Hello Netizen, Thank you for passing by at my site.This is my first post for what they said “Put God first!” The Blessed Sacrament which is located at the back of Holy Rosary Parish Church was renovated. It has a very solemn look and the fountain at the garden really sound nice. A very relaxing moment when talking to our Lord. Most of the people in Angeles City visit here everyday. You can also buy religious item near this place. There is a small store beside the comfort room which you can buy from.
According to WiKi:
The Blessed Sacrament, or the Body and Blood of Christ, is a devotional name used in the Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Catholic Churches, Old Catholic, Anglican, and Lutheran churches, to refer to the Host or prosphora and Eucharistic wine after it has been consecrated in the sacrament of the Eucharist. Christians in these traditions believe in the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharistic elements of the bread and wine and some of them, therefore, practice Eucharistic reservation and Eucharistic adoration. This belief is based on interpretations of biblical scripture and tradition. The Roman Catholic understanding is defined by numerous church councils including the Fourth Lateran Council and the Council of Trent and is quoted in the Catechism of the Catholic Church (which explains the meaning of Transubstantiation).
The Blessed Sacrament may be received by Catholics who have undergone the First Holy Communion (i.e., given by a priest or Deacon orExtraordinary Minister of Holy Communion to a Catholic, and immediately consumed by the communicant) as part of the Liturgy of the Eucharist during Mass. The soul of the person receiving the Eucharist should be in a “state of grace,” i.e., have no mortal sin on their soul at the time of communion (Matt 5:23-24).
The Blessed Sacrament can also be exposed (displayed) on an altar in a Monstrance. Rites involving the exposure of the Blessed Sacrament include Benediction and Eucharistic adoration. According to Catholic theology, the host, after the Rite of Consecration, is no longer bread, but the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Christ, who is transubstantiated in it. Catholics know that Jesus is the sacrificialLamb of God prefigured in the Old Testament Passover. Unless the flesh of that passover sacrificial lamb was consumed, the members of the household would not be saved from death. As the Passover was the Old Covenant, so the Eucharist became the New Covenant. (Matt 26:26-28), (Mark 14:22-24), (Luke 22: 19-20), and (John 6:48-58)