Jean Daillé: Rome’s idolatrous view of Eucharist renders her schismatic

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... For we call that schism, which is a separation made without necessity. So that when my conscience forbids me under pain of God’s wrath, and my own damnation, to obey that which you command me in this particular, ’tis evident, that it is not fancy, pleasure, or faction, but a pure necessity that constraineth me to separate from you. If you cannot tax this my opinion, much less can you condemn my separation.

Accuse me if you please of stupidity, For not being able to conceive, how a body that is in heaven can be at the same time in a thousand places on earth; how all the quantity of a complete man can be brought within one single point; how a thing, that my sense and reason knoweth to be bread, and the H. Scripture calleth oftentimes bread, can not be bread at all for all this; but the very Creator of the world. ...

For more, see Jean Daillé: Rome’s idolatrous view of Eucharist renders her schismatic.
 
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