By Laura Worhacz
“The Eternal Love of God: There is a truth on which we must meditate all our lives and it is this: God has loved us from all eternity. We have always existed in the goodmess of God’s love, we have always been present in the thoughts of the Holy Trinity: the Father thought of his creature, the Son of those whom He would redeem, the Holy Ghost of those whom He would sanctify.” St. Peter Julian Eymard
Dearest Eucharistic Family,
The old cliche' “Wise Men Still Seek Him” holds true for those who long to find true and everlasting meaning in life, everlasting love. The Holy Mother of God was the first to enter into the manifestation of God’s Love, the first to seek Him; Jesus. St. Peter Julian Eymard reminds us that there is a truth we must meditate on, the truth that we were created in love, created to love and created to find the Epiphany of Chist in our earthly existence. Mary’s yes recognized the thoughts of the Holy Trinity, the redemption of love that would live though her carrying Christ into the world. Jesus was born of the Father so that every Holy family after would be redeemed into Our Creator. The power of God's creative desire to make us one in His goodness overshadowed our Lady. The Holy Spirit continues to breathe life into those who long to be sanctified. Mary espoused the Holy Spirit so to live in the present moment of God’s love, allowing Heaven to exist while walking the earth. The Epiphany of God perseveres through the crosses, toils and disappointment of life, carrying the hope of the fullness of being one amongst the saints in the Halls of Heaven. The wise man still seeks Him; wise men long for Him; wise men find Him in the deep recesses of the soul. Where the reality of self-giving service recognizes the manifestation of Christ, He lives in our service to one another. This is the Manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles. Those who find Him, find the desire to give. It is the place where there is no pain or sorrow. It is a Gift of Self, the place of rest, the Epiphany of God’s Love made manifest here and now, finding the source of strength to empower the offering through the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus Christ. Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament carried the manifestation of God's Love.
Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament
Blessed are you, Mary exalted daughter of Sion!
You are highly favoured and full of grace, for the spirit of God descended upon you.
We magnify the Lord and rejoice with you for the gift of the Word made flesh, bread of life and cup of joy.
Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament, our model of prayer in the cenacle, pray for us that we may become what we receive, the body of Christ your son. Amen