The Council of Trent, held in various periods between 1545 and 1562, was the Roman Catholic response to the Reformation, and clearly defined, as infallible dogma (empasis mine!) many of it's teachings. Presented here are two of it's statements on the Mass. These statements have NEVER been
rescinded by the church, but rather were affirmed in Vatican II as valid. The below can be verified by any honest person who will take the time to check the document
referred to on this page.
Canon 1 - Whosoever shall deny that in the most holy sacrament of the Eucharist there are truly, really and substantially contained the body and the blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, together with his soul and divinity, and consequently Christ entire, but shall affirm that he is present therein only
in a sign and figure, or by his power, let him be accursed.
Canon 6 - Whosoever shall affirm that Christ, the only-begotten son of God, is not to be adored in the holy eucharist with the external signs of the worship which is due to God and therefore that the eucharist is not to be honored with extraordinary festive celebration, nor solemnly carried about in
processions, according to the laudable and universal rites and customs of the holy Church, nor publicly presented to the people for their adoration, and that those who worship the same are
idolaters, let him be accursed.
(Conc. Trid, sess. xiii, De Sac. Sanct. Euch. Sacram.)
Interpretation: Any non Roman Catholic, who believes in salvation as a FREE GIFT is cursed and bound for hell. That is pure
Babylonian, pagan nonsense.