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Winners from Blessed Sacrament and award presenter Sally Ralston, Merseyrail
In Rome, Italy, the Holy Father Pope Francis will lead the traditional public procession of the Blessed Sacrament from St.
"What we really try to do is create a space where people feel safe," said Nathan Sheets, executive director at The Center at Blessed Sacrament. "From there, a lot can happen."
"The Blessed Sacrament is the centre of our faith and for someone to do this is mindless.
In response, eucharistic devotion burst forth throughout Europe: processions, visits to the Blessed Sacrament, and other prayers focused on the reserved sacrament became part of Catholic life.
(12) The Blessed Sacrament of the Holy and True Body of Christ, and the Brotherhoods (1519), Luther's Works 35:50.
The celebration coincides with the declaration of the church as the Archdiocesan Shrine of the Blessed Sacrament.
He was a longtime member of Blessed Sacrament Church in Worcester.
Only when we turn to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament with trusting hearts will things change for the better.
She had a great veneration for the Blessed Sacrament from her youth and had longed for a special feast in its honor.
Home & Bargain and Blessed Sacrament were involved in a tough and fast game which stayed at 0-0 until half-time.
SHANGHAI, China -- The Shanghai diocese's first eucharistic congress in more than half a century drew 3,000 Catholics from throughout the diocese for a Mass, eucharistic procession and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.
Cruz, Manila, as the Archdiocesan Shrine of the Blessed Sacrament on June 3.
Paul's word that personal spiritual purification is necessary to receive worthily the Body and Blood of Christ; sermons which avoid dealing with basic moral truths, or do not state them clearly; widespread doctrinal dissent among American and Canadian professors and teachers; less recourse to old popular devotions; throwing away, as it were, the laws on fasting and abstinence, which advertised Catholicism and also brought home the need for penitence and the awareness of the meaning of Friday, and, perhaps the most serious of all, the changes in our churches, the removal of the Blessed Sacrament from pre-eminence in the church, and the hiding of it in niches or small rooms.