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Theoretically, could a lay person, by virtue of their baptism, validly consecrate Holy Eucharist?

No, the ability to validly transubstantiate bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ comes from the sacramental character on an ordained priest's soul in the sacrament of Holy ...
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Theoretically, could a lay person, by virtue of their baptism, validly consecrate Holy Eucharist?

Q: Theoretically, could a lay person, by virtue of their baptism, preside over a valid Eucharist? No. The 4th Lateran Council declared against the Waldensians: "Indeed, no one can perform this ...
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Was the Last Supper not the Passover meal?

Was the Last Supper not the Passover meal? John 18:28 - they did not enter into the Praetorium so that they could eat the Passover ... Which means: NO, the Passover feast had not been eaten yet. It ...
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What does the "Paschal mystery" mean in the Catholic Church?

Near 2,000 years ago Justin Martyr explained the Paschal mystery in this way. “The mystery, then, of the lamb which God enjoined to be sacrificed as the passover, was a type of Christ; with whose ...
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What does the "Paschal mystery" mean in the Catholic Church?

The Paschal Mystery is the greatest mystery of the liturgical year. Jewish Pasch Christians don't celebrate the Pasch; that's a Jewish feast. Fr. Hardon, S.J.'s Catholic Dictionary: PASCH The Jewish ...
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Would sherry do for an Anglican (Church of England)?

Sherry would do for an Anglican, but maybe not a Roman Catholic Church of England Canon Law states (Canon B17): The bread, whether leavened or unleavened, shall be of the best and purest wheat flour ...
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