • Saint Teresa of Calcutta and the Eucharist

    St. Teresa of Calcutta was a woman in love with Jesus. For her, Jesus was not divided. He said He would remain with us always, until the end of time. He kept that promise through his presence in the Holy Eucharist. He also said that whatever we did for the least of his brothers and sisters, we di...

  • Explore with the Miracle Hunter: Lanciano Eucharistic Miracle

    Journey to Lanciano, Italy, site of the first and greatest Eucharistic miracle in Christian history. In 750 A.D., a Basilian monk was celebrating Mass at the monastery of St. Longinus. Sensing his doubts during the Consecration, Our Lord allowed the manifestation of the Real Presence of His Body ...

  • How the Eucharist is "food for the journey"

    On the battlefield, on exciting adventures, and on long journeys, how we are sustained matters. But what about on the journey and adventure of life? How are we sustained in a “super-abundant way”? God has something life-changing in mind: the Eucharist.

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