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Default Re: do catholics and orthodox view the mass the same way?

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Did you ever get a chance to visit that Antiochian parish?
No, I didn't have time on Sunday, but I did send an email to the Rev Fr. Haven't heard back yet, however.
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Default Re: do catholics and orthodox view the mass the same way?

I understand, for the Orthodox, that the elements are transubstantiated at the Epiclesis. So in their Liturgy, its not during the words if Consecration but after?
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I understand, for the Orthodox, that the elements are transubstantiated at the Epiclesis. So in their Liturgy, its not during the words if Consecration but after?
The Orthodox haven't identified it as precisely. All they teach is that after the Epiklesis, which is the end of the Anaphora, we have the Body and Blood of Christ.
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