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The book accompanying the documentary.


To consume Christ's Flesh and Blood is to bring into our physical bodies our eventual resurrection. Our flesh is being prepared, even now, for the resurrection of the dead.


Sin results in the destruction of our flesh, its decomposition in the grave. But in the dirt of the grave, in the dust of our tombs there is hidden in our mortal remains the divine life-silent, dormant, awaiting the trumpet of the last day. The incomplete union we had with divinity in our earthly lives as we consumed the divine Flesh and Blood will then be complete-"He who eats My flesh and drinks My blood, I will raise him up on the last day."

The Holy Eucharist: God's Lamb

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