Lords Supper


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Lord's′ Sup′per


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FOR THE second time in three years, Pope Francis celebrated the Mass of the Lords Supper on Holy Thursday-one of the most important rites in the Catholic Churchs most important season-inside a prison.
Their belief is based on the conviction that the rite is a reenactment of the institution of the priesthood; and since only men can be priests, only adult males can have their feet washed by the priest during the Mass of the Lords Supper.
The Eucharist, Mass, Lords Supper all names for the Lord Jesus's service recall his life and sacrificial death and his victory over sin and pain and death itself.