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Good News, 2527

Law, 1956

Revelation, 38

as the cause of the obscured and

disfigured knowledge of God, 286

consequences of man’s, 844

inclination to error and its origin, 1707,

1714

Jesus’ atonement for our faults, 615

in judgment, 1786, 1790‑94, 1799, 1801

lying in order to lead into, 2483, 2485

purification from, 856, 2825

teaching of the faith and defense of it

against, 250

Eschatology

, 676, 1186, 2771, 2776

.

See also

Death; Life: eternal life;

Fullness; Hell; Judgment; Paradise

Eternity

, 33, 488, 679

Ethics.

See

Education

Eucharist

, 1322‑1419

as an act of thanksgiving, 1359

as a memorial, 1357, 1362

as presence, 1373‑75

as sacrifice, 1362‑72

as source and summit of Church life,

1324

See also

Consecration; Sacrament(s);

Transubstantiation

effects of the Eucharist

cleanses and separates us from sin,

1393‑95, 1436, 1846

commits us to the poor, 1397

communicates the mystery of

the communion of the Holy

Trinity, 950, 2845

establishes the community of

believers, 805, 1396, 2637

as a foretaste of the future life,

1000, 1326, 1402‑05, 1419

as growth in Christian life, 1392,

1397, 1644

as an increase of the grace received

in Baptism, 1392

as the source of conversion and

penance, 1436

as spiritual food, 1212, 1275, 1436,

2837

transforms man through Christ,

1074

unites with Christ, 790, 1003, 1391

unites Christians, 1398

unites with the heavenly liturgy,

1370

we participate in Christ’s sacrifice,

1322

Eucharistic celebration

commanded by Jesus, 1341‑44,

1356

elements in the Mass

anaphora, 1352‑54

collection, 1351

communion, 1355, 1382, 1570

epiclesis, 1105, 1353

fundamental structures, 1346

gathering of the Christian

faithful, 1348

Liturgy of the Word, 1349

presentation of the gifts, 1350

Eucharistic communion

access to Eucharist prohibited,

1650

first Holy Communion, 1244

frequency of, 1388‑89

minister of, 1411

necessary preparation for

receiving, 1385‑87

requirements for receiving,

1355, 1415

sacrilege against, 2120

under two species, 1390

Eucharistic signs

altar, 1383

bread and wine, 1333‑35

Liturgy of the Word because of the

impossibility of celebrating the

Eucharist, 2183

necessity of the Eucharist and

receiving Communion, 1384

participation in, 2042, 2181‑82

place for celebration of, 1180‑81

places reserved for, 1181, 1379

Sunday, 2177, 2181

and the unity of Christians, 838,

1398‑1401

history of the Eucharist

ancient celebration of the Lord’s

Day, 1342‑43, 2178

Mass of all ages, 1345

origins of the Eucharistic

celebration, 2176

prefigurings of the Eucharist, 1094,

1335