02 February, 2011

The Real Presence

Michael Brandon (Freedom Through Truth) shares some wonderful insights and reflections on the Catholic belief in the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist.

Freedom Through Truth: The Real Presence

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  1. Thanks for posting this. Of the many Protestants that come home to the Church, nothing was more convincing than learning of the early church fathers and early church history. Its undeniably Catholic.

    Cheers
    Paul

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  13. Tim,

    On second thought, I agree with you about my postings under this subject. I do not wish to be offensive. That is not my purpose. It may not be the best way of communicating. Can you delete all of my postings under this subject for me please? I used to see a wastebasket button which would allow me to delete my own postings, but it no longer appears. Please delete all my postings under this heading (The Real Presence) if possible. Thanks.

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  14. STG: As requested, I've removed your comments and mine as well. I just left up your last one requesting I do this so that people won't think I am somehow blocking you on this subject.

    You've proved once again that you're a gentleman.

    Thank you.

    Fr. Tim

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