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Our Morning Offering – 6 May – The Sixth Sunday of Easter, Year B

Our Morning Offering – 6 May – The Sixth Sunday of Easter, Year B

Prayer to the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus
By Fr Vincent Martin Luca

With all my heart, I love You, Jesus
because You are all good
and deserving of all my love,
for You died for my sins,
the just man for the sake of the unjust,
that You may lead me to God the Father.
From Your Eucharistic Heart,
the Source of all Love,
renew Your Spirit within me
that I may love others,
with a new heart
made from Your very own Love.
Amenwith all my heart I love you Jesus - by fr vincent martin luca - 6th sunday of easter B - 6 may 2018

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2 thoughts on “Our Morning Offering – 6 May – The Sixth Sunday of Easter, Year B

  1. And here is the reason: “You died for my sins,

    the just man for the sake of the unjust,

    that You may lead me to God the Father.” The reason for what, do you ask?  This is the reason Jesus Christmas is *worthy of homage.* Let me also give a shout out for this man’s willingness to take on justice issues. Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone

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    1. Amen Stacy, we attempt via our homage to repay the injustice metered out to the ‘just’. And must, by our lives, live out our ‘homage’ to God in justice, peace and love.

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