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Video – Self-abasement and the Interior Life – 2 Pillars Jun 25

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2 Pillars #130625b ( 07min) Play – We continue with our meditation on how Our Lord shows us the importance of self-abasement in the Eucharist and in our visit to Mary we meditate on the need for seeking the interior life and to avoid the distractions of the world.

Meditations read in front of the exposed Blessed Sacrament for our Daily Holy Hour at our Bloomington, Indiana friary from the two books: “Real Presence” by St Peter Julian Eymard and “The Imitation of Mary” by Fr. Alexander De Rouville

Ave Maria!

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3 Responses to “Video – Self-abasement and the Interior Life – 2 Pillars Jun 25”

  1. Alex Benedictus Says:

    Dear Friars, I heard this meditation on the self-abasement of Jesus in the Sacrament of Eucharist and I remembered an article I read earlier today about the Eucharistic Miracle of Buenos Aires. I couldn’t avoid to mention it because I found that miracle astonishing and I think it is a sign of the self-abasement of Jesus in the Eucharist.

  2. Alex Benedictus Says:

    Please, let me share with you all this very interesting video about that miracle. There are subtitles in English.

    Milagro Eucaristico Buenos Aires Argentina | Eucharistic Miracle of Buenos Aires

  3. Alex Benedictus Says:

    I know I have made two comments before, anyaway I’d like to share this other link, cause I think it’s really interesting and it’s worth to be spreaded. It’s about that miracle I have heard.

    A Matter of Faith, a Matter of Fact

    Wednesday, December 19, 2012

    “The Buenos Aires case began in 1996 when a Host was accidently dropped during Communion. As is custom, the priest placed the Host in a container of water and put it into the Tabernacle where it was expected to dissolve. Several days later, the priest was startled to discover the Eucharist had grown in size and was covered with red splotches. Eventually, the Host looked like a piece of flesh.”


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