Results from Tag: 'church teaching on the eucharist'
‘Jesus waits for us in this sacrament of love.’
Widespread reception of Communion with insufficient worthiness ‘concerns me greatly,’ says the prefect emeritus of the Apostolic Signatura.
The bishop was among the keynote speakers at Philadelphia’s Eucharistic Congress.
While some have criticized the ongoing Eucharistic Revival for drawing attention away from works of mercy and acts of justice, the lives of Catholics devoted to both the poor and the Eucharist show they go hand in hand.
Pope Calls US National Eucharistic Congress ‘a Significant Moment in the Life of the Church,’ Underscores ‘in the Eucharist Christ Himself Is Truly in Our Midst’
‘I believe that we have lost the sense of adoration in our day,’ he said. ‘We must rediscover the sense of adoration in silence. It is up to the bishops to catechize the faithful about praying through adoration.'
User’s Guide to the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ
The 22nd edition of the annual procession was attended by about 130 students, faculty and community members on May 11 procession, winding from the church to the courtyard of the Angelicum, past classrooms, the library, auditoriums and back to the church.
User’s Guide to the Third Sunday of Easter
COMMENTARY: As we enter more deeply into the Eucharistic Revival, it’s important to grow in our awareness of the connection between the Eucharist and reconciliation, between devotion to Jesus’ sacramental self-giving and his sacramental mercy.