“Shame secretly torments every one of us as fallen human beings. It affects every single relationship we have – with God, with each other, and with ourselves.” – Fr. Derek Sakowski
St. Elizabeth of the Trinity lived a Eucharistic life, wherever she was, whatever she was doing. “You have no need of the Sacrament to come to me,” she said. Claire Dwyer resumes her series.
Holy Communion preserves and increases all the various virtues, which are bestowed upon your soul together with sanctifying graces.
“At Communion you see Jesus with eyes of faith and your heart rejoices.” Read more from Fr. Lovasik’s book “The Basic Book of the Eucharist.”
The Paradox of Holiness and Communion To be holy is to be set apart. To be in communion is to be in solidarity with one