According to Cardinal Vaughan, Catholics think the Mass better than Calvary!

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That sweeping statement is not justified by Cardinal Vaughan’s qualified doctrine. “So far as the practical effects upon the soul are concerned,” he writes, “the Holy Mass has in some senses the advantage over Calvary.” And he was quite right. No Catholics think that the Mass in itself is better than Calvary, for it is Calvary reapplied, depending upon and deriving all its value from Calvary. “As often as you do this,” said Christ, “you shall show the death of the Lord until He come.” And that death took place upon the Cross. Yet the Mass has this advantage that whilst the death of Christ upon the Cross-occurred in one place only and before a few people, Calvary re-applied in the Mass can occur in many places and before multitudes.

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