By Laura Worhacz
St. Peter Julian Eymard's words:
Eymard Library, Vol. 7 page 35
Our Lord has prepared us a long time. He has hedged us about with graces from our infancy, in order to introduce us into the Cenacle of His Eucharist. Let us thank Him with all our heart. Although we may not have given ourselves to Him at so early an age as Mary, we are, however, still in the beginning of the Eucharistic life. The Eucharistic manifestation has only just begun, and our Lord calls us to be among the first to work for its development.
We have consecrated our lives to Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist in and through Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Where do we go from here? St. Peter Julian directs our souls in these words,
"THE EUCHARISTIC MANIFESTATION HAS ONLY JUST BEGUN,"
We are called to serve, first and foremost through our prayers as Adorers of the Blessed Sacrament. We need to build and rebuild our Eucharistic communities of love pointing to the living God. Our Father Will balance our life of prayer and work, we do need to PRAY!
With great JOY this means of communication will be dedicated to Jesus in the Most Blessed Sacrament through Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament, with continued formation through the Apostle of the Eucharist, St. Peter Julian Eymard. He will be our guide.
We will begin with by meditating on the mysteries of the Most Holy Rosary through the eyes of the Eucharist. Ivonne Hernandez will be leading us through St. Peter Julian's insight on the mysteries with some meditative thoughts to accompany his teaching.
May the Most Holy Rosary bring us deeper into the life of Jesus Christ as we pray the Divine scriptures. May we than apply the virtues connected to the mysteries of the most Holy Rosary to our own lives as an offering to Our Heavenly Father and live them out as we go forth to Love and Serve The Lord.
Grateful daughter of Mary,
Continue to be in thanksgiving for the gift to know Jesus through the Heart of Mary.
Prayer to 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.
We are Ivonne Hernandez and Laura Worhacz, lay associates of the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament, homeschooling mothers and sisters in Christ.