Thought for the Day – 2 July – “Month of the Sacred Heart” – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971)
The Tabernacle Lamp
“We should find time, everyday, to pay a visit to the Blessed Sacrament.
Jesus Christ is present in all the Churches of the world as a voluntary prisoner of love.
He is waiting for us.
“I will not leave you orphans,” (Jn 14:18) He promised, for He loves us, with an infinite love which knows no limits of time or place.
He has been there, throughout the centuries in every corner of the globe, from the splendid Cathedrals in the noisy cities, to the humble little Chapels of the lonely Missions.
No matter where we go, we can find the King of Kings enthroned within the Tabernacle, waiting lovingly for us!
Since we need Him so much, why do we not go to Him?
We have many things to do but this is the first and most necessary.
It will often require some little sacrifice to spend a quarter of an hour before the Tabernacle but, nothing good can ever be achieved without sacrifice.
Moreover, Jesus deserves this sacrifice, for did He not give Himself entirely for us?
Does He not continue to sacrifice Himself in the Sacrament and in the Sacrifice of the Altar?
Let us go to Jesus everyday and we shall find comfort for our souls.
When we kneel in front of the Tabernacle and speak with Jesus, we shall feel confident that He is listening to us.
We shall be certain that He sympathises with our weaknesses, understands our needs and is anxious to enrich us with His graces.”
3 thoughts on “Thought for the Day – 2 July – The Tabernacle Lamp”
We have some parishioners who stop by for 15 or 20 minutes. Thank God ( no it’s not just when my bladder is full. I know your thoughts.Sometimes)
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There you go again 🤣🤣🤣
Give praise and thanks that you still have Adoration!