The Eucharist is a mystery of presence, the perfect fulfilment of Jesus’ promise to remain with us until the end of the world.
The Eucharist is everything to us, because at the Last Supper, on the night he was betrayed, our Savior instituted the Eucharistic sacrifice of his Body and Blood. He did this to perpetuate his sacrifice on the cross so we can be united everyday to His saving love.
When we go to adoration, it’s sometimes hard to pray. To help ourselves, it’s best to bring just the Psalms or the readings for the day’s Mass.
You come to me Jesus truly You in this Bread dissolving into my body. Flesh and Blood cleansing who I am burdened with the sin…
Pure Bread of Christ We celebrate today, October 17, one of the most influential figures of the Church. His letters, written while being escorted to…
It’s impossible to exaggerate the impact of hearing the hymn Panis Angelicus. How did this amazing work come to Us?