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How do you respond to Traditionalist claims that the use of "for all" in the consecration invalidates the Mass?


I have heard some traditionalist Catholics argue that the Novus Ordo Mass (the ordinary Mass you hear in most parishes) is invalid because it states that Jesus shed his blood &quot;for you and for all.&quot; The Latin has &quot;pro multis,&quot; which means &quot;for many,&quot; not &quot;for all.&quot;


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