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Why Catholic want to eat jesus/drink blood /sacrifice jesus. if catholics want to eat meat /flesh, why not go to Tony RomaHouse of Ribs?

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  • Why Catholic want to eat jesus/drink blood /sacrifice jesus. if catholics want to eat meat /flesh, why not go to Tony RomaHouse of Ribs?


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Answer #1 | 10/07 2016 04:59
Sorry the whole concept goes over your head.
Answer #2 | 10/07 2016 04:09
Servings are too large and it's waste
Answer #3 | 10/07 2016 04:30
What is missing from Protestant's Eucharist is Sanctifying Grace which can only be present within the species of the bread made with human hands and the wine made from the fruit of the vine if a Priest a successor of the office of the Apostles consecrates it there is no transubstantiation which takes place during a Protestant service. So what they are eating is bread or crackers and what they are drinking is wine or grape juice which they could do at home. The term "symbolic" implies it's not real like their Eucharist is not the real Body and Blood of Christ.
Answer #4 | 10/07 2016 04:16
Because we realize we do not know everything, but Jesus does, and Jesus is the gateway to Peace, Joy, Enduring Strength, which helps us to get through this morass of a life. Do you think it's natural that...? ...wait, did you say "Tony Roma's"? Awesome place.
Answer #5 | 10/07 2016 04:17
We do both. One is a religious service, a celebration of the saving death and the first of many resurrections from the dead. The other is just having fun and eating. An important activity, but only an indirect celebration of the creation of God and our part in it. You must be a mystic to have trouble discerning one from the other. The mass is not a reenactment of the death and resurrection of Jesus. It is the ritual presence at the historical event. A little advanced for religion 101, but not a graduate level concept.
Answer #6 | 10/07 2016 06:23
i agree with U IT IS SYMBOLIC ONLY....HE SAID...DO THIS IN REMEMBRANCE OF ME...IT IS OBVIOUS..
Answer #7 | 09/07 2016 23:23
i agree with U IT IS SYMBOLIC ONLY....HE SAID...DO THIS IN REMEMBRANCE OF ME...IT IS OBVIOUS..
Answer #8 | 09/07 2016 21:30
What is missing from Protestant's Eucharist is Sanctifying Grace which can only be present within the species of the bread made with human hands and the wine made from the fruit of the vine if a Priest a successor of the office of the Apostles consecrates it there is no transubstantiation which takes place during a Protestant service. So what they are eating is bread or crackers and what they are drinking is wine or grape juice which they could do at home. The term "symbolic" implies it's not real like their Eucharist is not the real Body and Blood of Christ.
Answer #9 | 09/07 2016 21:09
Servings are too large and it's waste
Answer #10 | 09/07 2016 21:16
Because we realize we do not know everything, but Jesus does, and Jesus is the gateway to Peace, Joy, Enduring Strength, which helps us to get through this morass of a life. Do you think it's natural that...? ...wait, did you say "Tony Roma's"? Awesome place.
Answer #11 | 09/07 2016 21:59
Sorry the whole concept goes over your head.
Answer #12 | 09/07 2016 21:17
We do both. One is a religious service, a celebration of the saving death and the first of many resurrections from the dead. The other is just having fun and eating. An important activity, but only an indirect celebration of the creation of God and our part in it. You must be a mystic to have trouble discerning one from the other. The mass is not a reenactment of the death and resurrection of Jesus. It is the ritual presence at the historical event. A little advanced for religion 101, but not a graduate level concept.

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