Take 2

with Jerry & Debbie

How Do You Thank Jesus For the Eucharist?

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What an amazing week it was for Take 2 With Jerry and Debbie (as well as the rest of the EWTN Radio family). So many of you called to share how Mother Angelica has been a blessing in your life. We apologize to all who called but we didn’t have time to get on the air. We wish we had several hours to spend with you each day. On Monday, we’re back to regular shows and topics, and we’ll lead off with one that Mother Angelica would have loved: Eucharistic Thanksgiving. Since we believe that Jesus is truly present – body, blood, soul and divinity – in the Eucharist (which means “thanksgiving”), what do you do when you return to your pew at Mass after receiving Communion? It’s a moment that we need to take very seriously, as we have literally become human tabernacles at that moment. Do you take time to tell Jesus how thankful you are that He chose to come to you in Communion? Or does your mind begin to wander and become distracted? It takes an act of the will to focus following reception of the Holy Eucharist. Share your takes on Monday’s show at Noon ET (with a reply at Midnight ET)!

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One thought on “How Do You Thank Jesus For the Eucharist?

  1. I have read this really good book on the Eucharist called “Reason to Believe” by Ron Tesoriero, which talks about and has scientific proof of the Eucharist being turned into flesh. I highly recommend it to anyone. Thank you guys for all you do spreading the word of Christ and salvation. As you say: “Have a Blessed Day!

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