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Quote of the Day – 22 December – In the Eucharist, He spans the centuries

Quote of the Day – 22 December – The Fourth Sunday of Advent, Year A

“Jesus Christ, the God-Man,
was born in a manger
and is spiritually reborn on the altar.
He suffered on Calvary
and continues to offer Himself on the altar.
In His earthly life, He spread His teaching
and worked miracles among the crowds.
In the Eucharist, He spans the centuries
and communicates Himself to all.”

St John Chrysostom (347-407)

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4 thoughts on “Quote of the Day – 22 December – In the Eucharist, He spans the centuries

  1. You know me, I see that they all new this as a truth but a lot of current Catholics don’t seem to get the message at all. I stopped a person last Sunday walking away with host in her hand and started back to her seat. I always take the Sacrament on my tongue as I am not worthy to touch it.


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