Continue?? Love too, but the topic is too great to cram on a post, any thing specifically you wish to address? The Eucharist can never be exhausted as far as explaining because it completes why man does not live on bread alone but by every word of God, which is the Eucharist, the Word of God made flesh is the bread from heaven of which we partake of his body, blood soul and divinity of Jesus Christ (2Peter 1:4).
From the Old Covenant included cereal (bread) offering, Libations of wine, Holocaust or Ollah, sin offering, peace offering, guilt offering, feasts included booths, pentecost or feast of weeks in addition to what I have listed in an earlier post, all have overtones of fulfillment in the Eucharistic sacrifice of Jesus Christ in forms of bread and wine.
What should be mentioned here is what God commanded to remain a perpetual law never ending. This Jesus did when he instituted the Eucharist. Many think that Jesus did away with the old testament law and ordinances, this is true to some extent, but what God commanded to remain perpetual since the old Covenant, is what the Mass fulfills today in the New Covenant of Jesus Christ. Jesus did not abolish the law and the prophets, Jesus fulfilled them. The Mass celebrates the victory of Jesus Kingdom of God on earth as it is in heaven in the New and everlasting covenant.
What I would like to introduce here is that, what makes the Mass so beautiful and eternally unique is that God’s presence is present to all his people, just as in the old covenant when God made himself present not on the 7th day, but on the 8th day prefigured when he would make his presence known to all his people on Sunday the first day of creation in the resurrection. Now I see I am going all over the board here, so I will pause, I am so blessed to be of the Roman Catholic faith that one never stop growing in from grace to grace.
Here are a few authors to seek about such topics; Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger “Called to Communion, Spirit of the Liturgy,Called to Communion”, Adrienne Von Speyer “The Holy Mass”, Rev. A.M. Roguet,O.P. The New Mass, he was an expert at Vatican II, Stephen M.Wylen (Jewish author) "The Jews in the Time of Jesus, I was going to mention the C.C.C, but if you get Scott Hahns books Lambs supper, Swear to God, Letter and Spirit includes the Catechism citations and scripture, plus Scott Hahns books are very easy read.
P.S Mike Aquilina books on the Mass of the Early Church Fathers gives witness and testimony of the Mass we have been celebrating since the first century, but he does not get into much detail of Eucharistic fulfillment as discussed here. Although these are a great and easy to read books.
Peace be with you