Another way to explain the doctrine of Transubstantiation
Catholic Answers Director of Apologetics, Tim Staples, helps a caller refine his analogy to better explain the Catholic doctrine of Transubstantiation.
Tim Staples is Director of Apologetics and Evangelization here at Catholic Answers, but he was not always Catholic. Tim was raised a Southern Baptist. Although he fell away from the faith of his childhood, Tim came back to faith in Christ during his late teen years through the witness of...
Absolute Relativism: The New Dictatorship And What To Do About It In his best-selling booklet Absolute Relativism: The New Dictatorship And What To Do About It, Chris Stefanick tackles all the tough questions about Relativism by showing how bankrupt and impractical it is.Through his down-to-earth, easily accessible Question-and-Answer format, Chris Stefanick shows that far from being the answer to “World Peace” – or even personal peace of mind – Relativism suffers from a self-destructive rot.
"Without Thy presence, nought, O Lord, is sweet, No pleasure to our lips can aught supply. Whether 'tis wine we drink or food we eat, Till Grace divine and Faith shall sanctify."
~ Prudentius, a 5th century Christian poet, from his Ante cibum, describing the Christian practice of "saying grace" before meals.