In the heart of Quebec City is a church called Our Lady of the Victories. It was built to commemorate two victories won by the French over the British in 1690 and 1711. But, these victories were not long lasting. Eventually, the British defeated the French and Canada has been British ever since. The Lord’s Supper commemorates a victory — one that has had lasting impact in every century since. It is not only a monument to a great eternal victory, but it is a living memorial.