(Photo from Father Lawrence Lew, O.P. - God’s Excessive Love - Used With Permission)
" "I can never suffer as much as I deserve for my sins; and no matter how much I suffer, it will never be a hell of suffering, though that is what my guilt deserves." – St. Anthony Mary Claret

Sunday, August 19, 2012

Eucharistic Reflection

"Why did Jesus not limit His Eucharistic Presence to the solemn moments of Holy Mass? Why does He not continue it only during those hours when, amid lights and flowers, He receives the adoration and homage of His sons? Why does He remain also during the nights, even in tabernacles where He is abandoned and forgotten and sometimes subjected to sacrilegious profanation?"

"It would seem that this persistent miracle of the Real Presence of Jesus under the appearances of the consecrated bread, even in times of profanation, is an excessive prodigality, both useless and incompatible with the Divine Majesty."

"And yet, this is the very reason why Jesus chose to do so; to love with a love that knows no measure and does not shrink from excess. This was the purpose for which He invented and “instituted the Holy Eucharist as we have it. ‘He loved to the end.’”
(From The Holy Eucharist by Jose Guadalupe Trevino)

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