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By Lee Palmer Wandel

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On the number of churches in France, see Joseph Lynch, The Medieval Church: A Brief History (London, 1992), pp. 190–191. the medieval inheritance 23 Real Presence in Theory26 The first true intellectual struggle over the understanding of the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist occurred at the same time as the Gregorian reforms. Starting in the mid-eleventh century, the scholasticus of St. Martin in Tours, Berengar (ca. 1000–1088), raised serious objections to the then dominant eucharistic theology of the ninth-century theologian, Paschasius (ca.

Pp. 453–454. 14 Cited in Édouard Dumoutet, Le Désire de voir l’hostie et les origins de la devotion au saint-sacrement (Paris, 1942), p. 3. On the elevation, see Peter Browe, “Die Elevation der Hostie,” Bonner Zeitschrift für Theologie und Seelsorge 8 (1931): 20–66, reprinted Peter Browe, Die Eucharistie im Mittelalter: Liturgiehistorische Forschungen in kulturwissenschaftlicher Absicht (Münster, 2003), and idem, Die Verehrung der Eucharistie im Mittelalter (Rome, 1967), pp. 26–69. 15 See Peter Browe, “Die Elevation der Hostie,” in Die Eucharistie im Mittelalter, esp.

Since theologians were fairly unanimous in understanding the purpose of communion as union with the Church, excommunication was readily understood as exclusion from the symbol of that union. This was all the more true as theologians commonly defined the Church as the community of all those who live a life of faith and active charity. Excommunication during this period came gradually to carry more severe legal and social consequences and hence became more a political rather than a spiritual issue.

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