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Quote/s of the Day – 8 July – May we never forget Your Presence.

Quote/s of the Day – 8 July –  The Memorial of Blessed Peter Vigne (1670-1740)

“Jesus, so ardently loved,
would that You were known everywhere,
so that the world would glorify You,
who wish to remain hidden
under the appearance of bread and wine
until the end of time.”jesus so ardently loved - bl peter vigne - 8 july 2019.jpg

“Lord, give me a love
which is ever eager to live
as You would have me live.
May I always wish to glorify You
and never forget Your Presence.”

Blessed Peter Vigne (1670-1740)

Apostle of Eucharistic Adorationlord give me a love - never forget your presence - bl peter vigne 8 july 2019.jpg

“Contemplating Christ present in the Eucharist and the saving Passion,
Fr Peter Vigne was led to be a true disciple and a faithful missionary
of the Church.
May his example give the faithful,
the desire to draw daring for the mission
from the love of the Eucharist
and from the adoration of the Blessed Sacrament!”

St Pope John Paul II (1920-2005)

Homily on the Beatification of Blessed Peter Vigne,
Sunday, 3 October 2004contemplating christ present in the eucharist - st john paul on bl peter vigne 8 july 2019.jpg

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