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Understanding Sacrifice and the Sacrifice of the Mass

Why is the Eucharist a true sacrifice and not just a commemorative meal? Learn everything you need to know about the Eucharist, worship, the Holy Mass, symbolism, and more.

Total classes: 10

Prerequisite: None

Suggested grade level: 9th to 12th

Suggested credit: ¾ semester Theology. For a full semester, add reading from Mr. Michuta’s optional booklist or add another theology course.


One reason Catholics are losing their faith in Christ’s Real Presence in the Eucharist is because we’ve lost our understanding of the Holy Mass as a Sacrifice. What is a sacrifice? Why do people offer sacrifices? What is it about the Mass that can’t be done praying privately at home? All of these questions and more will be answered in this course.


Class 1 –Sacrifice and the Natural Law – Why Sacrifice Is Offered.

Class 2 – Three Basic Elements of Sacrifice

Class 3 – Old Testament Sacrifices and their meaning

Class 4 – Old Testament Sacrifices and their meaning continued.

Class 5 – Sacrificial Language of the Lord’s Supper

Class 6 – Three Basic Elements of Christ’s Sacrifice on the Cross.

Class 7 – The Sacrifice of the Cross and the Mass

Class 8 – The Mass as Christ’s Offering Head and Body

Class 9 – Christ’s Sacrifice as the Fulfillment of All Sacrifices

Class 10 – Answering Common Objections

Materials and Homework

Course Materials: The reading material for this course is based on a soon-to-be-published manuscript by the same name. Materials will be provided free through PowerPoint. Recommended additional reading: Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist: Unlocking the Secrets of the Last Supper by Brandt Pitre, Foreword by Scott Hahn (Image), ISBN-10: 0385531869 or ISBN-13: 978-0385531863.

Homework: Reading and weekly quizzes to reinforce learning. Quizzes are automated for immediate feedback. Students should expect to spend between 15-30 minutes of homework for reading and taking the quizzes.

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