At the parish I formerly attended, one priest consistently changed the words of consecration of the Precious Blood. He ended the consecration prayer like this:
"…for you and for all people so that sins might be forgiven"
This priest is now deceased. I attended his Masses but never felt right about this. Did this render the consecration invalid or doubtfully valid?
I realize that the only essential words of consecration are “this is My Body” and “this is the cup of My Blood”, but then again, nothing can be added or changed that would change the meaning of the consecration. Does this change the meaning?
I would also add that this priest was a Maronite Catholic, though he celebrated the OF Roman Rite Mass. Is it possible that he had an indult to make this change due to rite?