On the Cross Jesus said “I thirst”. From the Blessed Sacrament Jesus continues to say to each of us “I thirst”. He thirsts for our personal love, our intimacy, our union with Him in the Blessed Sacrament.
(Saint Teresa of Calcutta)
Let’s be frank: If we really believe that Jesus Christ is truly and substantially present, Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity in the tabernacles of our Churches, we would be there with Him. We would do everything in our power to spend some time with Him and to encourage others to do so as well.
But we don’t really believe this essential Truth. We have abandoned our Loving Lord to his prison-tabernacle and locked the doors of His Churches so that even the few drawn to be with Him are unable to get in.
Stop for a moment and ponder this shocking reality from our Lord’s perspective. Is this anyway to treat the Son of God? Of course it isn’t.
Go visit and comfort our abandoned and forgotten Lord
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Stop what you are doing and go visit Him!
“Jesus is not on His Eucharistic throne to receive the adorations of the angels and to enjoy the company of the blessed. These He finds in heaven.
But He is on His Eucharistic throne to receive your adorations, to listen to your confidences, and to console and alleviate your sorrows and trials.”
(Father Jose Guadalupe Trevino from The Holy Eucharist)