I have to take exception here to some statements made. Emphasis added.
I wrote some where else on here about the Mass or taking of the Eucharist. I will repeat what I said before:
Luke 22:19; 1 Corinthians 11:24, 25 says: “Do this in remembrance of me.” The Greek word is [i:3l9upweb]anamnesis[/i:3l9upweb] which means remembering or recollection. It also means “memory.” I recall that the Mass is a recreation of the Last Supper whereby Christ sacrifices the bread and wine and destroys it and changes it into His body and blood. He also anoints his apostles as priests. No blood is shed until the next day — Good Friday. The mass is a commemoration of these two events — the Last Supper and Crucifixion.
The only person who is infallible is the Pope when he speaks [i:3l9upweb]Ex Cathedra[/i:3l9upweb]. I do not know that priests and bishops are able to claim infallibility.
Please correct me if I am wrong, as a Catholic.