The Eucharist is Food for the Journey: A Pilgrim’s Reflection Reply

By Alison Batley

“I now receive you who are the price of my soul’s redemption, I receive you who are the food for my final journey, and for the love of whom I have studied, kept vigil, and struggled; indeed, it was you, Jesus, that I preached and you that I taught.” Thomas Aquinas as he received Viaticum, his last Eucharist

Alison Batley

Alison Batley

An earnest probing of the human heart will find an internal longing for a desire that cannot be quenched by any earthly substance or worldly pleasure. As St. Augustine professes, “Our hearts are restless until we rest in You, Lord.” More…

Pilgrimage and New Evangelization in the Big Apple 9

By Br Antonio Lemos

If you ask me what the New Evangelization looks like I would invite you to join me next year in the Pilgrimage in New York City. On March 23rd and a group of priests and brothers and I participated with 400 hundred people in the 4th Annual Pilgrimage of New York City. More…