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May 17, 2021, by Janna Reynolds
Let people see Jesus within us In our Catholic faith, there is a very strong belief in the presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. This strong belief is emphasized in the article on eucharistic miracles (Catholic Virginian, April 19). Jesus’ presence in the Eucharist is what we believe as central to our faith, and this foundational belief leads to why we believe in Jesus’ presence in the Eucharist. We receive Jesus in the Eucharist so that we can become the body of Jesus to others in life around us. St. Augustine said it centuries ago, “become what you receive.” Our lives as Christians have to bear witness to the life of Jesus living within us so that Jesus within us…


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