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The Eucharist is sacrifice and communion/Proclamation

What does ‘sacrifice’ really mean?

Jesus has given the ultimate sacrifice through his death and resurrection. And this sacrifice is made present to us through the Eucharist. We have access to the power of Jesus’ sacrifice through Mass.

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