Without the Eucharist We Cannot Exist

https://youtu.be/eZ9veSkhuuQ In the year 303 A.D., the Roman Emperor Diocletian issued an order prohibiting Christians from gathering for public worship. A year later, in Roman-occupied North Africa, government officials arrested a group of about fifty Christians who had gathered in a parishioner’s home to celebrate the Sunday Eucharist. Saturninus, the priest who had been celebrating …

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Pentecost

Shortly after the end of the Second World War, two trains pulled into a station in northern Italy. One train was from Germany, the other from France. As passengers from the two trains disembarked, the noisy station fell silent. Tension filled the air. Fresh wounds were reopened, lost loved ones recalled, old hatreds rekindled. Although …

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