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"The Eucharist is the bread that gives strength… It is at once the most eloquent proof of His love and the most powerful means of fostering His love in us. He gives Himself every day so that our hearts as burning coals may set afire the hearts of the faithful."— St. Damien of Molokai

"The Eucharist is the bread that gives strength… It is at once the most eloquent proof of His love and the most powerful means of fostering His love in us. He gives Himself every day so that our hearts as burning coals may set afire the hearts of the faithful."— St. Damien of Molokai

The Eucharist at St. Colman's Catholic Church, Portsmouth, England

The Eucharist at St. Colman's Catholic Church, Portsmouth, England

“In that little Host is the solution to all the problems of the world.” - JPII

“In that little Host is the solution to all the problems of the world.” - JPII

"Dear young people, the happiness you are seeking, the happiness you have a right to enjoy has a name and a face: it is Jesus of Nazareth, hidden in the Eucharist."  - Pope Benedict XVI

"Dear young people, the happiness you are seeking, the happiness you have a right to enjoy has a name and a face: it is Jesus of Nazareth, hidden in the Eucharist." - Pope Benedict XVI

Mother Teresa on the Eucharist

Mother Teresa on the Eucharist

"This IS my body." ~Jesus" Unless you believe, you will not understand. ~St. Augustine

"This IS my body." ~Jesus" Unless you believe, you will not understand. ~St. Augustine

“I really only love God as much as I love the person I love the least.”…

“I really only love God as much as I love the person I love the least.”…

The institution of the Eucharist

The institution of the Eucharist

Excellent Explanation of the Eucharist: 5 Steps to Growing in Your Eucharist Devotion | Catholic Link

Excellent Explanation of the Eucharist: 5 Steps to Growing in Your Eucharist Devotion | Catholic Link

(Symbols) The Tabernacle is a very important symbol to this sacrament. It holds the hosts that are taken to the sick and dying. While a light is always burning when present, quiet prayer is a tradition within the Church.

(Symbols) The Tabernacle is a very important symbol to this sacrament. It holds the hosts that are taken to the sick and dying. While a light is always burning when present, quiet prayer is a tradition within the Church.

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