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The Adoration of the Sacrament


The Adoration of the Sacrament

The Adoration of the Sacrament (1523) (}

}}: Vom Anbeten des Sakraments des heiligen leichnams Christi) is Martin Luther's treatise, written to Bohemian Brethren to defend the adoration of the body and blood of Christ in the Eucharist.

Original German text

  • Vom Anbeten des Sakraments des heiligen leichnams Christi. Luthers Werk: Weimarer Ausgabe, vol. 11, pp. 417–456

English translation

  • The Adoration of the Sacrament. Luther's Works: American Edition, vol. 36, pp. 268–305 ISBN 0-8006-0336-2 ISBN 9780800603366

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