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Beginning with the Upper Room and Holy Thursday, the celebration of the Eucharist has a long history…In the course of this history, the secondary elements have undergone certain changes, but there has been no change in the essence of the “Mysterium” instituted by the Redeemer of the world at the Last Supper. The Second Vatican Council too brought alterations, as a result of which the present liturgy of the Mass is different in some ways from the one known before the Council.

–St John Paul II (Dominae Cenae, 1980)

About Mother Of The Eucharist

Mother of the Eucharist, through word and image, tells of God’s infinite love. By the Holy Spirit, He was conceived in Mary’s womb to be our food and our salvation made visible in His Son Jesus.

He is the living Bread, therefore Mary is the Mother of this living Bread, the Eucharist. This site, then, will have the Church’s two most brilliant stars, Mary and the Eucharist, shining through its images, articles, poems, and pondering.

Since she is also our Mother she comes to us in all our experiences. You will find her in an article about a kayak journey, prayer in solitude or an experience about one of her great feasts. Since she wants us to know and love her Son she will be near Him in everything written about Him whether that’s about His birth in Bethlehem in Journey To Bethlehem or close to His Sacred Heart in Mary And Jesus Heart To Heart.

To get a closer view of an object to see its features, even the smallest, we use a magnifier. We reach for binoculars to look at a beautiful bird whose features remain distant and unseen without them. In a similar way, we need to draw close to Mary to see Jesus up close in all His splendour. Mother Of The Eucharist, another name for Mother of God (Theotokos) is your magnifier into the Beauty and Love of Christ for you.

Draw close to her Immaculate Heart our safe refuge where Jesus also found rest and refuge. All the writing for Mother Of The Eucharist is for her Immaculate Heart.