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Worth Revisiting - A Heart Consumed

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May you find the following contribution worthy of your time:

Eucharistic Reflection – A Heart Consumed

(Originally posted September 17, 2015)

"When a preacher or catechist retains, in himself the warm life of the Precious Blood, when his heart is consumed with the fire that consumes the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus, what life his words will have: they will burn, they will be living flames! And what effects the Eucharist will have, radiating throughout a class for instance, or through a hospital ward, or in a club, and so on, when the ones God has chosen to work there have nourished their zeal in Holy Communion, and have become Christ-bearers!"
(From The Soul of The Apostolate by Jean Baptiste Chautard, OCSO)

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