1420-1421. The two Sacraments of Healing. Introduction to Reconciliation (Confession or Penance) and Anointing (Sacrament of the Sick). The seriousness of sin. Sickness of the soul more serious in the eyes of God than sickness of the body. 62 minutes.
1373-1381. The Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist by the power of his word and the Holy Spirit. Fr Guy looks at these paragraphs of the Catechism and compares them to Pope Paul VI’s Encyclical Letter, Mysterium Fidei. 79 minutes.
1362-1372. The sacrificial memorial of Christ and of his Body, the Church. The holy Eucharist is the memorial of Christ’s Passover. It is one single sacrifice. As the body of Christ, the Church is united to this perpetual sacrifice. 80 minutes.
1356-1362. The Sacramental Sacrifice of the Eucharist. Thanksgiving and praise to God the Father. We continue our series of talks on the Catechism after our summer break. In this talk Fr Guy de Gaynesford begins to explore the the Eucharist as sacrifice,a key element of our Eucharistic faith which he will continue to examine in the coming weeks. 53 minutes
1333-1336. The Eucharist in the Economy of Salvation. The signs of bread and wine. Sacrifice in the Old Testament – sacrifices for sin and communion sacrifices. Fr Guy explains the profound unity between the Old and the New Testament in this Sacrament. 76 minutes