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How do people who reject transubstantiation (but believe in sola scriptura) interpret these verses and still refute transubstantiation? The John chapter six verses are difficult and many abandoned Jesus when they heard them. Even when Jesus asked the disciples if they would leave also, Peter responded; John 6:68 Then Simon Peter answered him, Lord, to ...


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Piety has its own good manners.1 To that end, the Church establishes norms for the proper gestures and postures of the Congregation at Mass. Even though it says in the section Reception of Communion: Make the sign of the cross after you have received Communion. - Source: Gestures and Postures of the Congregation at Mass | adoremus.org. I am yet ...


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Because they want to. As stated already in other answers, they may use more than one cup for sanitary or efficiency purposes. But the real answer is that the issue of whether or not the communion liquid* is distributed in one vessel or several is a non-doctrinal, purely preferential issue with most Protestants. Jesus may have used one cup, but most ...


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In majority of Protestants Churches they pray to Bless the Wine and the Bread before take the Supper and before to divide It into individual Cups, so there is not need to take the Supper in the same Cup, because now the Wine is the Holy Blood and the Bread is the Holy Body.


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Attending church on the Lord's Day (Sunday) and other holy days of obligation is a requirement for Roman Catholic Christians. According to the Code of Canon Law (CIC) 1247 (cp. Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC), 2180), On Sundays and other holy days of obligation, the faithful are obliged to participate in the Mass. Frequent participation in the ...



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