I read some of the volumes of this encyclopedia and I was totally shocked when I read some entries which to me are erroneous and clear misrepresentations of Catholic teachings.
On volume 3, p. 287, 2nd paragraph, it is stated:
Christians believe in one God who is represented as a trinity, or single deity with three parts: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
This statement implies that Divinity is divided by three persons (parts) and therefore every person is not wholly divine.
On volume 3, p. 287, 4th paragraph, it is stated:
The Eucharist is another rite pacticed by all Christians. The Eucharist, which some call Holy Communion or the Lord’s Supper, is the consumption of bread and wine or grape juice, representing Christ’s body and blood.
The Catholic Church teaches that the Bread is truly the Body of Christ and the Wine is truly the Blood of Christ and not just representations of Christ’s Body and Blood.
I have searched for an on line edition of the encyclopedia but I haven’t found any. What I have are hard copies.