Living Eucharist

Crown of thorns

The Second reading on Sunday, the Feast of the Epiphany,  spoke and speaks of revelation – of God giving of himself that his creatures, human beings, might be made one, and restored to a loving family united in him.

You have probably heard how I have been entrusted by God with the grace he meant for you, and that it was by a revelation that I was given the knowledge of the mystery. This mystery that has now been revealed through the Spirit to his holy apostles and prophets was unknown to any men in past generations; it means that pagans now share the same inheritance, that they are parts of the same body, and that the same promise has been made to them, in Jesus Christ, through the gospel.

Ephesians 3:2-3,5-6

And all this in and through Jesus Christ.

The particularity of Jesus Christ, his importance and necessity for…

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