The Baptism, Eucharist and Ministry document of the World Council of Churches, attempting to present the common understanding of the Eucharist on the part of the generality of Christians, describes it as “essentially the sacrament of the gift which God makes to us in Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit”, “Thanksgiving to the Father”, “Anamnesis or Memorial of Christ”, “the sacrament of the unique sacrifice of Christ, who ever lives to make intercession for us”, “the sacrament of the body and blood of Christ, the sacrament of his real presence”, “Invocation of the Spirit”, “Communion of the Faithful”, and “Meal of the Kingdom”. Drinking a “refreshing spiritual drink” from his spear wound. She would have orgasms whenever Jesus appeared to her. She was obsessed with the Holy Prepuce & claimed to have felt the foreskin of Jesus in her mouth and to have swallowed it over 100 times. Drawing done by Milo Manara
The Catholic Church teaches that once consecrated in the Eucharist, the elements cease to be bread and wine and become the “Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity” of Christ, “whole and entire” indeed under the species of bread, and of wine, via a conversion called transubstantiation. Each of which is accompanied by the other and by Christ’s soul and divinity, as long as the Eucharistic species subsist, that is, until the Eucharist is digested, physically destroyed, or decays by some natural process (at which point Aquinas argued that the substance of the bread and wine cannot return). The empirical appearance and physical properties (called the species or accidents) are not changed, but in the view of Catholics, the reality (called the substance) indeed is; hence the term transubstantiation to describe the phenomenon. The consecration of the bread (known as the Host) and wine represents the separation of Jesus’ Body from his Blood at Calvary. However, since he has risen, the Church teaches that his Body and Blood can no longer be truly separated. Where one is, the other must be. Therefore, although the priest (or extraordinary minister of Holy Communion) says “The Body of Christ” when administering the Host and “The Blood of Christ” when presenting the chalice, the communicant who receives either one receives Christ, whole and entire.
The Catholic Church sees as the main basis for this belief the words of Jesus himself at his Last Supper: the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew 26:26 28; Mark 14:22 24; Luke 22:19 20) and Saint Paul’s 1 Cor. 11:23 25) recount that in that context Jesus said of what to all appearances were bread and wine: “This is my body … this is my blood.” The Catholic understanding of these words, from the Patristic authors onward, has emphasized their roots in the covenantal history of the Old Testament. The interpretation of Christ’s words against this Old Testament background coheres with and supports belief in the Real presence of Christ in the Eucharist.
Kicked Out of Heaven Vol. III $54.00
The Untold History of The White Races Cir. 700 – 1700 a.d.
585 pages 720 pictures
- ISBN-10: 1943820074
- ISBN-13: 978-1943820078
Kicked Out of Heaven Vol. III is divided into 2 parts. The First part of this volume goes over The Catholic Church’s history during the Dark Ages & Medieval Times. These are a some of the things that are discussed: The Castrati (Castrated Boy Choir), Holy Blood & Organs, Jesus’s Holy Prepuce (Foreskin), The Penance & Anathema, The Fish Bishop, Saints that Levitate, The Incorruptible Saints, The Nun Manias, All Religious Holidays explained, The Heretics: The Luciferians, The Spanish Inquisition. The Second half of this book is a focus on the art of the times. These are the subjects reviewed: Monsters & Gargoyles, Castles & Knight Armory, More on Medicine & Magic, More on Werewolves, Demons & Hell, Over 100 Different Black Madonnas & Moorish Saints, The Catacomb Bone Churches, The Bejewelled Saints, Aliens, Astrology & Alchemy………………….
Fox News: Police say ‘Holy Spirit’ saved speeder from ticket.