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Every moment of every day

September 28
"At every moment of every day, somewhere in the world, bread and wine become the Body and Blood of Jesus."
-Johnnette Benkovic Williams
Today’s Reflection:
What an awesome gift that Jesus is available to us every moment of every day, any where in the world. Take time today to express to the Lord your gratitude for this great gift.
  

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Meeting Jesus

September 27
"What could be more important than meeting Jesus Who in the Mass leaps down from heaven to be with us?
-Dr. Ronda Chervin
Today’s Reflection:
To what extent are you willing to sacrifice so that you may receive Jesus in the Eucharist more frequently?
  

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In the presence of God

September 26
"After I enter the chapel I place myself in the presence of God and I say to him, 'Lord, here I am; give me whatever you wish.'"
-St. Catherine Laboure
Today’s Reflection:
Are you content to receive whatever the Lord desires to give you vs. what you want?
  

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Into each Christian

September 25
"...the Eucharist is a mode of being, which passes from Jesus into each Christian, through whose testimony it is meant to spread throughout society and culture. For this to happen, each member of the faithful must assimilate, through personal and communal meditation, the values which the Eucharist expresses, the attitudes it inspires, the resolutions to which it gives rise."
-St. John Paul II
Today’s Reflection:
What does the Eucharist being a "mode of being" mean to you?
  

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His Heart

September 24
"Through the gift of the Holy Eucharist, Jesus makes available to us His own Most Sacred Heart, the very heart that was pierced with a sword upon Calvary's hill. He gives His Heart so that our own hearts may be purified and cleansed, strengthened and made new, healed and set free.
-Johnnette Benkovic Williams
Today’s Reflection:
Do you believe in the healing power of the Eucharist? Have you experienced it? We'd love to hear your story.
  

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From the depths of my heart

September 23
"From the depths of my heart I thank You, dear Lord,
for Your infinite kindness in coming to me.
I thank You for nourishing my soul
with Your Sacred Body and Precious Blood.
Grant that I may spend the hours of the day gladly
working with You according to Your will."
-Act of Thanksgiving
Today’s Reflection:
In what other ways are your grateful for the gift of the Eucharist?
  

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O my Divine Bridegroom

September 22
"I beg you, O my Divine Bridegroom, to be the Restorer of my soul...
Tomorrow, with the help of your grace, I will begin a new life in which each moment will be an act of love and renunciation."
-St. Therese of Lisieux
Today’s Reflection:
In what ways would you like to begin a new life tomorrow?
  

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Food for our souls

September 21
"When we kneel before the tabernacle, when we receive Holy Communion, we acknowledge the awesome reality that God, who made the heavens and earth, the ruler of all that is and was and is to come, chose to come and dwell in
our church -- to be food for our souls."
-Dale O'Leary
Today’s Reflection:
What strikes you most about the fact that the God of the universe becomes food for your soul?
  

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Through the sacraments

September 20
"It is through the sacraments and the exercise of the virtues that the sacred nature and organic structure of the priestly community is brought into operation. Incorporated in the Church through baptism, the faithful are destined by the baptismal character for the worship of the Christian religion; reborn as sons of God they must confess before men the faith which they have received from God through the Church. They are more perfectly bound to the Church by the sacrament of Confirmation, and the Holy Spirit endows them with special strength so that they are more strictly obliged to spread and defend the faith, both by word and by deed, as true witnesses of Christ. Taking part in the Eucharistic sacrifice, which is the fount and apex of the whole Christian life, they offer the Divine Victim to God, and offer themselves along with It. Thus both by reason of the offering and through Holy Communion all take part in this liturgical service, not indeed, all in the same way but each in that way which is proper to himself. Strengthened in Holy Communion by the Body of Christ, they then manifest in a concrete way that unity of the people of God which is suitably signified and wondrously brought about by this most august sacrament."
-Lumen Gentium, No. 11
Today’s Reflection:
Why do you think the Eucharist is the "fount and apex of the
whole Christian life"?
  

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With unveiled face

September 19
"And we all, with unveiled face, beholding the glory of the Lord, are being changed into his likeness from one degree of glory to another; for this comes from the Lord who is the Spirit."
-2 Corinthians 3:18
Today’s Reflection:
When we come with openness of heart to pray before the Presence of our Lord, we grow more and more into His likeness. How is this evident in your life?
  

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