Celebrating a Year of Devotion to the Eucharist!
“Jesus speaks in the silence of the mystery of the Eucharist and reminds us each time that following him means going out of ourselves and making our lives not something we ‘possess,’ but a gift to him and to others.”
Fr. Ivan will lead us in a “Dry Mass”. There is no Consecration of the Eucharist. He will take time to explain and explore the mysteries and graces that flow in the words and actions of the Mass. Please join us in the Church on the following dates:
The Liturgy of the Word. Recorded on January 12th (see video recording)
January 19th at 7pm – The Liturgy of the Eucharist.
January 17th at 10am – The Liturgy of the Word and Eucharist.
See replays below for the three sessions on the Mass by Fr. Ivan Olmo. Additional sessions coming in January 2022.
Pray with us during the opening Holy Hour on June 6th – Corpus Christi Sunday.
Listen to Fr. Ivan Olmo’s Eucharistic Devotion homily from Sunday, June 27th
Listen to Fr. Ivan Olmo’s Homily on Eucharistic Love from Sunday, July 25th
"When you look at the Crucifix, you understand how much Jesus loved you then. When you look at the Sacred Host you understand how much Jesus loves you now."
– St. Teresa of Calcutta
“(Hours spent in Eucharistic Adoration) are not hours spent in idleness, when we isolate ourselves from our work, but these are moments, hours, when we undertake something that constitutes the deepest meaning of all of our work. For no matter how numerous our activities, our ministries, however numerous our concerns, our exertions – if there is no love, everything becomes meaningless. When we devote our time to ponder the mystery of love, to allow it to radiate in our hearts, we are preparing ourselves in the best possible way for any kind of service, for any activity, for any charitable work.”
St John Paul II