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National Liturgy Week

National Liturgy Week

The Eucharist, auto donation of Christ Church.-when we are given a gift, a gift is accepted, it is not rejected, given thanks by him. The Eucharist is the auto donation of Christ to the Church. This Eucharist which is held, and which is saved. It gives thanks to Dios Padre, and thanks because we must thank that gift which he has granted us. Go to the Eucharist, is to go with the hands like bowls, empty handed so that it fills them with the Eucharistic gift in our hands. We can not go to the celebration of the Eucharist without putting our hands together to receive the Eucharistic gift. In this year of the Eucharist, Christians are to commit more strongly to bear witness to God’s presence in the world, do not be afraid, words that so many times the Pope Juan Pablo II has said. You have no fear of speaking of God, nor show signs of faith with the high forehead.

We are Christians, we are Catholics. The culture of the Eucharist promoted a culture of dialogue, and unites the hearts of men and women. The Church welcomes the Eucharistic gift received-the gratitude is response, response to the auto donation of Christ. Participate in the Eucharist, it is not only to say thank you, we thank you, is really just and necessary to give you thanks, as we pray in the preface, is to participate having a grateful heart, not when it begins the Eucharistic prayer, but that from the beginning, from the beginning of the celebration. Our hearts must be a heart grateful to that gift that he offers to us, and that we are going to participate. Gratitude is the answer more profound and intimate that you can give to the Dios de la Pascua, not us who have earned salvation, but God is that it has offered us free of charge by love that salvation.