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Corpus Christi

Corpus Christi means "body of Christ". This feast day celebrates the true presence of our Lord Jesus Christ in the sacrament of the Eucharist - body, blood, soul, and divinity. Corpus Christi was traditionally celebrated the Thursday after Trinity Sunday, but in the United States it is celebrated the following Sunday.

Corpus Christi Year A

The readings for Corpus Christi Year A focus on the Eucharist. So the Blessed Sacrament is the focus for this feast day. We can focus on how it brings us together and gives us strength Here are some ideas for this weekend

Corpus Christi Year B

The readings for the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ - Corpus Christi Year B give background for the notion of sacrifice and explain why we call Jesus the Lamb of God. So the Blessed Sacrament is the main theme for this feast day along with the notion of self-giving. Here are some suggested activities for this date.

Corpus Christi Year C

The readings for Corpus Christi Year C focus on Jesus Christ, our high priest, who sustains us with is very being. This is a time to talk about the Eucharist and also the priesthood.

Understanding the Book of Revelation

Understanding the Book of Revelation can be difficult. Every time we participate in the Eucharistic celebration we are actually taking part in a liturgy where heaven intersects with earth.

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