Transubstitute

As a child at church, this notion of transubstantiation. Host in the Catholic service was the actual body of Christ. Direct receipt of the spirit, premised on “I am not worthy to receive You”, as part of the service.

Thought that the Catholic church did away with transubstantiation. Wrong, Find this out when reading “Transubstantiation for beginners“. Still the spirit transcendent, through the Host.

Still not worthy
Maybe not as empty

Where Host refers to the victim

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One Response to Transubstitute

  1. “Ego non sum dignus est” I think were the words in Latin. And that is the whole point of it. We are not worthy, none of us, but God reached out to us anyway, through the gift of His son. On our own, none of us is worthy, but thanks to Jesus we can approach God and have a relationship with Him.

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