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Anelecia Hannah Brooks

The Light By Which We See - Andalusia Farm - Home of Flannery O'Connor

“What great sweetness there is, O Jesus, in Communion! I want to live in Your embrace and die in Your embrace.” - Saint Thérèse

CALIX [noun] a chalice; a cup for the consecrated wine of the Eucharist. Etymology: from Latin: chalice, from calici- (stem of calix) - cup.

Adoration: There's nothing more beautiful than adoring Jesus with His mother along. Mama Mary, pray for us.

Adoration--Jesus is truly present, body, blood, soul and divinity in the Eucharist

Antique French Holy Card Tenderness & Sweetness Divine Eucharistfor my Bethany

Antique French Holy Card Tenderness & Sweetness Divine Eucharist for my Bethany

St. John Chrysostom - 19 Nov 2017 - The World Day of the Poor ~ AnaStpaul

St. John Chrysostom - 19 Nov 2017 - The World Day of the Poor ~ AnaStpaul

I really miss going to Mass and people were quietly praying before Mass began. It's so very loud now.

I really miss going to Mass and people were quietly praying before Mass began.

ADORE TE DEVOTE - This Eucharistic Hymn was written in 1260 by St. Thomas Aquinas - "Godhead, here in hiding, Whom do I adore...."

Adoro Te Devote is a hymn written by Saint Thomas Aquinas in honor of the Blessed Sacrament of the Altar.

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