People are still talking about recent revelations that a troublingly small portion of Catholic believe in the reality of the Holy Eucharist. And talk they should, as long as this leads to prayerful action. Decades of poor catechesis and liturgical innovation could hardly have any other effect than ignorance and loss of faith. As belated efforts to reverse this trend get underway, however, catechists and clergy would do well to inform themselves of the history of this confusion so they may better defend Our Lord and form the faithful. . . .