"Corpus Mysticum" Mixed Media Collage

"Corpus Mysticum" Mixed Media Collage

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Artist: Timothy Matthew Collins
Title: Corpus Mysticum
Medium: Mixed media with found objects on museum board
Date: 2017

"Eucharistic realism and ecclesial realism: these two realisms support one another, each is the guarantee of the other. Ecclesial realism safeguards Eucharistic realism and the latter confirms the former. The same unity of the Word is reflected in both. Today, it is above all our faith in the 'real presence', made explicit thanks to centuries of controversy and analysis, that introduces us to faith in the ecclesial body: effectively signified by the mystery of the Altar, the mystery of the Church has to share the same nature and the same depth. Among the ancients, the perspective was often inverted. The accent was habitually placed on the effect rather than on the cause. But the ecclesial realism to which they universally offer us the most explicit testimony is at the same time, and when necessary, the guarantee of their Eucharistic realism."
Henri Cardinal de Lubac, Corpus Mysticum: The Eucharist and the Church in the Middle Ages (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2007), 251-52.

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