This is a wonderful quote from St. Peter Julian Eymard. He describes the gift of the Father of His Son in the Eucharist given to us. The saint describes this as a personal gift provided to him, and it is a person and individual gift given to him. This does not negate the gift given to us. Jesus gives His body, blood, soul and divinity to each of us individually. It is not a collective gift. Jesus is infinite, so His gift to me is infinite regardless of what He gives anyone else. Each of us can say the words of St. Peter Julian Eymard, “I am His end.” The infinite God who created the universe gives all that He is to you personally and intimately and this is how He wants to spend eternity.
Source: St. Peter Julian Eymard, The Divine Eucharist
St. Peter Julian Eymard was a priest and the founder of the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament. This religious order is “a Catholic religious congregation of priests and brothers whose mission is to share the riches of God’s love manifested in the Eucharist.” The order was founded in Paris in 1856 and continues to follow St. Peter Julian Eymard’s “new way of life in the church, one completely shaped by the Eucharist celebrated, contemplated, and lived in communion.”