A Good Question for Catholics

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A Good Question for Catholics

The Pilot absolutely nails it on Eucharis­tic Ado­ra­tion:

“If the Pope wanted to have a con­ver­sa­tion with you about your life each first Fri­day each month at 3 pm,” I asked some of them, “would you keep that appoint­ment?” When they would nod affir­ma­tively, I would reply, “Well, how about an appoint­ment with the Pope’s Boss?”

And you know who would agree with that state­ment? A fel­low named Francis:

In an inter­view, he con­fessed that among all types prayer, “What I really pre­fer is ado­ra­tion in the evening. … Between seven and eight o’clock, I stay in front of the Blessed Sacra­ment for an hour in ado­ra­tion.” At times, he says, because of fatigue, “I allow myself to fall asleep while sit­ting there, look­ing at Him. I feel as if I were in some­one else’s hands, as if God were tak­ing me by the hand.”

Oddly enough I don’t think that the MSM will find that habit of the Pon­tiff very newsworthy.

Bot­tom line, either the Eucharist is the Body of Christ or it is not. If it is as we Catholics say it is, we should act accordingly.

The Pilot absolutely nails it on Eucharistic Adoration:

“If the Pope wanted to have a conversation with you about your life each first Friday each month at 3 pm,” I asked some of them, “would you keep that appointment?” When they would nod affirmatively, I would reply, “Well, how about an appointment with the Pope’s Boss?”

And you know who would agree with that statement? A fellow named Francis:

In an interview, he confessed that among all types prayer, “What I really prefer is adoration in the evening. … Between seven and eight o’clock, I stay in front of the Blessed Sacrament for an hour in adoration.” At times, he says, because of fatigue, “I allow myself to fall asleep while sitting there, looking at Him. I feel as if I were in someone else’s hands, as if God were taking me by the hand.”

Oddly enough I don’t think that the MSM will find that habit of the Pontiff very newsworthy.

Bottom line, either the Eucharist is the Body of Christ or it is not. If it is as we Catholics say it is, we should act accordingly.