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This slideshow consists of different artistic expressions of Eucharist. This may help inspire one of your RE assessment pieces in term three.

Last Supper Video

Passover/Pesach


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    • It’s celebrated in Spring, it’s a Jewish celebration and they remember the past of what happened to Egypt.
      They share special food, Bread and wine.
      Its the 15th day of the month.

    • The Passover starts 15 day of the month of Mesa. The Passover took place in the spring so they celebrate Passover in spring.

    • I know that at a passover we share food with each other like Jesus did with his deciples at the last supper. We also share stories. We eat special foods and bread. We also drink wine. There is a leader that reads the story and breaks the bread. The passover is really special for Jews.

    • What I know about the passover is;it was the name of the meal they had the night before Jesus got nailed to the cross, they didn’t just do it the night before the crusifiction, they did it every year and the main food and drink they had was bread and wine.

    • I know that it’s a Jewish celebration, begins on the 15th day of the month, the Jewish call it Pesach, it is celebrated in spring and families gather together and celebrate!

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    • on the celebration of passover the hebrews
      celebrate there freedom and remember the deaths of the egyptians.
      by Tyson

    • On the celebration of passover a family comes together to celebrate the freedom of the hebrews, and to remember the death of the egyptians. The family share a meal together. There is wine, special food, bitter herbs, saltwater to dip them in and unleavened bread. The bitter herbs represent the bitterness of slavery, the saltwater represents the tears that the hebrews shed and the unleavened bread stands for the bread that the slaves took with them, without letting it rise when they were set free. There is a special book that tells the story of the passover. While the book is read someone dips drops of red wine on to a napkin,like the blood on the houses of the slaves.

      • Great response, Elena. You clearly understood the story. Remember to use capital letters for the names of peoples and special celebrations (e.g. Hebrews, Passover). Well done 🙂

    • The passover is a very special celabration that jewish people celebrate when Moses saved them by being slaves.Moses saved them by praying to God. God parted the red sea so Moses could go through to the promised land

    • We celebrate the passover at a particular time because that is the time when the Hebrew people escaped the Egyptians. We eat bread that isn’t ready because when the pharo said “you can go” they were making bread but they left immediately without finishing their bread. Jesus was 33 when he celebrated his last passover. When we have the eucharist we share the story of passover. We eat bittered herbs to know how the Hebrew people felt. The pharo said “GO” because of the plagues that were happening. Moses led the Hebrew people out of Egypt and across the red sea.

    • What I know about Passover ( or Pesach ) is they have wine, bitter herbs, potato dipped insalt water and unleavened bread. Each person at the table would have a small book with the story of passover/Exodus.

    • I know that Jewish people celabrate Exodus by siting around a table sharing the storie of Exodus eating flat bread and wine.They dip a potato in liquid before the meal.

    • I know about passover is that the put wine onto there plates when it is passover.I also know that they remember what happen on the day passover started.

    • Passover is celebrated in
      spring jewish people celebrate it, it is a sacrated time for the jewish people they remember the past time in eygpt when they where saved by god and moses.
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  1. Question: How do you think the celebration of Passover (or Pesach) links to the Catholic celebration of the Sacrament of Eucharist?

    • I think it links to the catholic celebration because families have passover and speacil meals like the hebrews they normaly have wine and shared stories like some families do. Passover is part of celebration also because of you remember the meal Jesus shared with his friends he welcome people and share food. I think its like jesus had a meal and he pass it on to people to share. 😛

    • We think the Passover is linked to Catholic celebrations because, we both eat unleavened bread and drink wine and because Jesus celebrated the Passover because he was Jewish.

    • I think it links because of the bread and wine. In Eacharist we eat and drink the bread and wine and that is what they did in the Passover.

    • Because this celabration is about the Passover, and this story is in the Bible. And I think this is part of religion.

    • Passover is like the last supper where you eat the bread and drink the wine and talk about the pass that’s why I think it’s called passover dont you think it is Mrs.Rutherford.

    • I think they are alike because they both have wine,bread, someone reads a story and they both are celebrated

    • I think that the story of passover is linked to eucharist because in both of them you eat something, you drink something, those 2 things are both included in the meal, the bread and wine. Also, hebrews were helped by God and believed in him, and catholics believe in God as well, and both of them have bread and wine. As well as that, the familys that celebrate passover remember the story and read it out of a book, and we remeber the story at church, and read it out of a bible.

    • I think it links to the catholic Eucharist because at passover, you have wine, bread and you all celebrate something special together.

    • I think passover is linked to catholic because they drink wine and they eat bread.I also think passover links to catholic because they have like a party it reminds me of the last supper

    • At Eucharist and passover they both include unleavened bread and wine. They both share stories and we pray at both events. At Eucharist we remember Jesus and Jesus participated in many passovers.

    • Question: How do you think the celebration of Passover (or Pesach) links to the Catholic celebration of the Sacrament of Eucharist?

      I think the celebration of Passover links to Catholic celebration of the Sacrament of Eucharist because they eat bread and wine at the passover and you also eat bread and wine at the euacharist. By Kristine.

      I think the celebration of Passover links to a happy and sad time. The happy time is that the hebrews are safe the sad news is that the egyptians die but it is ok because the egyptians are bad people. by John-Robert 🙁 🙂

      • i know that Jewish people celabrate at the table with bread and wine and they share a story at the table to. and the jewish people live in egupt to. and jewish people are special people. the end!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! by lauren petkovic

  2. I know that they need to dip the potato in the salty water, they also sit on soft chairs and,then or before they eat, they have to read this book of the 14 steps about the Egytains.They have to drink the wine and bread for the memory of The Last Supper. After the feast, I think the kids have to find something. They also have to eat bitter herbs

  3. I think there the same because when you have passover you say hello when they come & you tell stories and sometimes eat & drink bread & wine. 😛

  4. In home i read a chinses Bible every night and i preety like this story, and I don’t know many about english bible story because im not good at english.

  5. Passover is a time where you have a special dinner and have bread and wine.It is also a time where you can get very emotional and will feel quite sad.It’s a time where people die and you can never get them back,a time where you wish you could but you can’t.So as you see passover is a very sad part of live.:(

    • I olso think that the most inportant part of passover is when they share the story of exodus.

  6. Of course I think that they are linked together because they have the four parts in them the begining the litugy of the word and the liturgy of the eucharist and last but not list THE END!!!

  7. In home I always pray when my Mum is not feelling very well,and I am not always pray in home, and i like to pray every day in home.

  8. I think that the ‘Free Rice’ game is really great! I was on just before, gave 2,000 grains of rice to the poor, yet I practised these subjects; english vocabulary, geography, multiplication, italian and world flags!!!!!

    It is a great game and I recommend it to others, and as I made up, ‘ learn more and HELP POOR!’ 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀

  9. Passover was the night before Jesus was crusified.
    It was the first time Jesus blessed the bread and wine to his body and blood. 🙂 🙂

  10. Hi Mrs.Rutherford!!!At school today we were learning about Nancy Wake a famous well nown woman soldier who fighted in war. she was very brave and also some of the woman soldier were nurses and doctors. Nancy Wark killed a guard with her own hands!!!WOW!See you at school! From Imogen BYE!!

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