<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr>[color:"blue"]And why use the word "Mass" if we are not "re-sacrificing Christ?"</font><hr></blockquote><p><br><br>I do hope you realize that the word Mass <span style="background-color:yellow;">[Middle English masse, from Old English m├Žsse, from Vulgar Latin *messa, from Late Latin missa, from Latin, feminine past participle of mittere, to send away, dismiss.]</span> has nothing to do with sacrifice. It is only your perception of what the liturgy portrays that makes it seem that.<br><br>Never the less I really didn't get an answer from you with regards to what the biblical source for your liturgical tradition.<br><br>And please don't quote to me the regulative principal give me scriptures for the table, etc..