Monthly Archives: May 2016

Daily Eucharist Quote – St. Alphonsus Liguori

"As in all the following visits to the Most Blessed Sacrament a spiritual communion is recommended, it will be well to explain what it is, and the great advantages which result from its practice. A spiritual communion, according to St. Thomas, consists in an ardent desire to receive Jesus in the Most Holy Sacrament, and [...]

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Daily Virtue Quote – Pope Benedict XVI

"Development must include not just material growth but also spiritual growth, since the human person is a 'unity of body and soul', born of God’s creative love and destined for eternal life." Source: Pope Benedict XVI, CARITAS IN VERITATE (Charity in Truth), 6/29/2009

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Twelve Great Eucharist Quotes

This week marks 100 days of Eucharist quotes! To celebrate, I listed the twelve most popular quotes so far. I love every quote I have posted. I accumulated the quotes over the years during my spiritual reading. As I read, I underlined passaged that touched me in some way. Some highlight God's infinite love for us. Others [...]

May 30th, 2016|Categories: Daily Quote: Eucharist, Eucharist|Tags: |2 Comments

Daily Virtue Quote – St. John Climacus

"In the world, slander has caused many a breakup, but in monastic communities it is gluttony that brings about all the falls and transgressions.  Keep mistress gluttony under control and every abode will then give you dispassion, but let her take hold of you and every place outside the grave will be a menace to [...]

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Daily Eucharist Quote – Ven. Fulton Sheen

"The Fathers of the Church were constantly struck by the relationship between Baptism and the Eucharist; the blood and the water which flowed from the side of Christ on the Cross had deep significance. Water was the symbol of our regeneration and, therefore, betokened Baptism; blood, the price of our Redemption, was the sign of [...]

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Daily Virtue Quote – Thomas a’ Kempis

"The life of a good religious ought to abound in every virtue so that he is interiorly what to others he appears to be.  With good reason there ought to be much more within than appears on the outside, for He who sees within is God.  Whom we ought to reverence most highly wherever we [...]

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Daily Eucharist Quote – Pope Pius XII

"Through Holy Orders men are set aside and consecrated to God, to offer the Sacrifice of the Eucharistic Victim, to nourish the flock of the faithful with the Bread of Angels and the food of doctrine, to guide them in the way of God's commandments and counsels and to strengthen them with all other supernatural [...]

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Daily Eucharist Quote – St. John Vianney

"O my soul, how great thou art since only a God can satisfy thee! The food of the soul is the Body and Blood of a God! What beautiful nourishment! The soul can only feed on a God! No other than God can suffice. Only God can satisfy its hunger. It needs God absolutely." [...]

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Daily Virtue Quote – Pope Benedict XVI

"To desire the common good and strive towards it is a requirement of justice and charity." Source: Pope Benedict XVI, CARITAS IN VERITATE (Charity in Truth), 6/29/2009

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Daily Virtue Quote – St. Teresa of Avila

"I cannot understand how humility exists, or can exist, without love, or love without humility, and it is impossible for these two virtues to exist save where there is great detachment from all created things." Source: Saint Teresa of Avila, The Way of Perfection, Dover Thrift Editions, 2012.

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