Tag Archives: Last Supper

How to Explain Why Only Catholics Can Receive Communion

Conneaut, Ohio. Thanks for helping me, Chris. You heard me struggling. I appreciate it. Listening on WMIH radio, Chris, you are on with Fr. Vincent Serpa. Great. Thanks Father, thank you for being there for us. My wife was raised anti-Catholic Her parents blend evangelical, in order to justify themselves, they became anti-Catholic, and now… Read More »

The Jewish Passover Seder, The Last Supper and The Roman Catholic Mass

For millennia, the Jewish people have celebrated the Passover Seder— a biblically mandated meal that commemorates the emancipation of the ancient Israelites from Egyptian bondage. The Passover meal has many unique symbols, songs and rituals. The table is typically set with festive candles, a Kiddush cup, wine and matzo. On a special plate are symbolic… Read More »

Roman Catholic Mass Explained iPad app, Interactive Journey into Catholic Liturgy

What I love about Mass… What I love about the Mass… …is the sense of community. …is its universality. You know, for me, the Mass is all about tradition. Jesus said, “do this in memory of me,” and we’ve been doing that for over 2000 years. I go on Sunday, but some of the people… Read More »