Do not bypass the small gifts for they are precious for yourself and for others. During this month, we shall often pray this prayer:
The Eucharist is connected with the Passion. If Jesus had not established the Eucharist we would have forgotten the crucifixion. It would have faded into the past and we would have forgotten that Jesus loved us. There is a saying that to be far away from the eyes is to be far away from the heart. To make sure that we do not forget, Jesus gave us the Eucharist as a memorial of his love.
the conversion of sinners. The value of the Precious Blood is infinite. Let us be united with Him in our work. Every drop of the Precious Blood may cover everything in our daily life; so we offer [everything] to Christ, Our Lord. (A Call to Mercy)
sorry for all we have done.
Let us live the life of union with God. All my little actions may be offered through the Precious Blood—through Jesus. We have to learn that. Let us never be satisfied. Jesus wanted to give all—not only some drops of blood. Let us also do the same and give all. .....We must take the trouble and say often, “My God, I love you!” In our work we can show this love for God. We have this month, the means in our hands: the Precious Blood of Jesus, so we must work beautifully. St. Ignatius said, “I must do my work as if everything depends on me—and the result I leave to God.” Where There Is Love, There Is God
How pure the priest must be to pour the Precious Blood on me, to wash my sins away. How great that priest is to say, “This is my Body.” You must never doubt that word, “I absolve you, I free you.” Even if that priest is a bad priest, he has the power to forgive you, to make you free. (A Call to Mercy)
India is as scorching as is hell—but its souls are beautiful and precious because the Blood of Christ has bedewed them. Come Be My Light