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Eucharist: Understood Through the Instrumentality & Language of the Body

The Eucharist is Real Food & Real Drink — Understood Through the Instrumentality and Language of the Body. When Jesus says his body is REAL food and his blood is REAL drink ( John 6:54-55 ), he means it literally. NOT symbolically. Eucharistic miracles have scientifically proven its Truth. St. John Paul II examines meaning of man’s body in light of Scripture. It would be accurate to add one word to the title of Saint John Paul’s theology. That word is instrumentality. The better title would be: The Theology of the Instrumentality of the Body for receiving and expressing grace. The Holy Spirit uses the body to express and receive His graces.

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Why does Jesus go out of his way to emphasis that his body is REAL FOOD and his blood REAL DRINK? Why was this fact so important to him that he was willing to lose his followers? Lose his Apostles? Why did Jesus not clarify what he meant when his listeners interpreted what he was saying as wanting us to eat his real body and drink his real blood? No! John 6:63 does not mean what you think it means.

The Wedding Feast at Cana: Part 2 of 3

Here is a shortlist of important topics that will be discussed in greater detail in this blog:
1. St. Padre Pio once said that it is easier for the earth to exist without the sun than for it to exist without the Eucharist in the Mass.
2. Whatever moves the spiritual soul closer to or further away from purity will produce an equal movement of the body in the same direction.
3. Through each man’s cooperation, all grace, both Sanctifying and Actual, will impact the overflow of the spiritual heart. The body (i.e., the scriptural mouth) will send that overflow out accurately — in the language of the body, which is both sense-able and meta-sense-able.
4. The Eucharist will produce a profound impact on both the purity of the spiritual soul together with the biological function of the body.

The Wedding Feast at Cana: Jesus Foretells the Consequences of His Words on the Cross: “Now It Is Finished” (John 19:30)

The Wedding Feast at Cana
Three days after the start of his public ministry, Jesus goes to a wedding at Cana. On the first day of the celebration, he miraculously changes water into wine. By doing so, he shows us what the fulfillment of his redemptive mission will produce.
The Eucharist — the Mass — is “the source and summit of the Christian life” (CCC 1324). It is the fulfillment of the Everlasting Covenant of Salt. The Description of All other Sacraments can be rightly followed by the words: “so that we can receive the body, blood, soul, and Divinity of Jesus in the Eucharist.”
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