The church calendar invites us to view our journey as disciples of Jesus Christ cyclically. Having anticipated the arrival of our King, celebrated his birth, and given thanks that his kingdom is good news for the whole world, we arrive together once again at the season of Lent. Lent is “a time of penitence, fasting, and prayer, in preparation for the great feast of the resurrection” (BCP19, p. 542), and Lent begins tomorrow on Ash Wednesday. This season was originally…
In his last encyclical, Ecclesia de Eucharistia, Pope John Paul II discussed spiritual communion. He said, The Eucharist thus appears as the culmination of all the sacraments in perfecting our communion with God the Father by identification with his only-begotten Son through the working of the Holy Spirit. With discerning faith a distinguished writer of the Byzantine tradition voiced this truth: in the Eucharist “unlike any other sacrament, the mystery [of communion] is so perfect that it brings us to…
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