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From what you've quoted of Ott, it sounds like this "Ubiquity* Doctrine" holds that Christ's human nature is His divine nature. This is the heresy of monophysitism,** which says that Christ only has one nature, not both human and divine natures. *(ubi- = Latin for "where" or "in what place")**(mono- = one; phys- = nature) It is not necessary, for ...


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Transubstantiation is adhering to these three mysteries (or miracles), described in the Catechism of the Council of Trent: The Real Presence:that the true body of Christ the Lord, the same that was born of the Virgin, and is now seated at the right hand of the Father in heaven, is contained in this Sacrament. Transubstantion itself:that, however repugnant ...



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