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Good question! The Transubstantiation is the spiritual AND physical process where the Eucharist changes into Jesus's real Body and real Blood at the hands of the Priest. Summary Jesus states at the last supper that "... this IS My Body..." As Catholics, we believe that He is telling us to have faith enough to believe His words. At the first supper and at ...
As I've shared recently in my answer to a different question with similar content, in the Protestant tradition, not the Roman Catholic, Jesus debunked the word "literally" vis a vis His words regarding the eating of His flesh and the drinking of His blood (see John 6:26-58) in John 6:63, where we read, "'It is the Spirit who gives life; the flesh profits ...
John 13:26 says Jesus dipped the bread. I assume this means dipped in wine. I attend a reformed church where we practice intinction. I've seen a lot of articles that say that intinction is not Biblically accurate. While it may not be common practice, based on how John presents the account, intinction is indeed Biblical even if only mentioned rather briefly.
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