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How can the Eucharist be more than what we observe with our senses?


Transubstantiation assumes that a thing is distinct from its attributes; that there is an unseen &quot;substance&quot; underlying the attributes. But why should we believe this? Why shouldn&#039;t things be simply what they look and feel and taste and smell like?


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