13 thoughts on “JESUS SAID “IT IS FINISHED” SO WHY DO CATHOLIC PRIESTS REPEAT THE SACRIFICE OF CHRIST?

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  2. Cathy, thanks for posting this good video. I recall reading the New Testament for the first time as a Catholic and being shaken by the differences between Scripture and Catholicism. But the final straw was when I read the Book of Hebrews regarding the finality of Christ’s sacrifice in contradiction of the 350,000 masses performed daily throughout the world.

    I appreciated the revealing quote from the New St. Joseph Baltimore Catechism that the mass repeats the sacrifice of Christ. Current Catholic literature claims the mass “re-presents” or “makes present” Christ’s sacrifice rather than “repeats” it because Catholics are now more pragmatic regarding the Biblical texts teaching His sacrifice was “once for all time” (Hebrews 10:10). The “re-presents” assertion is deceitful lexical sophistry, in the same vein as Catholics’ insistence that they don’t “worship” Mary, but only offer her “hyper-dulia” veneration.

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    • Can you imagine, 350,000 masses performed daily!

      Interesting change from “repeats” to “re-presents” or “makes present”. Absolutely deceitful!

      Bible truth also set me and Billy free from Rome’s false teachings. When witnessing after I was saved I would say that the Roman Catholic Church did not teach what Jesus taught. Sadly, I didn’t get the reaction I expected when I said that!

      Thanks Tom, for watching/listening to another video.

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      • RE: Sadly, I didn’t get the reaction I expected when I said that!
        I’ve also found that nominal Catholics who don’t attend weekly mass and don’t believe 90% of RC dogma will still defend the RCC if someone “attacks” it.

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