In the Eucharist, the heart of the Church’s life, the Church shares in the sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving made by Christ to the Father on the cross. When we receive Holy Communion, we receive the body and blood of Christ, who is really and truly present under the forms of bread and wine. Such communion increases our love for God. It also strengthens the unity of the Church, also called the Body of Christ.
We have all heard the saying, “Faith is caught, not taught!” This tries to convey the idea that it is through our lifestyle and attitude towards faith that our children’s faith will develop and grow.
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