The reason I am asking is due to Jesus’ presence in the Eucharist
It’s His presence - He’s really there in the room at a spatial location
It’s His Body and Blood - which are there in reality, but not materially.
It’s His divinity - It’s not just the humanity of a man named Jesus, it’s God, the Christ that forgives sins, heals people, and loves us as He does what the Father does
It’s His soul - here’s what sort of stumps me, was Jesus at one time without a soul? How are we morally culpable because of our soul, but the Father and Holy Spirit don’t have a soul? Why does Jesus’ soul need to be present in the Eucharist? Is He less of the living Christ without a soul?