Catholics are called *Eucharistic People.* Find out what this title means and its connection with giving thanks. Listen as Richaél Lucero shares her top three tips to cultivating a Eucharistic heart and living it with purpose.
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—Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you. 1 Thes 5:18
—If you love me, keep my commandments. John 14:15
—Mary’s Magnificat Luke 1:46-55
—1360 The Eucharist is a sacrifice of thanksgiving to the Father, a blessing by which the Church expresses her gratitude to God for all his benefits, for all that he has accomplished through creation, redemption, and sanctification. Eucharist means first of all “thanksgiving.”
—2781 We give him thanks for having revealed his name to us, for the gift of believing in it, and for the indwelling of his Presence in us.
—2604 The Giver is more precious than the gift; he is the “treasure”…
—2062 Following the commandments is acknowledgement and homage given to God as a form of worship and thanksgiving.
—1103 In the Liturgy of the Word the Holy Spirit “recalls” to us all that Christ has done for us.
—“Thanks is the highest form of thought.” G.K. Chesterton