The Church of England has all the sacrifice which the Catholic Church has, and she dares not have more. In her Office for the Holy Communion
- she has a sacrificium primitivum, i.e. a sacrifice in which she offers "alms and oblations," primitioe, or first-fruits, of His own gifts, to God, as the Creator and Giver of all;
- she has a sacrificium eucharisticum, i.e. a "sacrifice of praise and thanksgiving;"
- she has a sacrificium votivum, in which the communicant presents himself, his "soul and body to be a reasonable sacrifice to God," and in which the Church offers herself, which is "Christ's mystical body," to God;
- a sacrificium commemorativum, commemorative of the death and sacrifice of Christ;
- a sacrificium representativum, which represents and pleads His meritorious sufferings to God;
- a sacrificium impetrativum, which implores the benefits of Christ's death from Him;
- and she has a sacrificium applicativum, which applies them to the worthy receiver.
- But she has no sacrificium defectivum, in which the cup is denied to the lay communicant;
- nor, on the other hand, has she a sacrificium suppletivum, to make up any supposed defects in the One great sacrifice offered once for all for the sins of the world, upon the cross, by Him Who "remaineth a Priest for ever after the order of Melchizedek."