Catholic Christians also believe that there is only one sacrifice,
Jesus', but following the command "as often as" to proclaim
the death of the Lord,
the sacrifice of Christ is made physically
present to every Christian in all places in every age
The Eucharist makes the a-temporal a-physical actions of Christ's
redeeming action truly present to us always and everywhere.
This is incarnational.
Following the word of God, Catholics also know that Christ is
not and cannot be re-sacrificed. This has never been the teaching
of the Catholic Church.
But this one (Jesus) offered
for sins ...
He has no need, as did the high priests, to offer sacrifice
day after day, first for his own sins and then for those of
he did that once for all
when he offered