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THE BREAD THAT JESUS GIVES IS MORE THAN HIS WORDS, MORE THAN HIS TEACHINGS --- JESUS SAID POINT BLANK - I AM THE BREAD OF LIFE - He didn't say - MY WORDS ARE THE BREAD OF LIFE...YET AT EVERY MASS HE GIVES US BOTH - BOTH HIS WORDS IN THE BIBLE AND HIS VERY SELF IN HOLY COMMUNION !
BREAD OF LIFE (Reflection for 2nd August 2015 - Year B)
Gospel of John chapter 6 - in Maltese language...
... "Do you also want to leave ?"
THE 7 SECRETS OF THE EUCHARIST by Vinny Flynn (based on his 'must read' book by the same name)
"Marian Coredemption and the Mystery of the Eucharist – In the thought of Mother Mary Constance Zauli”
video published in Youtube by FFIPerth on 12 Aug 2015
Listen to this read excerpt of “Marian Coredemption and the Mystery of the Eucharist – In the thought of Mother Mary Constance Zauli”, a paper presented by Fr. Stefano Manelli at the 6th annual International Symposium on Marian Coredemption (held July 20-23, 2005 at Worth Abbey School, Sussex, England). The complete paper of Fr. Manelli, as well as that of the other presenters is compiled in Volume 6 of the “Mary at the Foot of the Cross” series produced by the Academy of the Immaculate
Mary Coredemptrix in the Eucharistic Mystery
Catholics always believe that there is a close association between the mystery of Christ in the Holy Eucharist and the mystery of Mary. This “sense of faith” is given theological and doctrinal exposition in this exciting new volume of Mary at the Foot of the Cross - VI: Marian Coredemption in the Eucharistic Mystery.
Originally presented as Acts of the Marian symposium in England in the year of the Eucharist 2005, this precious collection of articles presents profound insights on the relationship between Marian Coredemption and Eucharistic mystery. Articles such as the late John Paul II’s teachings on Mary’s Presence in the Mass, Mary and the Eucharist in John of the Cross, St. Louis Grignion de Montfort, Adrienne Von Speyer, St. Veronica Giuliani, are only some of the most inspiring thought on the subject matter compiled in one decent volume. Ideal for scholarly research written by theologians and scholars, this volume is also accessible to non-professional readers as well. A must reading on the central truth of our Catholic faith: Mary and the Holy Eucharist.