Tuesday, March 03, 2009

This Rock's Fr. Vincent Serpa tells us the Undisputed Truth!

"Why is the Mass called the unbloody sacrifice of our Lord on his cross?"

Adapted from page 47 of the MARCH -- 2007 edition.

"It's quite simple, really.

"The Mass is called an unbloody sacrifice to clarify the fact that we do not behold the Lord's bloody body as it was seen on Calvary.

"Instead his body and blood are under the appearance of bread and wine.

"But is is the same sacrifice.

"This distinction became necessary as the result of the denial of the Mass being a sacrifice by various Protestant groups. -- Fr. Vincent Serpa."


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