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COMMENTARY: Church teachings make little sense when there is not a corresponding lived reality.

By Pia de Solenni, EWTN News, 9/11/19

Editor’s Note: The Register will include this commentary in a special section dedicated to the real presence of Jesus in the Eucharist in its Sept. 29 print edition.

In the book In Sinu Jesu: When Heart Speaks to Heart, an anonymous Benedictine monk relates his conversations with Our Lord and Our Lady beginning in 2007. They are private revelations that echo the thoughts of many recognized holy women and men.

He writes that Our Lord told him:

“I want you to speak to the faithful of the Holy Mass as a true sacrifice. They have forgotten this … that I am present upon the altar as upon the cross, as both priest and victim. It is the whole of my sacrifice of love that unfolds before their eyes. You must tell them this.”

The recent survey “What Americans Know About Religion,” published July 23 from the Pew Research Center, seems to provide resounding confirmation of this sad reality: 69% of adult Catholics in the U.S. believe that the Eucharist is a symbol, not truly the body and blood of Christ. That means less than one-third of us believe in the Real Presence. ….

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