Then another reader follows up, and sees the problem:
Yes, it's a sacrament--the greatest of sacraments, but it's also God Himself under the accidents of bread and wine. Diana knows that the Church teaches this, so this can only be her denial.
THAT's why they receive the Eucharist sitting. If they really believed that was the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Christ, they'd never be so bold as to treat it as a meal. And THAT's why Apuron referred to "the breadiness of the bread." Because ultimately, that's all it is.
I'm not even upset, just sad that their catechists have so poisoned the minds of our brothers and sisters like Diana, who would have been such great defenders of the True Faith if they had not been deceived by their master Kiko Arguello and his prophet Pius Sammut.