Starting with words of institution, the Mass has developed over centuries

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Msgr. Matthew Mitas
Q: I hear so many Catholics talk about which Mass is “better”: the Latin Mass, the English Mass or the “Novus Ordo” Mass. Isn’t Mass, well, Mass in any form in the Catholic Church? You are correct. The authentic worship of the Church as given to her by her Founder, Jesus Christ, is the one, true sacrifice that He established and commanded that we do "in remembrance of Him" until He returns. The one form of Mass at the Last Supper, however, has, over 2,000 years, become many.

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