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HISTORY of Christian Theology

A Latin phrase for “from the work worked,” which roughly translated means, “just by doing it correctly.”; It is a phrase used to describe the Roman Catholic view that the Mass is a sacrifice that is valid simply because it was properly performed by an ordained priest. Sometimes this concept is expressed by the phrase opus operatum. See also, Donists.

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