If one were to attend the Mass in the Way, he/she would hear the word "sacrifice" as we celebrate the Eucharist. If the NCW really does not believe in the Mass as a sacrifice, then why do we say "sacrifice" in the Mass? If the NCW really does not believe in the Holy Trinity, then why do we make the sign of the cross and say the Nicene Creed?
One can only find information like the above only in anti-Neo websites that have been frozen in time. Does the NCW believe in the sacrifice of the Mass? Of course they do. Does the NCW believe that the Eucharist is a meal. Yes, it does. When Christ said, "Those who eat my body and drink my blood will have eternal life, and I will abide in him and he will abide in Me," it is clear that he was speaking of the Eucharist here as a meal. Christ was literally speaking of eating His Body, which is why many of His disciples left Him. And at the Last Supper when he said, "Do this in memory of me" he was speaking of the Eucharist as a sacrifice. As Catholics, we take everything in the Bible as truth. We do not see one part as truth and ignore the rest.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church speaks of the Mass as a sacrifice and as a banquet. It also speaks of the altar as a table. The eyes of faith sees both rather than only one.