"Note that, in the document’s first paragraph describing the Mass, in addition to the theory of the one unrepeatable action, the pope affirms that the Mass is a representation of the Supper and not of the sacrifice on Calvary per se. This is reminiscent of the original (defective and subsequently changed) Protestant-leaning definition of the Mass given in the General Instruction on the Roman …More
"Note that, in the document’s first paragraph describing the Mass, in addition to the theory of the one unrepeatable action, the pope affirms that the Mass is a representation of the Supper and not of the sacrifice on Calvary per se. This is reminiscent of the original (defective and subsequently changed) Protestant-leaning definition of the Mass given in the General Instruction on the Roman Missal, to which Ottaviani and Bacci objected so forcefully in their Short Critical Study. It is also worthy of note that this paragraph suggests that every man and woman should or shall eat of the Eucharist, which suggests a soteriological universalism and fits in with Pope Francis’s pragmatic support of any and all Christians—Catholic or not, in a state of grace or not, living by the Decalogue or not—receiving the Eucharist."

From Sacrifice of Calvary to Memorial of Presence - OnePeterFive

Editor’s Note: We continue with part three of José A. Ureta’s five-part critique of Desiderio Desideravi. For Part 1, see here. For …