Many Catholics have raised complaints about the form and nature of celebrating the Mass. These complaints prompted the author to go into this study on how to help Christians understand and celebrate the Eucharist meaningfully. Since the Eucharist is the ‘source and summit of Christian life,'' it has to be well rooted into their culture so that it does not appear foreign to them. Eucharistic Inculturation is the means to achieve this goal. Celerbrating Mass helps us recall the gesture of thanks that Christ gave before His death and resurrection. Breaking the bread, we also recall how Christ was broken to give us eternal life. Thus we celebrate his resurrection and our new life in Heaven. This book is meant for all Catholics to enable them to celebrate the Eucharist meaningfully and actively. It will be helpful to those studying for priesthood, lecturers in theology and liturgy at universities and seminaries. Christians from different denominations can benefit from the findings of this book because Eucharistic Inculturation aims at uniting Christians together. The Eucharist is for our spiritual nourishment and eternal life. Let''s receive it with thanks. CHRIST LIVES AND WE SHALL LIVE!