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In this article, I argue that the church as Christ's symbolic presence in the world is a Missiological expression of God loving non-violent involvement and witnessing presence in the world permeated with violence. Through two case studies that exemplify the relationship between public speech and public violencethe 1994 Rwandan genocide and the 2015 xenophobic attacks in South Africathe article demonstrates the potential of liminality of Eucharistic encounter to inspire and empower Africandoi:10.7833/114-0-1138 fatcat:gn2cruo54rbu7byq4cad5blz4y