In the Mass we participate in the re-presentation of Christ’s sacrifice on the cross, which is made present to us by the Eucharist.
The sacrifice which merits our redemption is Jesus’ life. The cross is the place where the sacrifice is complete and so the Father accepts the Son’s offering, establishing an everlasting covenant.
In the Eucharist, we receive the glorified and risen Jesus.
So does this mean in his risen state Jesus eternally re-presents the sacrifice he offered on the cross? Like just by the fact of his existence as Risen Lord, for instance he’s just walking on the beach in Galilee, re-presents the sacrifice?
Does this make sense and sound right, or am i off base and someone please correct my mistake!