Can you please confirm that I have got the following facts technically correct.
]Mass must be celebrated by a validly ordained priest;
*]If the priest has the right intention, the proper matter is used, the correct form is said - the priest confects the Eucharist and the mystery of transubstantiation occurs: the unleavened bread becomes the Sacred Body of Christ and the grape wine becomes the Precious Blood of Christ;
*]The Real Presence is the fact that Christ is present body, blood, soul, and divinity in both the consecrated hosts of unleavened bread on the paten, in a ciborium, in a mnonstrance, in a pyx, whether on the mensa of the altar or in the tabernacle, and Christ is present body, blood, soul, and divinity in the consecrated grape wine in the chalice or in any appropriate vessel in which it may be stored for reservation in a tabernacle.
N.B. To anticipate any criticism of my terminology in No. 3 (above) I understand “the consecrated hosts of unleavened bread” are the Body of Christ and “the consecrated grape wine” is the Blood of Christ.
*In saying “celebrated” I include concelebration; using the word ‘priest’ I include both priests (presbyters) and bishops.