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Christ Is Present In More Than the Eucharist! Comments

Real Presence is NOT limited to the Eucharist.  There are "four modes" of Real Presence: Christ is present not only in the Liturgy of the Eucharist but also in the Liturgy of the Word, the priest who celebrates, and in the people gathered together during the Mass. In pointing to these other modes of Real Presence, I am neither trying to pit the contemplative against the communal, nor create a dichotomy where one does not exist, nor deny the ... Continue Reading

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  1. Janine
    1 year ago

    Typical V2 confusion... The term "Real Presence" should be used to refer only to the substantial presence of the sacred species (body, blood, soul, and divinity). Otherwise we should be genuflecting to one another.

  2. abey
    1 year ago

    Christ the sacrificial lamb is come as the final & perfect atonement called the sin offering, fulfilling the sacrifice instituted by the Covenant, He the very Covenant by the faith to the fulness. For there never was one before Him neither will there be another one after Him, for unto God there is only one Covenant, Him to all of mankind, against the error of some Evangelicals & others claiming different covenants for the Jew & Gentile, is but the same Covenant in the continuation come as the old & the new.


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