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O, Banquet Most Precious

Corpus Christi 2020
We must be thankful for the sacrament of the Holy Eucharist and be humbled in its presence.  During our long journey to Heaven we must constantly practice docility to God and He will reward us. Christ revealed what we all acknowledge and believe as the essence of the doctrine, namely transubstantiation.  Whenever we receive we are close to Heaven and our path there is secure.  Those endanger themselves needlessly when they neglect this great sacrament.  We are united in the Holy Eucharist through Our Lord’s Real Presence and are so inspired as to make the texts of this Mass, which were composed by St. Thomas, our source of contemplation.  The rites of the Mass re-enact the Passion, Death and Resurrection of Our Lord.
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