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  • I felt the same excitement that Sunday as you. They had the smile of Christ on their faces as they returned to their families. What a joyous occassion which you have conveyed so beautifully. Blessings to you, Sister.

    Posted on Jun 15th, 2010 at 1:28 PM by Kathy R.

  • I think it was St. Augustine who said, "We are to become what we receive." We are to become Christ to the world. Thank you for reminding us that we need to strive to have the "fresh eyes" of a child everytime we receive the Holy Eucharist. Thank you for your reflections and sharing your God-given insight!

    Posted on Jun 18th, 2010 at 12:11 PM by Diana

  • I shared your excitement that day. To see how those children have grown over the years to the point that they were now ready for First Communion. It is hard to believe how quickly time passes. I think you are right, we need to be more like little children when we receive the Eucharist, like each time is the first time. I will try to remember that. Thank you for a beautiful reflection.

    Posted on Jun 21st, 2010 at 7:16 AM by Roz

  • I enjoyed reading your entry .I could relate so much.Even though I became a Catholic as an adult after taking RCIA classes.i was baptized and recieved Holy Communion Easter 2008 at 50 yrs of age. It was a very special spiritual time in in my life .May our Lord richly bless you

    Posted on Jun 22nd, 2010 at 6:42 AM by Peggy