Transubstantiation is the theory accepted by Roman Catholicism that in the Lord's Supper the elements are transformed into the actual body and blood of Jesus. However, there is no perceptible or measurable change in the elements. The transformation occurs during the Mass at the elevation of the elements by the priest.




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