The reason the Word of God took on human form was so that we can share in the Divine nature of God through His Son Jesus Christ. The most important way this is done is through reception of the Holy Eucharist.
In order for us to be able to know God more intimately, God created His only begotten son through the blessed Virgin Mary. The Word of God took on human form in Jesus Christ the Son of God and second person of the Blessed Trinity.
The Holy Eucharist is the true and authentic body and blood of Jesus Christ offered through the form of unleavened consecrated bread and pure grape wine. Christ offered these gifts at the Last Supper so we can literally receive Christ in the Holy Eucharist as described in Jn 6:54-66 and Mt 26:17-29.
The Holy Eucharist completes the sacraments of initiation for Catholics. The grace that flows from the sacraments of initiation allow us to grow into an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. The most important of all the sacraments is the Holy Eucharist.
An important mission of the CBCI is to the formation of the religious educator in the foundational sources of the Catholic faith rooted in Sacred Scripture, Sacred Tradition and the Catechism of the Catholic Church.