If you were to donate blood to various hospitals across the world, this would not imply that your "main" or entire body is simultaneously present in more than one place at once. But you probably knew this already, so why did you post it in the first place ?
The amount of "blood" present in the thousands of Romish and conciliarist temples across the world is far more than Jesus' body ever contained.
My point was that flesh and blood are constantly being created and replaced inside the human body by means of a perfectly natural process. Why you would deny that God Almighty has the same power (especially in the age of cloning) is, quite frankly, beyond me...
Now as to your second comment: If you believe the wonder performed by the Holy Prophet Elijah in 1 Kings 17:14-16, wherein by the power of God he makes a "cruse of oil" and a "barrel of meal" last for a very long period of time, despite the fact that a "cruse" and a "barrel" cannot contain such huge quantities of liquid and food at once, why are you rejecting the historical Christian teaching based on certain philosophical grounds, which, if embraced, would also force you to deny the former ? If Christ Himself multiplied the physical bread, meant for the sustenance of the body alone, could He and should He also not do the same with His own flesh and blood, necessary for the spiritual sustenance of the soul ?
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