Cornerstone of The New Evangelization

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“The first condition for the new evangelization is adoration. We must regain the ability to adore Christ in the Most Holy Eucharist if we are to bring the men and women of the twenty-first century to faith in Jesus Christ.”

Bishop Dominique Marie Jean Rey

 

 

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Expose Thyself!

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“Like the sick who expose their diseased bodies to the healing rays of the sun, expose miseries, no matter what they are, to the beams of light streaming forth from the Sacred Host.”

(From “The Holy Eucharist” by Father Jose Guadalupe Trevino)

How Much Do You Love God?

It is time to be blunt and honest: we do not love our Lord as we ought and as He deserves!
He has been here among us for more than 2,000 years, yet for all practical purposes we have abandoned and ignored Him. Such neglect must come to an end!

SSS.cover.revStirring Slumbering Souls – 250 Eucharistic Reflections wants to do something about this insulting neglect of such a great Gift.

 Read what noted Catholic author Anne Costa has to say about this book:

“This book accomplished what author Michael Seagriff hoped: that is to ignite my heart and stir my soul to love Jesus more and more. The words contained in this volume speak Truth and breathe Life and offer the reader a broad sampling of some of the finest thoughts and reflections on the Eucharist–our source and summit and surest Love. I can’t wait to get to Adoration!”

Get your copy today and begin to quench our Lord’s Thirst for our love!

 

His Abiding Presence

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“When we pray in His Eucharistic presence, He takes us beyond words, and our relationship with Him, our desire to give ourselves to Him, is deepened. It is for that reason that Eucharistic Adoration flows from the Mass and leads us back to Mass. Jesus’ abiding presence in the Blessed Sacrament is His way of drawing us continually into His presence.”

Archbishop James Peter Sartain

The Living Bread

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In Bethlehem was born the One who, under the sign of broken bread, would leave us the memorial of his Pasch. On this Holy Night [Christmas], adoration of the Child Jesus becomes Eucharistic adoration. We adore you, Lord, truly present in the Sacrament of the Altar, the living Bread which gives life to humanity. We acknowledge you as our one God, a little Child lying helpless in the manger!

 St. John Paul II

Labor Hard

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“Each one of us is a co-worker of Christ – we must labor hard to carry Him to the hearts where He has not yet been known and loved…But, unless we have Jesus, we cannot give Him; that is why we need the Eucharist. Spend as much time as possible in front of the Blessed Sacrament and He will fill you with His strength and His power.”

St. Teresa of Caluctta