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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Worth Revisiting - Eucharistic Reflection - The Blessed Sacrament - Magnet of Souls

Thank you Allison Gingras  (Reconciled To You) and Elizabeth Riordan (Theology Is A Verb) for hosting  Worth Revisiting.

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You will enjoy your visits.

I offer this reflection:

Eucharistic Reflection - The Blessed Sacrament - Magnet of Souls


(Originally posted on March 18, 2014)

(Source: Wikimedia Commons)

“…the Blessed Sacrament is the magnet of souls. There is a mutual attraction between Jesus and the souls of men. Mary drew Him down from heaven. Our nature attracted Him rather than the nature of angels. Our misery caused Him to stoop to our lowness. Even our sins had a sort of attraction for the abundance of His mercy and the predilection of His grace. Our repentance wins Him to us. Our love makes earth a paradise to Him; and our souls lure Him as gold lures the miser, with irresistible fascination. This is the attraction on our side. On the other hand, He draws us to Himself by grace, by example, by power, by lovingness, by beauty, by pardon, and above all by the Blessed Sac­rament. Every one who has had anything to do with ministering to souls has seen the power which Jesus has.”
(Father Frederick Faber from The Blessed Sacrament)

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