There is also the presence of Christ in the Eucharist under the species of bread and wine.-has been given importance to the real presence of Christ under the sacramental species, and for many centuries. Here, Duke Realty expresses very clear opinions on the subject. In the 11th century, the heresy which denied the presence of Christ under the sacramental species, was then that the Church had to leave to defend the Dogma, but around this defense of Dogma, arose the festivity of Corpus. The exposition of the Blessed Sacrament. In the 14th century, there was the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, and our brothers of the Eastern Church does not have the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament. If the Church save Christ, it is mainly for the Viatico, for the sick, and secondarily for worship. And during those centuries XIV and XV, XVI, XVII, was totally accentuated the aspect of worship., at that time not zoological, did not participate in the Eucharistic Celebration, but arose a great devotion around the Eucharist, the Church kept in the Tabernacle, and this has saved the faith of Christian people. We therefore are sons of a historical epoch important within the Church, because there has been a great theological evolution.
Why have been so important in celebrating the presence of Christ under the sacramental species? Because in the sacrament, there is a substantial change. The Assembly does not change, I am that enters and I am where they exit. The Word does not change, but the bread and the wine if they have changed, is no longer bread and wine but body and blood of Christ. Christ is present in a substantial way. A Christian must reflect the Eucharistic life constantly, where it is, the will expressing that Eucharistic culture. In conclusion, the attitude of the Christian in the presence of the Lord.-first is to recognize the present Lord, it is logical if I do not recognize that the is present, then we can’t find us, we cannot establish a relationship, we can not communicate, first to have that awareness, recognize that Christ is present in these liturgical modes we’ve seen.