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Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist

Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist

Unlocking the Secrets of the Last Supper

by Brant Pitre

In "Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist", Bible scholar Brant Pitre explores the ancient Hebrew traditions to unlock the original meaning of the Last Supper.
Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist: A Book Excerpt

Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist: A Book Excerpt

By Brant Pitre

Read Chapter One from Brant Pitre's new book exploring the Jewish Roots of the Last Supper.

Pitre Responds to Reviewers Questions

Pitre Responds to Reviewers Questions

By Elizabeth Scalia

Closing our discussion on "Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist", Brant Pitre addresses two interesting questions.

Braving Rabbinic Waters to Reveal Body and Blood

Braving Rabbinic Waters to Reveal Body and Blood

By Max Lindenman

A study of ancient rabbinic writing marries ancient Presences to new, and exposes the constancy of God's self-revelation; it is always in the Bread.

The Jewish Roots of the Eucharist: An Interview with Author Brant Pitre

The Jewish Roots of the Eucharist: An Interview with Author Brant Pitre

By Elizabeth Scalia

Our 21st-century understanding of Jesus' words and teachings is greatly enhanced when placed into the context of 1st-century Judaism.

For I Was Blind but Now I See

For I Was Blind but Now I See

By Julie Davis

Happy Catholic is even happier after reading Brant Pitre's "Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist", and encountering ancient context.

Behold! The Manna, the Bread from Heaven that Ever Was

Behold! The Manna, the Bread from Heaven that Ever Was

By Simcha Fisher

Self-described "Hebrew Catholic" Simcha Fisher finds that a constancy of exchange between God and humanity, is always, always in the Bread.

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