Articles Tagged ‘Eucharistic Adoration’

5th. Sunday of Easter: Abide in Me as I abide in you

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Abide in me as I abide in you. Just as the branch cannot bear fruit by itself unless it abide in the vine, neither can you unless you abide in me. (Jn. 15:4). In today’s Gospel reading, Our Lord speaks of the reality of our union with Him as a mutual indwelling (perichoresis). Abide in me as I abide in you. These words are not meant to be understood metaphorically or symbolically. They express the reality of our life in Christ ... (Continue reading)

Works without faith

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In the March 2015 issue of Catholic Insight, a letter to the editor opines that “many Catholics tend to treat Sunday Mass and receiving Communion as the principal, and sometimes only action required of them.” The letter writer sees Holy Mass as “only a start to our following His teaching.” He believes that once we leave the church after Sunday Mass, many of us are “oblivious to the rest of Christ’s teaching, which is centred on love of your neighbour.” ... (Continue reading)

Reparation to the Sacred Heart: a prayer for troubled times

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It is understandable to feel concern, uncertainty, confusion, and anxiety in these troubled times. Jesus, it seems, is asleep as our little boat continues to be tossed amidst the storms that rage within the Catholic Church and throughout the world. But we know in faith that He remains with us, always attentive to our prayers, and so it is important to stay close to Him. Receive Him frequently in the Holy Eucharist and visit Him often in Eucharistic Adoration. As members ... (Continue reading)

23rd Sunday: Sacred liturgy and Catholic culture

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O come, let us worship God and bow down, before the God who made us, for He is the Lord our God (Ps 95:6-7). In what is known as the Divine Office or the Liturgy of the Hours, the official set of daily prayers prescribed by the Church, all those who recite these prayers, whether in monasteries or religious houses or alone in private recitation, begin with the recitation of Psalm 95, the Responsorial Psalm of our Mass. "Come, let us sing ... (Continue reading)

Eucharistic Adoration: rest for a busy life

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Don't omit your visits to the Blessed Sacrament. After saying your usual prayer tell Jesus, really present in the tabernacle, about the cares and worries of your day. And He will give you light and courage for your life as a Christian. - St. Josemaria Escriva For most people, when we're asked how we are or what's new in our life, the answer often is: "I'm so busy." Busyness is a poverty of our time. We're occupied with the kids, our ... (Continue reading)

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