The Eucharist

How do we know that Christ is truly present?

A recent Pew Research Center survey revealed that two-thirds (66%) of U.S. Catholics do not believe in transubstantiation, the idea that during the Mass, the bread and wine become Jesus Christ’s body and blood (The Eucharist). While this is a fundamental teaching of the Catholic Church, it can be difficult to understand. However, God, through Sacred Scripture, provides us with many verses that can provide us with a deeper understanding of this mystery.  


Come join us as we strengthen our faith through an exploration of the Biblical origins of the Eucharist. We will use the wonderful Augustine Institute video series on the Eucharist and each participant will receive an in-depth study guide to keep. We strongly encourage you to attend all 10 sessions, however, if you need to miss one or two, that is completely fine.

Cost:               $10 per person to help cover the cost of the purchased materials

To register for a session, please click on the sign up genius next to the day/location below you would like to attend.

Dates:             Wednesdays (October 9th – December 11th

Location:        Saint Thomas Aquinas Lower Church

Time:              7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.



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Wednesday sessions

Dates:             Sundays (October 6th – December 15th

Location:        St. Basil Chapel Community Room

Time:              11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.



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