MARY, OUR MOTHER

Saturday, October 27, 2012

The Most Blessed Sacrament: The Greatest Possible Gift in the Person of Jesus Christ

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“Today during Holy Mass I saw the crucified Jesus. Jesus was nailed to the cross and was in great agony. His suffering pierced my soul and body in a manner which was invisible, but nevertheless most painful.

Oh, what awesome mysteries take place during Mass! A great mystery is accomplished in the Holy Mass. With what great devotion should we listen to and take part in this death of Jesus. One day we will know what God is doing for us in each Mass, and what sort of gift He is preparing in it for us. Oh Jesus, my Jesus, with what great pain is my soul pierced when I see this fountain of life gushing forth with such sweetness and power for each soul, while at the same time I see souls withering away and drying up through their own fault”.

Our Lord said to her with great sadness: “Oh how painful it is to Me that souls so seldom unite themselves to Me in Holy Communion. I wait for souls, and they are indifferent toward Me. I love them tenderly and sincerely and they distrust Me…they treat Me as a dead object…”

St. Faustina Kowalska

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Living with God's will is the Journey and the Goal... Transformation into Christ
In describing St. Gertrude the Great’s friendship with Jesus, Fr. Prevot states:
“The condition of friendship is to share by the deepest sympathy, every pleasure and affliction of the one we love and have but one heart with him. Jesus has fulfilled this condition (perfectly). He has taken our human heart and made Himself one Heart with us…Oh, may it be the same with me dear Lord! May my sentiments be guided entirely by yours, and may there be between your will and mine, not only union, but unity. Oh Jesus, may your Heart be my heart, your sorrow, my sorrow, your joy, my joy! May I leave myself entirely to go into Jesus: He is my Center…He is my all! Oh Jesus, You in me and I in You! May we be united forever, now and in eternity!”

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St. Gertrude teaches us how our actions are sanctified by union with the Heart of Jesus. She recommends we place all our works in His Heart as a sacred refuge that they may be transformed and sanctified by His Divine intentions. This reality requires daily practice, but will be one of the most important acts of our daily life. We can and will transform all for God’s glory and the salvation of souls as God’s power and mercy are infinite. He wants us, begs us, to participate in His Divine love.

Fr. Andrew Prevot

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