Forgive my use of lanuage there but I’m pretty ticked off.
I was flipping through my art history book and ran across the Christianity art. There’s a section that’s titled Religion and Mythology (who said Jesus was a myth? :mad: ) and it has a description of the Passion of our Lord.
It talks about the Last Supper and then it says that the disciples ate bread and it also mentions that it was A SYMBOL OF HIS BODY!!! It also mentions that this ritual became the celebration of the Mass called the Eucharist!
THAT’S NOT TRUE!!! The Eucharist is NO SYMBOL! It’s the TRUE Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of our Lord!
I think that whoever wrote this book is anti-Catholic or something! No wonder why I can’t understand the hard reading and no wonder why I hate it!