stercoranism


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stercoranism

(ˈstɜːkərəˌnɪzəm)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) theol the belief that the consecrated Eucharistic elements, the bread and wine, are subject to decay and pass through the body like other ingested things

stercoranism

the belief that the bread and wine consecrated in the Eucharist are subject to natural processes, as decay. — stercorarian, stercoranist, adj.
See also: Theology
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