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A Christmas and Eucharistic Reflection

By Michael Seagriff
12/25/2016 (8 months ago)
Harvesting the Fruits of contemplation (harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/)

What gift will you be giving Jesus this Christmas? Is it the one He has always wanted?

Imagine this Christmas that before exchanging gifts with family and friends, Jesus thanks you for the greatest gift you could have possibly given Him.

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By Michael Seagriff
Harvesting the Fruits of contemplation (harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/)
12/25/2016 (8 months ago)

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Keywords: Adoration, Christmas, Eucharist, Reparation, Time


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Merry Christmas!

    

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A blog through which I promote zeal for the salvation of souls, awe and amazement for the Holy Eucharist and Eucharistic Adoration, and fidelity to the Truths of our Catholic Faith.


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