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Saturday, June 21, 2014


Charles E Flynn

I think that for anyone who truly believes that the Eucharist is the body and blood, soul and divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ, the stun factor never diminishes.

Greg Oatis

Lately I've been stunned by the depth of the Lord's love for such a flawed, ignorant and weak person as I. Instead of me, he could have created any number of saints, mystics, scientific geniuses, sports stars or charming and attractive Hollywood entertainers.

Yet he chose to create me, knowing all the time what I would be and what I would do.

Not only that, he waits in the form and appearance of a small piece of bread, for me to receive him. Then he comes to me and fills me with his life.

What can you say about a God like that who loves us so extravagantly, flagrantly, wildly, unreasonably?

Stunning? Oh yeah. And then some.

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