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Date of publication: 2002
The Council of Trent declared that the first Mass was performed by Jesus Christ at the Last Supper and this tradition was continued in apostolic times as recorded in Corinthians 11:17-34. In actuality, the Lord’s Supper was not a Mass and the apostles did not duplicate what the Council of Trent called the unbloody representation of the sacrifice on the cross. There was, however, allegorically in the OT an unbloody representation of the sacrifice on the cross. When Moses disobeyed the Lord and unwittingly performed this act, he in effect offered the first Mass and was banned from entering the Holy Land because of his disobedience.
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