Dearest Eucharistic Family,
Remain in My Father’s Grace, Jesus’ message to me at morning Mass. The Wisdom of God remains in our hope and trust in Him. This side of the heavens, the tidal wave of evil, tries to consume us. From war consuming our brethren to the death of the innocent in the womb, the disgrace of defilement of children, realities beyond conceivable. Jesus reminds us to remain in Our Father’s Grace.
With the Liturgy at the center of our lives, we live in the Eucharistic Kingdom of Heaven now. Living in the spiritual is a grace for faithful souls. We know Our Redeemer LIVES. We live in Jesus’ love on the way to eternal salvation. We hope to be driven with great zeal by our love for the reception of Communion, the Liturgy of the Hours, the universal prayer of our Catholic Church, and our Rosaries to aid and help others into the light of truth.
Our shield and defense is our prayer. We must remain in the gift of the sacramental life. The Living Word of God teaches us. We need to hear it. Pray with it and try our best to LIVE IT. God’s grace is our hope to live in LOVE.
What more is there?
Is there anything more significant than to strive to LOVE more each day?
We live in God’s grace by our dedication to the Liturgy, keeping the Eucharist at the center of our days.
The crosses of life are indeed with us: destruction, sickness, and even death. Saint Paul reminds us that nothing can separate us from the love of Christ Jesus. The anguish of the heart is honest and keeps us on our knees in Fear of the LORD. Our Fear to LOVE ever more. God’s love is a mystery. The wonderment of hope must live in our hearts; otherwise, we will all despair.
Acts of the will help us to make choices that will bring healthy consequences rather than emotionally distressful realities.
God invites us to live in AWE, awaiting what will come in the fullness of time.
We are blessed to live in the Liturgy of our Catholic Church. Everything has a purpose.
In November, we pray for the holy souls who have gone before us. This time of year helps us to remember our death, for God’s time is a breath.
We are weeks away from the close of the Liturgical Year, soon to enter another Advent. Let us pray for a new birthing of Christ in our lives. The Holy Spirit is active and awaiting to channel graces of love into our world. Our souls are hurting and need prayer. We love God by coming to Him to pray for our salvation. In this, we learn to love others more. And to be on a mission with our Blessed Mother, Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament, to pray for her children, our brothers and sisters in Christ.