Jesus Christ, The Bread Of Life
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After Holy Communion, I heard these words [from Jesus]— "You see what you are of yourself, but do not be frightened at this. If I were to reveal to you the whole misery that you are, you would die of terror. However, be aware of what you are. Because you are such great misery, I have revealed to you the whole ocean of My mercy. I seek and desire souls like yours, but they are few. Your great trust in Me forces Me to continuously grant you graces.
The following are the specific conditions to receive The Great Promise of the Sacred Heart of Jesus: 1. You must receive Holy Communion on NINE CONSECUTIVE First Fridays of the month Please Note: This assumes that you are in a state of grace, If not be sure to make a sacramental confession for any mortal sins before receiving Holy Communion. 2. You must have the intention of making REPARATION to THE SACRED HEART of JESUS for all the ingratitude and sinfulness of men.
"The Catholic Church teaches that Jesus Christ, though He is the eternal and infinite God, was born in time and wanted to choose Mary to be His Mother, became flesh in her womb, and was born of her. Consequently the Church teaches that Mary is the Mother of God. This the reason behind veneration to her. Besides, she is an incomparable mirror of any virtue. The Church, therefore, venerates and admires her." (KW 1204)
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The Church describes the Holy Mass as "the source and summit of the Christian life". It teaches that through consecration by an ordained priest the bread and wine become the sacrificial body, blood, soul, and divinity of Christ as the sacrifice on Calvary made truly present once again on the altar.