Was Christ subject to any physical laws after the resurrection? In the video below, Father Robert Spitzer explains the transcendent body of the resurrected Christ.
In his writings on the Eucharist, Fr. Spitzer reminds us that a Eucharistic miracle occurs everyday, at every holy mass across the world, when the substance of bread and wine is transformed into the substance of Jesus’ body and blood.
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A true Eucharistic miracle occurs at every holy mass when the substance of the bread is transformed into the substance of Jesus’ body and the substance of the wine is transformed into the substance of His blood.
A little over 20 years ago, shortly after I had decided to enter the Church, I was being catechized by a very learned and wise priest (this was before the days of RCIA classes). As a physicist, I was struggling with the notion of transubstantiation—that by the action of a priest, a wafer could be changed into the body and blood of Our Lord.
Last year, George Weigel’s Wall Street Journal article, “The Easter Effect,” provided an instructive glimpse of the first Christians’ response to encounters with Jesus in His glorified, resurrected body.
You may have seen on occasion provocative claims about the “historical” Jesus, usually purporting to demonstrate why traditional belief is incorrect.
At the Last Supper, Jesus made it clear that He intended that the Eucharist be His real body and blood.
As a Baptist taking tentative steps toward the Catholic Church, the first theological domino to fall, for me, was two thousand years of consistent, adamant, historical Church teaching on the Eucharist.