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Francis Strikes Again: "Jesus Becomes Bread"

Francis travelled to Matera, Italy, on 25 September for the conclusion of a Eucharistic Congress. The day before he campaigned against CO2 emissions in Assisi.

In Matera he did not preside, but only gave an embarrassing sermon on "bread". His slogans were: Christ "makes bread for us" on "his table". The "bread of the feast" tastes like communion. The "bread" is not always shared on the table of the world. Our lives can become the "bread" that feeds the poor and the lonely.

Then his dreaming obsession began. He dreamed of a Church "that kneels (!) before the Eucharist, venerates with reverence the Lord present in the bread, knows how to bow with compassion and tenderness before the suffering and the poor, and makes itself the bread of hope and joy for all."

Francis never kneels before the Eucharist. The presence of the Lord "in the bread" is a false Protestant doctrine (consubstantiation/impanation), while the true explanation is transubstantiation, which shows that the whole essence of the bread is transformed into the Body of Christ.

Furthermore, the liturgy is on a completely different level than tenderness, consolation and feeding beggars.

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Darrell J Roman
It's doesn't matter dementia or no dementia, he is not good for the Church... He is a disaster!
Maggie212
Does he have dementia?
philosopher
Theological-Psycho-babel! Seriously though, what's the difference between a liberal-modernist-Catholic and a secular humanist?
Cassandra Laments
The secular humanist is likely to be more sane.
Salvatore Bastatti
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Scapular
No longer bread. We had to know that before 1st Holy Communion.
Chat Chartreux
They should make the Catechism required reading before becoming Pope.
mccallansteve
I'm thankful that Francis is publicly stating his believe so that we know he doesn't believe in transubstantiation . Not Catholic