The Lord Jesus was immersed in the wrath of a sin-avenging God so that divine justice could be appeased. He suffered excruciating pain as He bore the sins of His people so that eternal life could be offered as a gift of His grace. He suffered and died once for all sin for all time, there are no more offerings for sin (Heb. 10:10, 12, 18).

The Catholic Church insults and blasphemes the perfect, sufficient, finished work of the Lord Jesus Christ by foolishly declaring, "The sacrifice of Christ and the sacrifice of the Eucharist are one single sacrifice...the same Christ who offered himself once in a bloody manner on the altar of the cross is contained and is offered in an unbloody manner, this sacrifice is truly propitiatory." (Catechism, paragraph 1367). We must ask Catholics, how can it be the same sacrifice when Christ shed His precious blood on Calvary and the Eucharist is offered in an unbloody manner? How can it be the same when Calvary's sacrifice was for all the sins of every believer and the Eucharist is only for past sins of Catholics; Calvary's sacrifice was only for the living who repent and believe, the Eucharist is for the living and also for the dead who are suffering in Purgatory. 

Jesus Christ, the perfect High Priest offered Himself, the perfect sacrifice to the perfect God and then cried out in victory, "It is finished" (John 19:30). Contrast this with the Eucharist which is offered by false apostles and deceitful workmen, who disguise themselves as apostles of Christ. After offering the blasphemous re-presentation of Jesus on an altar, instead of a cross, the fake sacrifice is offered again and again to keep Catholics in bondage to religious deception.

Rome dares to say, "Every time this mystery is celebrated, 'the work of our redemption is carried on'" (paragraph 1405). This statement violates the Word of God which declares that Jesus entered heaven once for all, having obtained eternal redemption (Heb. 9:12). Rome also declares the Eucharistic sacrifice is propitiatory, which means that divine justice is satisfied every time it is offered. And if you don't believe this insult to Christ, then you are anathema according to Canon 3 of the Council of Trent. Catholics will either be condemned by their religion if they repent and believe the Gospel or be condemned by God if they continue to believe this lie.