Catholics must explain Transubstantiation!

First:  Catholics must explain Transubstantiation!  It is the changing of bread and wine into Christ’s Body and Blood at every Catholic Mass from The Last Supper to the end.

Jesus taught many things.  But, He repeated His clear call to Catholic Communion an astonishing fourteen times!   “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood you do not have life in you.”  His oft-repeated instruction has separated His obedient sheep from their counterparts since the first Protestants left Him for repeating that twelve times in the passages leading to John 6:66.

He changed bread and wine into His Actual Body and Blood at The Last Supper.  Twice more, He repeated “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood you do not have life in you.”

We find That Holy Food in The Only Church He Founded when He said:

“Verily, verily, I say unto you thou art Peter and on this rock I build My Church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.  I give you the keys to The Kingdom of Heaven.” Obedient Catholics obtain the crucial “key to The Kingdom of Heaven” by worthily receiving Communion.


Second:  Catholics must explain Transubstantiation!  We must see how earthly bread and wine become His Actual Body and Blood.

We understand by considering our dreams!  In each dream, our soul sends our spirit throughout the memories stored among the molecules of our mind.  Our soul directs our spirit to compile a dream from the “memory electrons” that form part of our mind.  The dream takes form.

In Catholic Communion, and no other, “an angel takes the host to The Altar in Heaven”.  In less than the blink of an eye, the essence of bread and wine are transformed and returned to The Altar as Christ’s Sacrifice is re-presented.  Heaven is closer to us than many are blessed to realize!  Then, That Holy Food becomes part of each obedient Catholic.

We are made “in the image of God.”  We see that our very real dreams are compiled from memories together from the depths of our minds.  He commanded His priests to provide That Holy Food first provided at The Last Supper, saying, “Do this in remembrance of Me.”  Their spirit is able to send bread and wine to be transformed by God in Heaven.

We, on earth, are immortal souls with spirits and bodies coalesced around them.  We live in “God’s Dream” if we obey “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood you do not have life in you.”

He did tell us to receive Catholic Communion fourteen times!  Catholics “live the dream!” by living in the dream“.