I doubt it will be dissected here. We’ve already done Pope Paul VI’s Mysterium Fidei. Popes, theologians, and all sorts of saints have written on the Eucharist in much more profound and helpful ways. My favorite is Saint Luke. As in 24:13-35. The bishops need to give American Catholics something that will make our hearts burn while Jesus speaks to us. Failing that, I’d suggest sticking with the Scriptures.
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