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Eucharist In different denominations

Discussion in 'Sacramental/Ordinance Theology' started by mathinspiration, Apr 15, 2019.

  1. mathinspiration

    mathinspiration Member

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    How is difference in Catholic, Orthodox and different Protestant denominations?
     
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  2. MariaJLM

    MariaJLM Crazy Cat Lady

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    In the Orthodox church it's literally the body and blood of Jesus Christ. This is similar to the Catholic view except that we use leavened bread while they do not.
     
  3. HTacianas

    HTacianas Well-Known Member

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    The Catholics, Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, and Assyrian Churches all hold that the bread and wine become the body and blood of Christ during the blessing.
     
  4. TuxAme

    TuxAme Quis ut Deus? Supporter

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    Well, the Eastern rite uses leaven. Us Latins don't.
     
  5. TuxAme

    TuxAme Quis ut Deus? Supporter

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    Catholics understand the Eucharist to be the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Christ. Though the accidents (appearances) remain bread and wine, the substance does not. It is changed into Christ Himself, and the one sacrifice of Calvary is made present to us.
     
  6. Mary Meg

    Mary Meg Active Member

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    Following.
     
  7. Anthony2019

    Anthony2019 "Only Me!" Supporter

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    Anglicans generally believe in the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist, although belief ranges from a corporeal presence to a pneumatic presence.
     
  8. Jonaitis

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  9. Monk Brendan

    Monk Brendan Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Properly, it's Eastern CHURCHES, whether Orthodox or in communion with Rome, not rites.

    And the Armenians use unleavened bread.
     
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