What if Jesus on the night of the Last Supper entered the room first. Then Judas told all the apostles outside that he had accepted thirty pieces of silver to betray Jesus tonight. He had received the money from the church elders, and although he knows Jesus is innocent, he cannot in his conscience deny the church elders the right to judge & convict Jesus. So Judas enters next and the rest stand outside discussing the developments. Then they all enter and Jesus consecrates the bread & wine and distributes to all, maybe knowing he is betrayed but not knowing whether the other apostles know.
In this scenario, the situation raises these important questions.
Does Jesus give scandal to Judas if he thinks the apostles are unaware of Judas serious sin by denying Judas the Eucharist?
Does Jesus give scandal to the Eucharist if all know that Judas has betrayed him without publicly repenting of his action?
Does Peter give scandal to the Eucharist if he passes the bread & wine to Judas, not knowing whether Judas had suddenly repented and confessed to Jesus just prior to the apostles entering the room when they were alone?
What message does one get in each of these three situations about the Eucharist if it is distributed to Judas?
Was the Body & Blood of Jesus sacrificed for ALL or for MANY?