Fuse Yourself With Christ In The Eucharist

Fuse Yourself With Christ In The Eucharist

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10 Quotes On The Eucharist From Fathers of the Church

10 Quotes On The Eucharist From Fathers Of The Church

It can be said that there is a yearning for something – an object, a certain food or a drink – that is capable of giving us eternal life or eternal youth. It is rooted in the deepest recesses of the human heart. This desire has always been present; in the oldest poems, we can […]

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10 Quotes On The Eucharist From The Church Fathers

10 Quotes On The Eucharist From The Church Fathers   Related content: 10 Quotes On The Eucharist From Fathers Of The Church 10 Quotes On Family From The Holy Fathers Fuse Yourself With Christ In The Eucharist The Eucharist Gives Us The Spiritual Energy We Need 5 Tips On How To Receive The Eucharist There […]

10 Surprising Things That Happen When You Go To Adoration More Often

The Eucharist is described in the Catechism as the ‘source and summit’ of our faith. Finding the time to go to Adoration can be difficult. But if you can make it happen, committing to regular Adoration with an open heart can have some surprising results. While they were eating, He took some bread, and after […]

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20 Catholic music and inspirational songs for adoration

21 Songs For Eucharistic Adoration And Prayer

When choosing songs for a personal or community time of Adoration, look for those that bring glory and honor to Our Lord, lead us into a deeper knowledge of Him, and help us become more aware of the presence of God. Our Catholic-Link team has come up with a playlist of 21 songs that we have […]

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4 Life Lessons From Mother Church

4 Life Lessons From Mother Church     More Resources On The Catholic Church Related content: 10 Interesting Facts That You Probably Didn’t Know About The Catholic Church A Guide To Celebrating Mary, Mother Of The Church This Movie Changed How I Think About Our Blessed Mother ‘Behold Your Mother’: How Coronavirus Is Turning The […]

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4 Ways The Old Testament Reveals The Eucharist

What is Typology? Since the time of the Apostles, the Church has shown how intimately interconnected the Old and New Testaments are in the plan of God. This unity is highlighted by typology which “discerns in God’s works of the Old Covenant prefigurations of what he accomplished in the fullness of time in the person […]

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4.5 Ways To Prepare Your Children For Adoration |Part 2 Of A Guide To Children’s Adoration

Welcome to the second part of our series on bringing children to adoration. In case you missed it, the first part is here. In the first part, we established that not only is it acceptable to bring children before the Lord in adoration, it is, in fact, encouraged. Jesus makes it clear that children are […]

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The e United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has launched a three-year long National Eucharistic Revival with five pillars

5 Pillars Of The USCCB’s Eucharistic Revival Explained

In response to a 2019 Pew Study that showed only 30 percent of Catholics believe in the Real Presence, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has launched a three-year long Eucharistic Revival, which started on the Feast of Corpus Christi June 19. 5 Pillars Of The USCCB’s Eucharistic Revival Explained There are five pillars […]

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5 Tips On How To Receive The Eucharist

5 Tips On How To Receive The Eucharist

The eternal debate: receive the Eucharist on the tongue or in the hands? The great debates Catholics get into can be rather heated (and honestly quite entertaining at times), but let’s start with this – Receiving the Eucharist on your tongue vs. in your hands isn’t the determining factor of reverence. That’s right. When discussing […]

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5 Ways To Engage Children With Jesus | Part 3 Of A Guide To Children’s Adoration

This is the third installment of our series on bringing children to adoration as part of a response to the USCCB’s call for a Eucharistic Revival. In the first part of the series, we looked at why it is both appropriate and important for children to go to adoration. In the second, we looked at […]

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5 Ways To Grow In Devotion To The Eucharist This Christmas

I’m somewhat ashamed to say, this story didn’t happen until I was about halfway through seminary: It was my first Christmas in Italy. After three years in the seminary in the United States, I had been sent to the North American College Seminary in Rome for the last four years of my seminary formation.  By […]

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7 Tips To Keep The “Holy” In First Holy Communion

My second grader is preparing to make his First Holy Communion next month.  It is such an honor to be able to help your child get ready to receive Jesus for the first time.  I know that Tobias is very excited about the Sacrament, but several times over these last few weeks I have caught […]

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A Poem About Christ’s Real Presence In The Eucharist

What but as bread, This appears to beIs You, Lord, it’s truly TheeIt is You, Lord, I now receiveThis is true, not just because I believe My belief cannot createCan’t sew a seed, give man a mateCan’t fashion out of dustOne who knows You, merciful and just Alone, I am capable of but sinDespite this […]

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A Saint’s Advice For When You Can’t Make Your Holy Hour…Don’t Worry

When on account of illness, infirmity, or some other reason, you cannot make your (holy) hour, let your heart be saddened for a moment. Then in spirit imagine yourself at adoration in union with those who are actually adoring. On a bed of sickness, or on a journey, or at a task that detains you, […]

Holy Communion is the sign of unity and the bond of charity. - St. John Vianney

A True Sign Of Unity And A Bond Of Charity

    Jesus, whilst He remains after Holy Communion under the Sacred Species, unites us intimately to our neighbours by charity. It is at this moment that He says again His prayer. “Holy Father, that all these may be one as Thou Father in Me and I in You, that they may be one in […]

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