Christian life is a continuation and completion of the life of Christ in us.
We should be so many Christs here on earth, continuing His life and His
works, laboring and suffering in a holy and divine manner in the spirit of
St John Eudes
The seven Sacraments are so many inexhaustible fountains of grace and
holiness, which have their source in the immense ocean of the Sacred
Heart of our Savior; they are so many flames of a divine furnace from
which proceed all spiritual blessings.
But the brightest of those flames is the Holy Eucharist
delights in you.
With all my power I urge every one of you who read these words, and
in God's name I adjure you, since our dear Jesus has shown a great
desire to be with you, do not deprive him of his satisfaction, but learn
by your own experience that like holy wisdom, his conversation has no
bitterness, nor his company any tediousness, but joy and gladness.
"A Christian has a union with
Jesus Christ more noble, more intimate and more perfect than the members
of a human body have with their head."
St. John Eudes
Region of the United States of America
The air we breathe, the bread that sustains us, the heart which throbs
in our bosoms, are not more necessary for a man that he may live as a
human being, than is prayer for the Christian that he may live as a