Hello to all!
My (very Protestant) family wanted to take a trip down to a sort of “living Bible” exhibit that reconstructs the world of Jesus. I thought this sounded interesting, so I agreed to go. However, looking at the website, I see that it’s really more like a theme park than anything, with live shows and whatnot.
One of the shows is a live-action portrayal of the Last Supper. Apparently they give out wafers and wine (or grape juice - no idea) and you take communion with the actor who plays Jesus.
Is it illogical of me to be really upset by this? I mean, of course I have no intention of participating in this, but I’m uncomfortable with the idea of my family doing it. Is this not sacrament abusage? Should I have a talk with them? Am I overthinking this?
Edit: I should mention that the park is not affiliated with the Catholic Church (to my knowledge) and is owned by a company with Pentecostal/Charismatic affiliations.