I apologize if this question is already answered somewhere on the forum, but I have not been able to find it.
In another setting, a Protestant has objected that Catholic doctrine means we must believe that the Lord Himself engaged in cannibalism of Himself at the Last Supper.
Whether the Lord Jesus received Holy Communion Himself at the Last Supper is, I must admit, a thought that had never occurred to me before.
Here are my thoughts: it is not at all evident from the Biblical accounts that He did so; and, even on Protestant principles, such an act would have been superfluous.
I am wondering if there is a more-or-less official Catholic stance on this question.