Archbishop Daniel N. DiNardo Speaks about the Eucharist

abdinardo.jpgOur most intense union with Christ is in receiving His precious Body and Blood in Holy Communion.  In eating His flesh and drinking His blood in sacramental sign, we are one with Jesus Christ in a way unparalleled in our lives.  We also look to Christ’s abiding presence in the Eucharist as a source of contemplation, adoration, prayer and praise.  Eucharistic adoration helps us to understand the abiding presence of Christ with us, with the Church and in the world. (“A Short Message on the Eucharist”, June 9, 2006 by Archbishop Daniel N. DiNardo, bishop of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston)


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