<<i meant that…in theory…if this mirace occured (cos i know nothing about it yet)…and the offerings at the eucharist actually did change into the real body and blood then why is it not sacramental?
if catholics believe that the bread and wine are actually the real body and blood, then why stop the mass just cos it changed… is there a reason for this… i’m not doubting that you are right…
i just dont understand the reasons why.>>
I can’t speak for the Roman rite, but the instructions of the Russian Liturgikon (Missal) specifically say that should this happen, and the bread and/or wine taken on the appearance of flesh and blood, or a small child, the priest takes fresh bread and wine and tries again. Should such resume their proper appearance, they are NOT given out as communion, but are consumed after the ablutions.
One priest told his bishop about this happening, and the bishop said, “You’re suspended from celebrating the Liturgy until you get over that delusion.”