Eucharist /apostolic succession


#1

So I used to be Methodist. They don’t believe in transubstantiation. However, does the body and blood still change during their Eucharist and people are just unaware of it? Also, because their ministers were not organised thru apostolic succession, does that mean they are profaning the sacrament as they are not validly ordained? What does the RCC teach about Joel Ostein, Joyce Meyer and their ilk? I’ve gotten a lot from Joyce Meyer’s preaching in the past but now choose not to hear her preach/read anything she produces now I’m Catholic.


#2

The Methodist churches lack Holy Orders. Therefore, their ministers do not confect the Eucharist at their services.

No. There is no sacrament, nor do they claim such.

It doesn’t “teach” anything about non Catholic ministers. They are not the Catholic Church’s concern.


#3

Joel and Joyce and many of the others are Prosperity preachers. Do good for yourself, be successful that’s what God wants for you, be happy and He is happy. NOPE NOT NADA! Have you EVER heard Joel or Joyce preach about sin and the wages of sin?

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A GREAT book to read is “Confessions of a Mega Church Pastor”:.

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#4

I love being Catholic now. I still have some things to sort out in my life but I am on the way, I have left behind two deeply ingrained habitual sins since being received into the church. I truly believe that this is due to frequent receiving our Lord in the Eucharist. There is no way I could have done it on my own. Thanks be to God


#5

There’s a church called church excel in my town that really makes me think about this sort of false teaching. My friend goes and he keeps inviting me and I’m like dude I Just converged to Catholicism I do not need this false church please take some time to have a look at it I will provide the link http://xcelchurch.co.uk


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