Jesus' Divine Actions of taking, blessing, breaking and giving' at the Last Supper are the centre and the substance of every Eucharistic celebration. Though many, these actions -taking, blessing, breaking and giving- are considered theologically as a single event that instituted the Eucharist. Through this Divine Action, Jesus is fully present in the consecrated bread and wine. It was not limited to the time of its occurrence at the Last Supper rather; it is a divine process that continues eternally through the mystery of the Eucharist. The persistent celebration of the Eucharist, through the continuation of Jesus' Divine Action, gives life to the Church.