A beautiful overview on the spiritual dispositions of faith, humility, confidence, desire, and reverence need to obtain the effects of Holy Communion with God through receive the Eucharist.
Professor Tracey Rowland is St. John Paul II Chair of Theology at the University of Notre Dame in Australia. She has published 8 books and over 150 articles. In 2020 she was awarded the prestigious Ratzinger Prize for her extensive writings on his theology.
“O God, your mercy knows no bounds and the treasure of your goodness is infinite…” (Prayer after the “Te Deum” Hymn) and “O God, you reveal your almighty power above all by showing mercy and forgiveness…”
Singles of the Eucharist of Mary as their model in how to live a life centered on the Eucharist.
At the Second Vatican Council, the Fathers of the Council authored a document entitled The Dogmatic Constitution on the Church, or Lumen Gentium. It’s teaching: “The Eucharist is “the source and summit of the Christian life” would be…
…even the most beautiful things, gathered from all over the world, would not for a moment fill Your place for me, O God.
From the Diary of Saint Maria Faustinia Kowalska (Paragraph 1811)
The message of Divine Mercy comes into our hearts and then we can pray…
The beginning of this great saints letter to “Bishops, Priests and Deacons, Men and Women in the Consecrated Life and all the lay faithful” is an important Magisterial document for single lay faithful to read. The Magisterium gives us the teachings we need…
Chastitiy and a Eucharist Centered Life The Catechism of the Catholic Church, #2338, relates the “integrity of the person” to the call to chastity: “The chaste person maintains the integrity […]
“Virginal love (or perpetual celibacy), is not an impediment to the full realization of one’s personality. It is not only no hinderance to the fullest attainment of one’s final end, but it promotes that attainment as nothing else can. It not only does not hinder the realization of a perfect personality; it is, very positively, the completion, the sublimation, the perfection of human personality.