Number of articles: 54

Preparing for the Feast of Corpus Christi

Some resources for growing in love for Christ's real presence in the Eucharist, with words from Pope Francis, Saint John Paul II, Saint Josemaria and Bishop Javier Echevarria.

Recent News

What is the Consecration in the Mass?

"The Holy Mass is an infinite divine madness," Saint Josemaría used to say. The Eucharistic presence of Christ begins when the priest, "in persona Christi," pronounces the words of consecration over the bread and wine. This article is dedicated to the very heart of the Mass.

Fostering Interior Life

The Holy Eucharist, Mystery of Love and Faith

A new video with excerpts from Saint Josemaria's preaching on the Eucharist: "Living the Holy Mass is to pray constantly, convinced that, for each of us, it is a personal encounter with God."

Pray with Saint Josemaría

Understanding and Living the Mass

How can we take part fruitfully and base our whole life on the Holy Mass? A step by step explanation of the parts of the Mass.

Doctrinal Articles

How should we prepare to receive Christ in the Eucharist?

How should we prepare to receive Communion? When should we receive Communion and what should we do afterwards? Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Holy Communion.

Get to Know Christ

The Eucharist and the Mystery of the Trinity

An extract from a homily of Saint Josemaria published in "Christ is Passing By," nos. 85-87.

Fostering Interior Life

A Song of Praise and Love: the "Trium Puerorum"

The ‘Trium Puerorum’ is a hymn of praise to God that the Church recommends praying after Holy Mass. The whole of nature is invited to join in this song, which was first sung by three young Jewish men in the Old Testament.

Fostering Interior Life

Corpus Christi "Comes Home"

A young priest in Wales tells how he was able to bring the Blessed Sacrament to the homes of families despite the restrictions of the coronavirus lockdown.

Personal testimonies

Spiritual Communion: a Prayer that Traveled Around the World

An article about the "accidental" discovery of the source of the "spiritual communion" that Saint Josemaria has passed on to so many thousands of people around the world.

Historical context

"Sin always cuts, separates, divides"

Continuing his catechesis on the Eucharist, on Wednesday January 3 Pope Francis spoke about the penitential act at the beginning of Mass to prepare ourselves to celebrate the Holy Mysteries worthily.

From the Church and the Pope