The Cross and the Altar

All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing that has being came into being.
John 1:3

Note: The artist shows us the Sacred Heart and the Eucharist springing forth from it.

The Brook lost in the River
My Lord and my God
~St. Thomas [the Apostle]
John 20:28

Eucharistic symbol also possibly alludes to the commentary on Sirach 13:40-42  in the writing of St. Thomas Aquinas

Small album~
Holy Card Retreat

Nourish my strength to do good.
Bouasse Lebel
It is at this Divine touch that the cold heart comes alive, and little by little feels within itself that which befits the Heart of Jesus.
Letaille 19
O Chalice of the New Covenant
So bitter to the Saviour...
So sweet to the sinner!
It is contemplation and participation in this mystery of love that makes all the saints.

Oh, Holy Eucharist, Divine summation of the mercies and the love of our Savior.
If Our Eyes were Opened

"Now we don't see Jesus except through the veil of faith,
but in heaven we will see him Face to face." St. Paul 1 Cor. 13:12
Victim immolated for us, make our hearts burn without ceasing with love for You!
My Sweet Jesus, I give You my heart.
Sacred Heart of Jesus
Bouasse Lebel
The Earth Revivified
The Bath of the Dove.
1st Beating of the Heart of Jesus in the Eucharist  for the glory of God and the salvation of mankind.
Behold the Heart that has so loved men.
From the crèche to Calvary
consumed for their sake, even more
He wished to survive himself to stay with them.
The Master is come, and calleth for thee ~ John 11*
“He is calling you today with more insistence and tenderness; it is urgent to unite His divinity to your humanity. He wants to give you a greater share of the treasures
contained in the sacrament of his love.” Fr. Ludy, S.C.

*John 11 recounts the story of Lazarus who Jesus called back to life after 3 days in the tomb. The words, “The Master is come, and calleth for thee.” are spoken by Martha to Mary, the sister of Lazarus. They are rephrased when Jesus calls Lazarus from the tomb “Lazarus, come forth.”
In the Eucharist, the Lord calls each of us to come to Him and receive  eternal life.
The Source of Graces.