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## The CC is alone in dogmatising transubstantiation as the sole correct description of the effect of the Eucharistic consecration upon the elements - metousios is one term among several used among Greek-speaking Christians; including those in union with Rome, AFAIK
**The 39 Articles of the Church of England do not favour it - it is however believed by some. It is not really consistent with a Reformed (or other type of Protestant Anglican) understanding of the Church. **
As an Erastian type of Church, it has often been for the state to decide upon the interpretation of what is lawful for Anglican ministers to teach - but that is a long story ##
My, yes. So long that I’ve stayed out of this thread so far.
Some Anglicans affirm both Canon 1 and Canon 2 of Session XIII of the Council of Trent. Some only Canon 1. Some neither. It varies. A long story.
My Anglo-Catholic parish has a tabernacle for the Blessed Body and Blood, located in the center of the altar, no one but those in Holy Orders (i.e., no extraordinary ministers in our jurisdiction) may touch or handle the consecrated elements (I’m sure I don’t need to mention that I’m familiar with Apostolicae Curae), the Body and Blood are reverenced, to include Benediction, and reserved, in the tabernacle.
The 39 Articles are not favored by some.
A long story, indeed.