Christ’s real presence moves the hearts of all who receive the Eucharist to serve their neighbors in the love Christ has for all.
Cranmer’s traditionalism comes through in his emphasis on the mutual indwelling of the believer and Christ, and the incorporation of believers into Christ.
Does hoisting Jesus up in a brass contraption and waving him at his people do something beneficial? Yes.
This week: the beauty of public liturgy, the "personal shape" of ecumenism, and the world as narrative and symphony.
Derek writes: 1.) What is doctrinally wrong with the Hail Mary in regards to asking for prayer? How is it different than me asking you for the same? 2.) Why is Eucharistic Adoration frowned upon?
I want to stop looking at all that stuff and start looking at Jesus