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In this essay, The Eucharist: A Foretaste of Heaven - the tenth and last in our series on Eucharistic Adoration - Fr. Tesnière discusses how we may experience heaven on earth.

Thank you to all who read, liked and/or shared the essays in this series. I sincerely hope that your Eucharistic Adoration has been enriched by a consideration of Fr. Tesniére's meditations, and that your prayers before Our Eucharistic Lord have led to a more intimate relationship with Him.

LAUDETUR JESUS CHRISTUS!

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In this essay, The Eucharist: Proof of Christ's Love - the ninth in our series on Eucharistic Adoration - Fr. Tesnière enters the mystery of intimate communion of love between the lover and his beloved in the reception of the Most Blessed Sacrament. This is the heart of Eucharistic Adoration.

For those of you incorporating Fr. Tesnière's practical suggestions into your prayer life, please consider the following indulgenced aspiration, easily memorized and quickly repeated, but offering profound assistance in deepening our love for the Eucharistic Lord.

May the Most Blessed Sacrament be praised and adored forever.

Use it frequently!

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In this essay, The Eucharist: The Bread of Life - the eighth in our series on Eucharistic Adoration - Fr. Tesnière draws a lesson from the 'Bread of Life' discourse in the Gospel of St. John. For those incorporating the suggestions found in these essays into their own practice, take this week's guidance as a reminder to go to confession

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In this essay, The Eucharist: The Solace of the Bride of Christ - the seventh in our series on Eucharistic Adoration - Fr. Tesnière explores the relationship between Our Lord and His spotless Bride, our Mother, the Catholic Church. For those of you who are incorporating the practices suggested by Fr. Tesnière into your devotions, please consider adding the following prayer by Pope St. Leo the Great for the Church during these difficult times:

O God, You who have established the foundations of Your Church upon the holy mountains: Grant that she may not be moved by any wiles of error which would fain compass her overthrow, nor may she be shaken by any earthly disquietude, but ever stand firmly upon the ordinances of the Apostles, and by their help, be kept in safety.

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In this essay, The Eucharist: A Shield from the Wrath of God - the sixth in our series on Eucharistic Adoration - Fr. Tesnière mediates on Our Eucharistic Lord as the Mediator of Peace. For those readers who are incorporating the practices suggested by Fr. Tesnière into their prayer-life, I suggest the following prayer, attached with an indulgence of 300 days each time it is recited under Pope St. Pius X, when calling upon Our Eucharistic Lord in moments of danger or temptation:

"O Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, have mercy on us!"

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In this essay, The Eucharist: A Continuation of the Work of Salvation - the fifth in our series on Eucharistic Adoration - Fr. Tesnière meditates upon the ways in which Our Lord continues His work in and through the Blessed Sacrament.

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In this essay, The Eucharist: A Rendering of Honor and Glory to God, - the fourth in our series on Eucharistic Adoration - Fr. Tesnière explains how Christ is the perfect model for our own worship.

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In this essay, The Eucharist: A Commemoration of Christ's Passion and Death, - the third in our series on Eucharistic Adoration - Fr. Tesnière explains how Christ continues to suffer on our account in His Eucharistic Body.

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In this essay, The Eucharist: A Witness to Christian Virtue, - the second in our series on Eucharistic Adoration - Fr. Tesnière explains how Christ continues to teach us in His Eucharistic Body. This is one of the great secrets of Eucharistic adoration, with the potential to totally transform how you look at the Blessed Sacrament.

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New Series for 2015: The Reasons of the Eucharist by Fr. Albert Tesnière of the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament (S.S.S.). If you have a special devotion to Our Eucharistic Lord, or if you are looking for a good introduction to Eucharistic devotion, don't miss this series. Each meditation in the series consists of a short Thesis (most effective if memorized), an Adoration, a Thanksgiving, a Reparation, a Prayer and a Practice which will help you grow quickly in devotion to the Blessed Sacrament.

In this week's installment, The Eucharist: A Continuation of the Incarnation, Fr. Tesnière explains how we all meet and touch the living Christ in the Eucharist.
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