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Uncover the source of all devotional works by visiting the Blessed Sacrament daily, as Pope St. Pius X emphasized. Experience the profound grace and spiritual growth through Eucharistic devotions.

Invitation To Visit The Blessed Sacrament

After the Sacrifice of the Mass and the reception of Holy Communion, visiting the Blessed Sacrament is one of the richest sources of grace for souls. The memorable words of Pope St. Pius X, the Pope of the Eucharist, show us clearly how he regarded such visits: “The daily adoration or visit to the Blessed Sacrament is the practice which is the fountainhead of all devotional works.” In these daily visits, therefore, St. Pius X recognized the root of Eucharistic devotions.

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Delve into the remarkable life of Saint Gemma Galgani, a seraphic soul who embraced a life of sacrifice and reparation for the sins of the world. Uncover the mystical experiences and the profound spiritual journey of this extraordinary saint.

St. Gemma Galgani Receives The Stigmata

Saint Gemma Galgani (1878–1903) offered her life as a victim soul in reparation for the sins of the world. This seraphic soul was blessed with immeasurable graces and mystical experiences all throughout her life. Saint Gemma received the stigmata in 1899. 

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Celebrate the Feast of Divine Mercy Sunday with us and experience Jesus' mercy towards all souls, especially poor sinners. Renew your baptismal graces through confession and Holy Communion.

A Feast Of Great Power

The Feast of Divine Mercy Sunday is a “refuge and shelter for all souls”, especially poor sinners. On this day, Jesus extends His mercy toward all. Our Lord Himself promises that the soul who goes to confession and receives Holy Communion in a state of grace will receive the total renewal of their baptismal graces.

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A Sacrament of Love

Jesus Christ is not satisfied with the visits and reverence which we pay to Him. He wishes especially that we should receive Him in Holy

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Shaping the Rhythm of Life

Prayer forms Catholic culture more than anything else, especially when centered on the Eucharist. Encoun­tering Christ daily in prayer enables the Eucharist’s divine life to

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