Benefits from Eucharist Adoration #6. Perpetual Adoration extends its influence far beyond the individual adorers. Touching their homes and families and reaching out to the parish community and beyond. (Pope Paul VI) #7. Each time you approach the Blessed Sacrament remember that Jesus has been waiting for you for twenty centuries for this personal visit from you. (St. Josemaria Escriva) #8. A Holy Hour of Eucharistic Adoration is a sharing in the work of Redemption. (Archbishop Fulton Sheen)
St Eugene de Mazenod - Patron of dysfunctional families - Prayer for families
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Saint Catherine Laboure was born in Burgundy, France on May 2, 1806. The ninth of eleven children born to a farm family, she felt a call to the religious life from an early age. Catherine entered the community of the Daughters of Charity, in obedience to a vision of Saint Vincent de Paul, telling her that God wanted her to work with the sick. The Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to St. Catherine Laboure, who was then a 24-year-old novice, three times.