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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Roman Catholic doctrine, developed in the 13th century, that the bread and wine literally changes to become the literal body and blood of Christ when the priest pronounces consecration of these elements during the Mass. Protestants reject the dogma of transubstantiation, although Lutherans retain the teaching that Christ’s real presence exists in the Eucharist but that the bread and wine does not change to become the body and blood of Christ.

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