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Christ’s Real Presence in the Eucharist (Defending the Faith Series)

Register today to unlock the mysteries of Christ’s Real Presence in the Eucharist. Delve into Scripture, history, and Eucharistic miracles to affirm your faith and navigate Protestant objections, ensuring a deeper understanding of this sacred Catholic doctrine.

Total classes: 8

Prerequisite: Completed one of the Beginning Apologetics courses or equivalent.

Suggested grade level: 8th to 11th grade

Suggested credit: 2/3 semester Theology. For a full credit, add another theology course or Mr. Michuta’s optional reading list.

Special Notes: Course materials are provided for free by the instructor.


The student will learn the main Protestant issues concerning Christ’s Real Presence in the Eucharist, an in-depth study of all the relevant Scripture and patristic texts, and an overview of other evidence, such as Eucharistic miracles, that lend support for Catholic doctrine.


Class 1: What we mean by the Eucharist

Class 2: The Eucharist in Protestantism

Class 3: Old Testament Foreshadowing

Class 4: Institution Narratives

Class 5: The “Bread of Life” Discourse in John 6

Class 6: Other New Testament Evidence

Class 7: Eucharistic Miracles and other evidence

Class 8: Answering Common Objections / Mock Dialogue

Materials and Homework

Course Materials: Course materials are supplied for free by the instructor. Students need to make sure they have a functioning headset with a microphone.

Homework: Each class will have a multi-choice quiz. There will also be a final exam to review material from the semester. Quizzes and the exam are automatically graded by the computer so students have immediate feedback. Students will be encouraged to review the material and practice the responses.

Important Dates

Course Dates: Thursdays, September 12 to November 7, 2024. (No class Oct. 24)

Starting Time: 10:00 AM Eastern (9:00 Central; 8:00 Mountain; 7:00 Pacific)

Duration Per Class: 55 minutes

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