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Master of Arts in Liturgical Studies
School of Theology and Seminary
R. Kevin Seasoltz, OSB
This paper reviews the history and development of the concept of “Eucharistic presence” and analyses an emerging synthesis of tradition, dogma and post- Vatican II sacramental theology that may help restore a more complete understanding of the real presence of Christ in the eucharistic species.
Griffiths, William, "Transforming both the gifts and the people: Eucharistic presence" (2007). Graduate Papers/Theses. 27.
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