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“I Am The Living Bread That Came Down From Heaven” (Jn 6:51)

“I am the Living Bread that came down from Heaven.” (Jn 6:51)
The world awaits Him! 
His presence in Adoration invites us to
“Come, and take whatever you need.”
“The act of adoration outside Mass prolongs and intensifies
all that takes place during the liturgical celebration itself.
ndeed, only in adoration can a profound and genuine reception mature.
And it is precisely this personal encounter with the Lord
that then strengthens the social mission contained in the Eucharist,
which seeks to brake down not only the walls
that separate the Lord and ourselves,
but also and specially the walls that separate us from one another.”
(Sacramentum Caritatis, Benedict XVI)
“Let us be generous with our time in going to meet Jesus
and be ready to make reparation for the great evils of the world.
Let your adoration never cease.”
(Dominicai Cenae, Blessed John Paul II).
“Just as you can’t be exposed to the sun without receiving its rays,
neither can you come to Jesus exposed to the Blessed Sacrament
without receiving the Divine Rays of His Grace, His Love, His Peace.
Christ is truly the Emmanuel, that is, God with us, day and night,
He is in our midst. He dwells with us full of grace and truth.
He restores morality, nourishes virtue, consoles the afflicted,
and strengthens the weak.”
(Mysterium Fidei, Paul VI)
He, the Lord Our God, is really there!
“I am the Living Bread that came down from Heaven.” (Jn 6:51)

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