Summa Theologiae: 3a. 73-78
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THE SACRAMENTALITY OF THE EUCHARIST Article 1 is the Eucharist a sacrament at all? Article 2 is it one sacrament or many? Article 3 is it ne...
THE MATTER OF THIS SACRAMENT Article 1 are bread and wine the matter of this sacrament? Article 2 is a fixed quantity necessary for the matt...
THE CHANGE OF THE BREAD AND WINE INTO THE BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST Article 1 is the body of Christ really and truly in this sac...
Article 8 is it true to say The body of Christ comes from the bread?
IOI Article 3 is the whole Christ under each and every part in
Article 5 is the body of Christ in this sacrament as in place?
Article 8 does the body of Christ really remain in this sacrament
THE ACCIDENTS WHICH REMAIN IN THIS
Article 1 what is the form of this sacrament?
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accidentia accidents actually aliquid appearances aqua autem Baptism become blood blood of Christ body and blood body of Christ bread and wine called cause Christ's body Church comes complete consecration consecrationem contained conversio corporis Christi corpus Christi dicendum quod dicit dicitur dictum dimensions dimensiva effect ejus enim Ergo esse etiam Eucharist existence faith flesh follows forma grace hæc HAND Hence hoc sacramento hujus sacramenti ideo illud materia matter means mixed modo nature nisi offering panis et vini passion physical potest Præterea presence priest primum quæ quam quantity quia quidem reason receive remain REPLY sacra sacrament sacramental species sanguis scilicet secundum seen sense Sent sicut signified soul species spiritual subjectum substance substantia panis sunt supra tamen thing touch utrum verba Videtur quod vinum whole