I’ve been reading the material on the website bridegroompress called Scriptural Catholicism. It is great for referencing scriptural support for our main doctrines.
However, in the Eucharist section, author Steven Kellmeyer defines the term rememberence (anamnesis) as this:
The Passover meal is shared “in remembrance.” The word used for “remembrance” is “anamnesis,” which means “to make present.” For a first-century Jew, the Passover, through faith, unites every present participant to the participants in the original Passover; they become one Chosen People through this sacrifice. Christ commands remembrance in a Passover context, as God commanded it of all Jews at the first Passover. Note that the Last Supper is the only time Christ uses the word “covenant” in all four Gospels.
In my search of this term, I have not found this definition. Where is he coming up with this?