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Revisiting Wednesday - Eucharistic Reflection – He Is Whispering to Us

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Ponder this reflection:

Eucharistic Reflection – He Is Whispering to Us

(Originally posted on  January 15, 2014)

(Source: Wikimedia Commons)
"…to the humble man the rose is redder than to the ordinary man. I say with all humility, but with complete confidence, that to the devout believer in the Real Presence, the rose is redder than to other men, the sky is of a deeper blue, the meaning of life is more profound, the light on the path more intense, and the joy which is in the heart of things more easily apprehended. For God is not only in His heaven, not only present everywhere in the inscrutable immensity of His divine nature, but He is present in our midst in a way that grips our heart-strings, looking into our souls with His human eyes, assuaging our bruises with His human hands, loving us with His human heart, and whispering to us from the tabernacle where the little lamp glows before the Sacred Presence, “Come to Me and I will give you rest.”
(From The Real Presence by Eustace Boylan, S.J.)

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