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Handouts and Bulletin Inserts for Solemnity of Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ (B)

USCCB

Catholic Current

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SOURCE: This Month in Ministry
USCCB

Catechetical Corner

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SOURCE: Catechetical Corner

Handouts and Bulletin Inserts for Solemnity of Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ (B)

LPi

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SOURCE: Connect! Sunday Reflection Archive
Fr. Clement D. Thibodeau

Echoing God’s Word

Exodus 24:3-8 The Covenant is sealed in blood.
Hebrews 9:11-15 We are made holy by the blood of Christ
Mark 14:12-16, 22-26 The cup is the blood of Christ.
Psalm 116: 12-13, 15-18 I raise a cup in thanksgiving.

CATHOLIC DOCTRINE: In the past 40 years, the Catholic people have witnessed a shift and a change in the area of eucharistic devotion. There was a time when we abstained from all food and drink from midnight whenever we wanted to receive the Eucharist. We genuflected deeply toward the tabernacle when we entered and left the church. We “made visits” to the Blessed Sacrament at different times during the day or evening. “Forty-Hour Devotions” called the whole parish to adoration of the Eucharist, sometimes around the clock, with confession and Communion… READ MORE BELOW

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Fr. Eamon Tobin

The Pastor’s Corner

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Handouts and Bulletin Inserts for Solemnity of Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ (B)

Dr. Kieran J. O’Mahony, OSA

Hearers of the Word

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:  Hospitality is deeply embedded in human nature and to say someone is hospitable is a welcome compliment. It is no accident that Jesus made use of table fellowship to give people a concrete experience of the indiscriminate love and universal compassion of God. When we celebrate the Lord’s Supper, we experience again that proclamation of the Kingdom. We join our prayer with the prayer of Jesus and the great events of salvation are made present in our time and place. Welcomed as we have been, it is our calling then to show the same love and compassion in our daily lives.

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SOURCE: Hearers of the Word: Notes on the Sunday Readings
Fr. Eamon Tobin

Faith Sharing

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Handouts and Bulletin Inserts for Solemnity of Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ (B)

MONTH OF JUNE

RSVCE | NABRE | SPANISH

A FREE small-group bible study on the Sunday Mass readings, Reflecting on Sunday’s Readings introduces participants to small-group discussion materials based on the Scripture passages used in the upcoming Sunday’s Mass.
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Vince Contreras

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Carmelites

Lectio Divina

KEY TO THE GOSPEL: Today, the feast of Corpus Christi, the Church places before us the scene of the Last Supper, the last meeting of Jesus with his disciples. This was a tense meeting, full of contradictions. Judas had already decided to betray Jesus (Mk 14: 10). Peter had protested that he would not deny him (Mk 14: 30). Jesus knew all this. But he did not lose his calm or his sense of friendship. Rather, it was precisely during this Last Supper that he instituted the Eucharist and realized the supreme sign of his love for them (Jn 13: 1).

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Edrianne Ezell

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Handouts and Bulletin Inserts for Solemnity of Most Holy Body & Blood of Christ (B)

Catholic Climate Covenant

Integral Faith

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