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I saw what holy and glorious sanctuaries we are, lit by His grace, through our Holy Communions.
Christ does not over-awe us in Communion, but quietly accepts our heart's homage; he is our true companion.
Christ draws up towards Heaven - as though wrapped in a fine cloth - those who have eaten the Divine Food at this feast.
As I prayed, in communion with Christ and His Mother, my little flame of prayer was part of the great flame, ascending.
Once, sitting in prayer, making requests for myself and others, I was resting half into Heaven, it seemed, in utter peace.
Christ showed me how few say 'welcome' with any truth. How few, in Communion, reveal their hearts to Him.
A soul may greet Christ, in Holy Communion, by saying: "Cast your light within, and enter (with your outpouring of grace)".
Christ shares His Divine Life with each communicant; and He builds 'bridges' between those who love Him.
One who is baptised, yet is not in 'Full Communion' with the Catholic Church, is like someone who remains in the shallows, not fully swimming in the depths.
In offering Christ's Sacrifice, we are as close to God as it is possible to be, our prayer leaping across the abyss, to the Father
At Holy Communion, a great flame, like an arrow, descended. Christ had arrived in His Spirit's power, the Father's life, in His own love.
At Holy Communion a great flame, like an arrow, descends upon us as Christ comes to meet us in the power of the Spirit
God, the source of all light and wisdom, nourishes us through words and through teachers; but in Communion, we meet the Divine Son, the whole Person.
We can meet Christ in the Blessed Sacrament on the altar; in His Person and His Presence, we can touch every stage of Christ's life.
God guards the soul. He guards worthily the soul which receives Christ in Holy Communion. Holy Angels stand beside us, in reverent silence.
Our life can be seen as a flat ribbon which passes near the dazzling 'sphere' of Divine Life. A point where ribbon touches sphere is found in Holy Mass.
One who 'touches' Christ at the 'intersection' of Divine and human life at Holy Mass, 'touches' Christ the infant, the crucified, the Risen Lord.
Christ loves to come to loving hearts, in Holy Communion. Bitter and resentful hearts make Him feel as He felt in His Holy Passion.
If our hearts are bitter and resentful, when Christ comes to us in Holy Communion, he feels as He did in His Holy Passion
Christ took my hands during Holy Communion, saying: be confident, turn to me in everything, with every joy, problem or query.
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