What parts of the Mass does this occur in?
This is when taste occurs within the Sacrament of Eucharist
When we eat the communion, it doesn't taste very good or better yet doesn't taste like anything. But the taste of it really isn't what the church wants us to focus on
After eating the communion, many people receive different effects.
Some find that after eating and drinking the body and blood of Christ they feel some sort of satisfactions in their soul. While others don't see anything significant in it. People might not feel the presents or the changes the communion has on them but it happens.
To be exact there are five different powerful effects the body and blood have on us.
1. Strengthens our union with Christ
2. Strengthens our union with the Church
3. Encourages our prayer for the unity of all Christians
4. Separates us from sin
5. Commits us to the poor
Strengthens our union with Christ-
Eucharist gives us life
The Eucharist helps us to grow in the Christian life. Just as we need material food for growth and strength, so we need the spiritual food of the Eucharist to grow into the fullness of Christ during our entire lifetime.
Strengthens our union with the church-
Through our participation in the Eucharist, we are united more closely to Christ, and therefore our incorporation into the Church, which began at Baptism, is renewed and deepened. In Baptism we are called to form one body with the Church. The Eucharist fulfills this baptismal call.
Encourages our prayer for the unity of all Christians-
Unfortunately, all who are baptized in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit do not share a common table of the Lord in the Eucharist. We are called to pray for the full unity of all those who believe in Christ and have been baptized in him. We pray for unity with all of these Churches and faith communities.
Separates us from sin-
The Eucharist not only unites us to Christ but also cleanses us from past sin and preserves us from future sin, with our freedom and cooperation. We do not come to the Eucharist because we are perfect; we come because we need the nourishment of Christ and the forgiveness of our sins. The Eucharist, because it is a powerful sign of Christ’s sacrificial love for us, also preserves us from mortal sin.
Commits us to the poor-
At one time it was the custom to partake of the Body and Blood of Christ as part of an entire meal. This led to a situation in which people began bringing their own food to eat—with some having plenty while others had little. Saint Paul solved the immediate problem by telling everyone to eat at home! However, the root problem, lack of charity and love—for God, for our neighbors, and for our brothers and sisters in Christ—can be solved only by sharing our time, talent, and treasure with one another and with those in need.