Friday, May 2, 2008

The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass vs: A Celebratory Meal

Does the post-concilary Catholic Church still teach that the Mass is not only worship, prayer, thanksgiving, petition, meal and celebration but fundamentally and foundationally a representation--by the Priest who acts in Personna Christi (in the person of Jesus Christ)--of a once and for all propitiatory sacrifice of the crucified Lord Jesus Christ in a mysterious/miraculous yet extra-space/time dimensional way for the remission of sins?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The Church shall be crucified like her Lord, and as was so for her Lord, some of her own will be affixing her thorns tighter. Let her holy blood be on their heads.

Carol O'Reilly

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