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Monday Musings - Sacrilegious Communions and Lack of Belief in the Real Presence

The internet is filled with countless laments over the Pew Research Center’s recent findings that only 26 per cent of Catholics under the age of 40 believe that Jesus is really, truly and substantially present in the Eucharist. This is not news. 

This loss of belief in our Lord’s physical Presence among us is long-standing. In fact, one of the primary reasons I began blogging in 2010 was to address this pressing concern by seeking to promote belief in, reverence for, and awe and amazement of the Holy Eucharist and Eucharistic Adoration. 

Unfortunately, far too many of our Bishops and priests, whose duty it is to assure our Lord the reverence He deserves and to save souls, have been reluctant to do so.

I have written much on this subject. If you are interested you can read a sample of my prior posts here and here.

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