Real presence. In Catholic and some Protestant teaching, the presence of the body and blood of Christ in the eucharist. The specifically Catholic aspects of the doctrine are: (i) its understanding in terms of transubstantiation, and (ii) its consequences for eucharistic devotions such as the exposition of the sacrament.
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