The transubstantiation of the Eucharist is depicted by the image of God blessing a communion plate being held up by a person outside of the image. A dove appears between God and the Eucharist, representing the Holy Spirit. A thurible emitting incense smoke is in the bottom right corner. This card was printed in Spain by an unknown publisher at an unknown date, probably in the early twentieth century. The back of the card is blank.
Ita…Pater. Per ipsum cum ipso et in ipso. Hosias laudis tibi Pater in odorem suavitatis offerimus.
U.S. Catholic Special Collection
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