Eucharistic Theology and Eucharistic Origins

C J A Hickling

This paper was given at a gathering of the Leicester Diocesan Clergy. It may be taken as a continuation of the set of papers over more than one issue of the Liturgical Review in which the doctrine and practice of the Church of England are shared. The paper first explores the concept of eucharistic sacrifice, finding that the eucharist affords access to the death and resurrection of Christ. It then explores the concept of real presence, finding three misunderstandings, which he explores with the help of T F Torrance. This paper is to be continued in a future issue.

Volume 04, Number 02 Nov 1974, p18