This Sunday of the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ was marked by a week of ordinations and procession. As the traditional deacons laid prostrate or face down
while the litany of the saints was chanted it is a wonder the loving relationship that calls them to renounce wealth, family and career to follow Christ. God willed their ordination and wills for humanity to be saved. Before this Sunday's procession
the question was posed to the faithful, Christ will be passing by. Do you want to receive his cure? When we receive the Eucharist we I jest Christ to be transformed by his redemptive sacrifice. The elderly senior expressed gratitude for 'bringing
Christ to be with us today!' We are his instruments as are the clergy celebrating the Mass. Where have you been fed by the bread of life? How have you been healed by his holy grace? We reverence The Lord of Lords who entered our history in
poverty in the manger as a dependent child so we can love he who first loved us. Every day is a gift. How will this week be filled with the gift of Corpus Christi? Jesus, we trust in your design!
for the newly ordained and couples discerning marriage!