After opening the tabernacle, the prelate genuflects and proceeds to remove the ciborium containing the consecrated Hosts from the tabernacle.
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On This Day Almost 800 Years Ago, the Practice of Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament Began
This Sept. 11 marks 796 years since perpetual adoration of the Blessed Sacrament began in Avignon, France.
Holy Hour discussions from the 1980s offer signature wisdom in new series.
A contemplative religious community in New Mexico compares the 1947 incident to ‘something far more compelling and amazing’ that occurred 2,000 years ago.
Communion in Action: Indiana Procession Highlights Universal, Missionary Dimensions of Eucharistic Faith
The faithful, 5,000 strong, launched the National Eucharistic Revival in the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend.
Pope Francis on Corpus Christi: Let Jesus Christ, ‘Living in the Eucharist,’ Fill You With His Presence
Jesus Christ’s self-giving presence is key to understanding the Eucharist, the Holy Father said.
Eucharistic Preacher, a Catholic Convert and Priest, Hopes to Convey Real Presence’s ‘Transformative Nature’
As part of the multiyear National Eucharistic Revival being put on by the U.S. bishops, 60 priests have been commissioned to make themselves available to convey the meaning of the Blessed Sacrament.
A plenary indulgence is a grace granted by the Catholic Church through the merits of Jesus Christ, Mary, and all the saints to remove the temporal punishment due to sin.
SCRIPTURES & ART: What Jesus speaks of today is stupendous, mind-boggling, so utterly gratuitous that it rightly engenders awe — and wrongly engenders resistance.