Transubstantiation: Defending The Eucharist

Transubstantiation is something that is often misunderstood by our Protestant friends. To be honest, there are some Catholics who need a refresher as well. William Albrecht recently joined me to discuss all things Transubstantiation. We discuss examples from scripture, the church fathers, and councils. He gives us a lot of great information to better understand... Continue Reading →

The Cathars and Transubstantiation

The Cathars are another famous sect in history that denied the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist.  The Cathars were dualists as they believed in One god who was evil, and another that was good.  The movement was essentially a revived type of Gnosticism as physical matter was also deemed evil (Lecture Note).  They... Continue Reading →

Called to Communion

Within Christendom Ecclesiology is looked at in a variety of different ways.  Within Protestantism the church may be seen within a synod, a presbytery, or an autonomous unit.  Within Catholicism Ecclesiology revolves round the sacrament of the Eucharist and those who are in union with the Bishop.  This is what is known as communion ecclesiology. ... Continue Reading →

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