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Tag Archives: Eucharist
Mystery – Mystery
What does Dying, New York City, the Grand Canyon, Outer Space and Wheat have to do with Paschal Mystery? And what is “Paschal Mystery” anyway? Come see. . .
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Miracles of the Eucharist
Before we explore these Miracles, we might just be asking ourselves, “Exactly what is this Word, EUCHARIST and why should it matter to me?“ It’s been described as “a sacrament of Love, a sign of Unity, a bond of Charity, … Continue reading
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