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Is the consecration valid if the priest says "sin" instead of "sins"?

Question:

The words of consecration state: &quot;. . . which will be shed for all so that sins may be forgiven.&quot; A priest we know says: &quot;sin (singular) may be forgiven.&quot; Is this valid?<br />

Answer:

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