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Year of the Eucharist - Suggestions and Proposals

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It has hardly been a year since the conclusion of the Year of the Rosary and we have yet again another initiative of the Holy Father: The Year of the Eucharist (October 2004 – October 2005). The second initiative continues what began in the first. The pastoral indications that the Pope outlined in his Apostolic Letter, Novo Millennio ineunte, directed to the whole Church, has put both initiatives into the furrow of the Second Vatican Council and the Jubilee Year, placing the contemplation of Christ’s face at the center of the Church’s efforts (cf. Mane nobiscum Domine, ch. I).

In fact, with Rosarium Virginis Mariae, the Pope invited us to contemplate Christ through the eyes and heart of Mary. Then the encyclical Ecclesia de Eucharistia followed, which leads us to the “source” and “height” of Christian life, inviting us to renew our fervor in the celebration and adoration of the Eucharist. In unison with this Encyclical, the Instruction Redemptionis Sacramentum reminded us of the duty to assure that the liturgy be worthy of such a great Mystery.

Now, The Year of the Eucharist, guided and introduced by the Apostolic Letter Mane nobiscum Domine (October 7th, 2004), offers us an important pastoral occasion further to sensitize the Christian community, so that they make this wonderful Sacrifice and Sacrament the center of their lives.

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