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The Sacrament of the Eucharist stands at the heart of the Catholic faith as a profound expression of divine love and the pinnacle of Christian life. Instituted by Jesus Christ during the Last Supper, it commemorates His sacrifice on the Cross and embodies the real presence of Christ in the form of bread and wine. As both a sacrament and a sacrifice, the Eucharist is a source of spiritual nourishment and grace, uniting believers not only with Christ but also with each other as the Body of Christ. It is celebrated in the liturgy of the Mass, where the faithful participate in the Paschal Mystery of Jesus, experiencing His death and resurrection. The Eucharist, often called the "source and summit of the Christian life," deepens the communion with God and strengthens the bonds of the Church community