My Dear People,
Eucharistic Adoration Invitation
"Guadete Sunday" or "rejoice" Sunday, is a signal that the time of the Incarnation is near at hand. Christmas is around the corner. In anticipation of the triumphant return of Our Lord, we begin to rejoice now, as we celebrate His birth as the God-man. "Our God come to save us!" Emmanuel is a name that means, "God is with His people."
Indeed, He is in every tabernacle, in every Catholic Church waiting for us. We have all kinds of excuses why we cannot visit Jesus, present in our "Eucharistic Chapel". Give up your "excuses" and make your resolution to frequent the chapel this New Year. Thirty minutes of adoration of the Blessed Sacrament grants us a "plenary indulgence". It may not seem like much of a gift to you right now, but when you and I are purgatory suffering, we will wish that we had made the time. Bless yourself NOW and in the FUTURE, make a visit to Jesus often in an Adoration Chapel.
Entrusting you to the care of Our Lady,
Fr. Mark, Your Sunday Catholic Homily; The Third Sunday of Advent
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