@Anon118981: I can't guarantee one-syllable words, but maybe I can help you understand.
Nearly every Christian church has some form of the Holy Communion ritual. A ritual is a holy practice done on a regular basis.
Holy Communion remembers the sacrifice Jesus Christ made when He died on the cross. Christians believe He is God and came to earth to teach us to be like Him and so we could merit eternal life. No, he is not the god Bacchus, in any shape or form.
God's law specified in the Old Testament that blood atonement had to be made for sin, because we couldn't simply continue going on and screwing up in His eyes. A price had to be paid and before Jesus, that price was an animal, usually a lamb, goat, or pigeon or dove.
When Jesus came to earth, He became the perfect, voluntary sacrifice for our sins.
The night before He was crucified, he celebrated the Passover meal with his disciples. This always included breaking bread and drinking a ceremonial cup of wine. He said, "Do this in remembrance of me." So Christians have a ritual that remembers that holy night.
Communion is celebrated a little differently, depending on the church. In Catholic churches, it is celebrated every Sunday and is the center of the service. Scriptures are read, prayers are said, the priest offers a brief homily, or sermon, and the people recite the Communion responses. They then go to the altar and receive the bread and wine.
I'm a Methodist, and we do it a bit differently. We have it once a month in my church and go through our service as usual until the end. We then go to the worship section of our hymnals and begin by praying group prayers of confession and pardon. After we have said our responses, we go to the altar and receive the juice and bread. The prayers and responses are meant to prepare our hearts for the ritual and to help us get into a right place spiritually, because Holy Communion is the most sacred moment of time in any Christian church.
You can research communion rituals and can see the prayers and instructions. They are not secret or mysterious, and maybe reading them will help you better understand what is going on.
I hope this helps.