Tag Archives: Holy Eucharist
In his weekly column for the Washington DC Archdiocesan website, Monsignor Charles Pope raises the question of the meaning of the word used by Saints Matthew and Luke in the petition for “our daily bread” in the Our Father prayer.
Here’s a great story about a priest and a teaching sister who died trying to rescue the Blessed Sacrament from a church fire in 1967.
In his own words, a clip from the Catholic Online interview with Deacon Hezuk: “I think – he continues – I fell in love with the beauty and truth of Catholic faith and it helped me greatly to hear about the Grace of God, the Holy Eucharist and devotion of the faithful to the Virgin Mary and the saints.” “The Mass – he adds – … More →
Today is the feast of Saint Peter Julian Eymard. His Eucharistic retreats given to an order of sisters and a women’s lay sodality in France fill eight volumes. We published one of his most exquisite Christmas sermons “Mary at Bethlehem” on our website here. The following eulogium is a From the Housetops introduction to that sermon.