The Eucharist is the ‘source and summit’ of the Christian life here on earth.
The Eucharist means ‘thanksgiving’ and the Eucharist which IS the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ present among us on earth is an incessant hymn of thanksgiving to the Father of all goodness.

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A miracle-Jesus truly present in the Eucharistic host

The Eucharist is also a constant reason to offer the thanksgiving of Jesus, our risen Saviour, to the Father of all goodness and light.
Jesus in His great love, invented a tremendous and miracolous way to be with us until the end of time as He promised us He would at the end of the Gospel.

The Risen Jesus is as physically present with us now on earth in every Catholic Church Tabernacle as he was with his apostles before the Ascension or with Emmaus disciples.

The only difference is that our senses cannot ‘see’ or hear Him but the eyes of faith, the eyes of love see Him all glorious and respledent in his marvellous humility.
St Thomas Aquinas, the most learned of theologinas told us that the Eucharistic presence of Jesus can’t be discerned by human sense but only with our hearts.

A great site giving excellent Eucharistic information and details of scientifically verified miracles can be found here.

May the Eucharist always be the source and summit of our faith and the promise and reassurance of our life to come.

As St Peter Julian Eymard said, ‘The Holy Eucharist is the perfect expression of the love of Jesus Christ for man, since It is the quintessence of all the mysteries of his life’ (1811-1868)

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