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Catholics: jesus human sacrifice /eating jesus body /drinking blood? Is jesus human sacrifice ? are catholics cannibals?

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Answer #1 | 10/07 2016 04:40
No. Jesus is God the Son so God sacrificed God. Cannibalism is humans eating the flesh of other humans. Vampirism is humans drinking the blood of other humans. In the Eucharist, Catholics eat the flesh and blood of Jesus Christ, God the Son, the second person of the Holy Trinity. Humans eating God at God's command is not cannibalism or vampirism. It also does not injure God in any way. At the Last Supper, Jesus said, “Take this bread. It is my body.” Then he said, “Take this and drink. This is my blood. Do this in memory of me.” Catholics believe this was the First Eucharist, that through a miracle the bread and wine actually became the body and blood of Jesus Christ. Catholics reenact the Last Supper during every Mass, where God, acting through the priest, changes the bread and wine into the body and blood of Jesus Christ. This is a great sacrament of thanksgiving and unity of Catholics. By the way, the Orthodox, Lutheran and many Anglican Churches also believe in the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist. For more information, see the Catechism of the Catholic Church, sections 1322 and following: http://www.usccb.org/catechism/text/pt2sect2chpt1art3.shtml With love in Christ.
Positive: 95 %
Answer #2 | 10/07 2016 04:18
Are you illiterate or just trolling? It is symbolic, it was bread and wine.
Positive: 89 %
Answer #3 | 10/07 2016 04:15
No because it's a bloodless sacrafice which is done in memory of His sacrafice. Christ instituted the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist during the Lord's Supper in which He instructed the 12 Apostles (Priests) to do this in memory of Him. The physical properties of the bread made with human hands and the wine from the fruit of the vine are retained rather it's filled with Sanctifying Grace much like how the body has within it a spirit which is what Christ meant when He took the bread made with human hands and said, "This is My Body" and He took the cup filled with wine the fruit of the vine and said, "This is My Blood". The prefiguration of the Holy Eucharist instituted during the Lord's Supper goes back to John chapter 6 in which He told the crowd they must eat the flesh and drink the blood of the Son of Man in order to have life within themselves. The intresting use of words "Son of Man" implies substance or matter as the host being the bread made with human hands and the wine from the fruit of the vine used during the Lord's Supper are indeed substance or matter. If you member most of the crowd left Christ because to them He was implying cannibalism but only the 12 Apostles (Priests) remained including the one who would betray Him. The same 12 Apostles (Priests) were their at the Lord's Supper when He revealed this to them in the instituion of the Holy Eucharist. So during communion when a Christian recieves the Holy Eucharist which the species was consecrated by a Priest a successor of the office of the Apostles when it's filled with the Sanctifying Grace during the transubstantiation it becomes the Body and Blood of Christ the Sanctifying Grace is Christ and Christ is life. So we truely take within ourselves Christ when we eat and drink of the sacred species.
Positive: 69 %
Answer #4 | 10/07 2016 04:08
And they make the assumption that the wine actually transforms into blood (real blood) and that the bread actually transforms into (real flesh). THAT IS CANNIBALISM. If the miracle of the Eucharist is true, as clearly cited by Catholic Dogma, then all Catholics are actively involved in real cannibalism. If the protestants participate in the very same ritual and according to their dogma see the ritual as symbolic and not actually eating the real blood and the real flesh, then they are really and completely involved in a SYMBOLIC cannibalistic ritual. THESE ARE BASIC FACTS! They are irrefutable.
Positive: 37 %
Answer #5 | 10/07 2016 04:03
It is a 100% cannibal ritual. And they make their kids participate. What a bunch of fuc*ing sicko lowlifes!
Positive: 10 %
Answer #6 | 09/07 2016 21:40
No. Jesus is God the Son so God sacrificed God. Cannibalism is humans eating the flesh of other humans. Vampirism is humans drinking the blood of other humans. In the Eucharist, Catholics eat the flesh and blood of Jesus Christ, God the Son, the second person of the Holy Trinity. Humans eating God at God's command is not cannibalism or vampirism. It also does not injure God in any way. At the Last Supper, Jesus said, “Take this bread. It is my body.” Then he said, “Take this and drink. This is my blood. Do this in memory of me.” Catholics believe this was the First Eucharist, that through a miracle the bread and wine actually became the body and blood of Jesus Christ. Catholics reenact the Last Supper during every Mass, where God, acting through the priest, changes the bread and wine into the body and blood of Jesus Christ. This is a great sacrament of thanksgiving and unity of Catholics. By the way, the Orthodox, Lutheran and many Anglican Churches also believe in the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist. For more information, see the Catechism of the Catholic Church, sections 1322 and following: http://www.usccb.org/catechism/text/pt2sect2chpt1art3.shtml With love in Christ.
Positive: 10 %
Answer #7 | 09/07 2016 21:18
Are you illiterate or just trolling? It is symbolic, it was bread and wine.
Positive: 10 %
Answer #8 | 09/07 2016 21:03
It is a 100% cannibal ritual. And they make their kids participate. What a bunch of fuc*ing sicko lowlifes!
Positive: 10 %
Answer #9 | 09/07 2016 21:15
No because it's a bloodless sacrafice which is done in memory of His sacrafice. Christ instituted the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist during the Lord's Supper in which He instructed the 12 Apostles (Priests) to do this in memory of Him. The physical properties of the bread made with human hands and the wine from the fruit of the vine are retained rather it's filled with Sanctifying Grace much like how the body has within it a spirit which is what Christ meant when He took the bread made with human hands and said, "This is My Body" and He took the cup filled with wine the fruit of the vine and said, "This is My Blood". The prefiguration of the Holy Eucharist instituted during the Lord's Supper goes back to John chapter 6 in which He told the crowd they must eat the flesh and drink the blood of the Son of Man in order to have life within themselves. The intresting use of words "Son of Man" implies substance or matter as the host being the bread made with human hands and the wine from the fruit of the vine used during the Lord's Supper are indeed substance or matter. If you member most of the crowd left Christ because to them He was implying cannibalism but only the 12 Apostles (Priests) remained including the one who would betray Him. The same 12 Apostles (Priests) were their at the Lord's Supper when He revealed this to them in the instituion of the Holy Eucharist. So during communion when a Christian recieves the Holy Eucharist which the species was consecrated by a Priest a successor of the office of the Apostles when it's filled with the Sanctifying Grace during the transubstantiation it becomes the Body and Blood of Christ the Sanctifying Grace is Christ and Christ is life. So we truely take within ourselves Christ when we eat and drink of the sacred species.
Positive: 10 %
Answer #10 | 09/07 2016 21:08
And they make the assumption that the wine actually transforms into blood (real blood) and that the bread actually transforms into (real flesh). THAT IS CANNIBALISM. If the miracle of the Eucharist is true, as clearly cited by Catholic Dogma, then all Catholics are actively involved in real cannibalism. If the protestants participate in the very same ritual and according to their dogma see the ritual as symbolic and not actually eating the real blood and the real flesh, then they are really and completely involved in a SYMBOLIC cannibalistic ritual. THESE ARE BASIC FACTS! They are irrefutable.
Positive: 10 %

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