What Other Faith Has Our Eucharistic Lord?

Parents, Siblings, Cousins Or Friends Abandon
Our Eucharistic Lord For Greener Pastures!

My Dear People,

Why Our Lord would be so merciful and so generous as to leave us His Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity for our ongoing sanctification is a complete mystery. When Jesus first taught His disciples, “Unless you eat my Body and drink my Blood, you will have NO life in you” many left Him. He turned to Peter and the Apostles and asked if they were leaving as well. Peter speaks up and says, “Lord to whom shall we go; You have the words of everlasting life.”

O Salutaris Hostia

The Holy Eucharist, Our Bread Of Life

Our first Pope speaks for all of us in the declaration. What other denomination, what other faith can we go to, to find our Eucharistic Lord? And yet today, in all of our families we find parents, siblings, cousins and friends abandoning the Eucharist in search of something better. These apostates are no different than the first disciples who abandoned Our Eucharistic Lord in search for “greener” pastures.

Do not stop praying for the lost sheep. Jesus longs for their return. Pray for your conversion and theirs that we might always seek Him in the Holy Eucharist!

Entrusting you to the care of Our Lady,

Fr. Mark Bozada

May we always be merciful and generous to His Body and Blood.

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8 comments to What Other Faith Has Our Eucharistic Lord?

  • Bernadette

    Eucharist : the greatest gift I have ever been given.

  • The Eucharist is the summit and soul of our Church. The Eucharist is Jesus Christ personally in the flesh. Without the Eucharist our Church would collapse over night. One of the most effective ways of praying for others and our Church and our Pope and Bishops and Priests and religious is to simply pray the Rosary, and of course go to Holy Mass on every day of obligation and daily if you can.
    GBY and KGFG God bless you and keep going for God

  • karen lyons

    Lord you are in our breath,
    Lord you are in the air we walk between,
    Lord you are in our thoughts and on our mind,
    When our hearts sing,
    Our Lord you elevate our joy,
    Our praises are for you Our Lord,
    You raise us up, Our Lord. Amen

  • Esther Ventura Ferencz

    The Eucharist is the GIFT that has sustained multitudes all of their earthly lifes. The reverance of Christ in the Holy Eucharist is a grandeuar that is beyond words.
    I have read that upwards of 70% of Catholics do NOT believe in the REAL PRESENSE…………I PRAY this is NOT SO. For if it is we are in deep despair as a faith. And God will reward us according.
    Prayers and words of FIRMNESS to the laity from the clergy is in most need.
    I sometimes wonder if God has placed us under a large test, ALL of what happens in many ways is allowed by God, which is a great mystery.
    Indeed PRAYERS for ourselves, our brethern, and all CLergy to see and know it is TRULY CHRIST in the the Eucharist.
    Never IN my life would I dream that such a conversation would even be necessary, as I always with naievty it appears believed NO CATHOLIC would abandon their belief in the real presence.

    • Caroline

      Sometimes during the Consecration I imagine that beating Heart being held up for us to worship, just like the Eucharistic miracles the world over…..cardiac tissue. Blood, type AB+ in the chalice. I’m not imagining a thing. HE is there!

  • terrig

    The love and hunger for the Eucharist is what led me to abandon my invalid marriage.

  • The love for the Eucharist was what brought me home from 20 years of wandering– hungry and malnourished in Evangelical Protestantism. We have such a merciful,loving Lord … and I’m so happy to be home.
    +PAX

  • Thank you Father
    Bozada for the great comments about how the apostles and disciples left Christ just like many Catholics leave Him now by walking away from the Catholic Church. Your compassionate words about praying constantly for our prodigal children is most encouraging.

    Kathy of NE

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