(1 Corinthians 6:19) also keeping in mind what it takes to nourish our souls. As the old saying goes...You are what you eat.
I can't help but be grateful for our Catholic Christian faith that teaches us the truth about the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist. In the spirit of thanksgiving, we must not forget our beloved priests who, in Persona Christi, bring us the Eucharist. Without them, there would be no Eucharist, no Church. God bless their hands that bring us the bread of life, fuel for our body and soul. In the gift of the Mass, they stand with Jesus all around the world, 365 days a year. Each and every day, with no exceptions, He, the Savior of the world, waits on the altar to give us fuel for our bodies and souls.
Each day, He invites us to the greatest love story ever told.
"LIVE on Him that you may live for Him."
+St. John Vianney+