Daily Reflections on the Eucharist - Day 37

What will the Saviour do? He will remain upon the earth.

He will continue there His office of Adorer, of the Glorifier of His Father. He will become the Sacrament of the glory of God. Do you see Jesus on the altar, in the tabernacle? He is there. What is He doing there? He is adoring His Father. He is giving Him thanks, and continuing His office of intercessor for men. He has become a Victim of propitiation, a Host of reparation for the glory of an outraged God. He remains upon His mystical Calvary, repeating His sublime word, "Father, forgive them, I offer Thee My Blood, My Wounds for them!" He multiplies Himself everywhere, wherever there is something to expiate. Wherever there is a Christian family, there Jesus desires to go in order to form with it a society of adoration, to glorify His Father by adoring Him Himself and by causing Him to be adored in spirit and in truth. God the Father satisfied, glorified as much as He deserves, cries out, "My name is great among the Gentiles, for from the rising of the sun to the going down there is offered to My name a clean oblation."

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