A meal like no other

Sánchez, Patricia
May 2012
National Catholic Reporter;5/25/2012, Vol. 48 Issue 16, p29
The author discusses the importance of affirming the gift of Jesus in the forms of bread and wine as authentic and necessary food because food was regarded as God's life-sustaining gift and the sharing of food with others was tantamount to sharing God's life together.


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