November 10, 2013 | by Father Matera
The Eucharist is the third sacrament of Christian Initiation, the other two being Baptism and Confirmation. But unlike Baptism and Confirmation, which can only be received once, the Eucharist can and should be received often, weekly and even daily. Whereas Baptism is our participation in the Lord’s death and resurrection and whereas Confirmation is the moment we are sealed by the Holy Spirit, the Eucharist is the sacrament by which we enter into an intimate communion with the crucified and risen Lord who is our life and our salvation. Click the title to read more.