| Lecture 2 of the Harmony in Faith and Science lecture series |
At the heart of the Christian faith is the belief that God took human form in Jesus of Nazareth two thousand years ago. This “incarnation” was complex: Jesus was fully divine and fully human, a seemly contradictory state which defies human comprehension. Catholics understand that Jesus is perfectly present in the Eucharist. Recalling the words of Jesus at his farewell meal with his disciples, they recall the words recited over bread and wine. “This is my body, This is my blood.” Using beautiful artistic images, our talk traces the Jewish origins to modern manifestations of Christ in Eucharistic miracles attested to by the Catholic Church.
Click here to watch the recording on YouTube: APAVM Lecture 2 – The Mystery of Eucharistic Miracles