This weekend we celebrate the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ, and this year we do so with greater joy because after a long time we can celebrate the Eucharist together again. But the Eucharist is not just about going to mass and receiving Holy Communion; it must be translated into commitment for others. In Christ’s words by feeding the hungry, giving drink to the thirsty, and more. As Pope Francis reminds us, this is the basis on which judgment will take place (see Mt 25: 31-46). In this series of two articles, we learn how for two Maltese youths this call led them to protest in front of Parliament. You might not fully agree with the actions of these two young people, but how do you live the Eucharist in your life today?