The Eucharist is the center of our Catholic faith. Nothing unites us with the Lord Jesus more deeply than our sharing in the bread of life.
Jesus nourishes us with the bread of His teaching and with the food of the Eucharist--His body and blood.
If we accept Jesus' teaching and respond to Him in faith, we will be joined in life to Him and to the Father forever.
Jesus is our bread of life. He nourishes us and cares for us and sees to it that we are never really hungry.
The only way we can be in touch with God is through the self-gift of ourselves to Jesus in faith.
God is trustworthy and kind and watches over those who put their confidence in Him. He is a God of mercy and generosity.
Jesus’ sacramental gift of Himself and the nourishment His teaching provides is inexpressibly more than His followers expect or imagine.
Eternal life--a sharing in the life of God--is ours if we are willing to receive it from Jesus. This is the basic message that the Church addresses to us today.
In Jesus, God offers light to the world, but some prefer darkness. We must decide whether or not we want to live in the light.
Sometimes what Jesus says seems beyond our grasp. Yet our salvation depends on our acceptance of what Jesus teaches,