Thought of the day
Sunday, June 22, 2014

The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi) - Solemnity - Year A
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"I will remain with you"

Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross [Edith Stein] (1891-1942), Carmelite, martyr, co-patron of Europe 
Poem "I will remain with you", 1938 (trans. ©Washington Province of Discalced Carmelites, 1992)
"Whoever eats this bread will live forever"

This Heart of the Trinity,
beats for us in a small tabernacle 
Where it remains mysteriously hidden 
In that still, white host.

That is your royal throne on earth, 0 Lord, 
Which visibly you have erected for us, 
And you are pleased when I approach it. 

Full of love, you sink your gaze into mine 
And bend your ear to my quiet words 
And deeply fill my heart with peace.

Yet your love is not satisfied 
With this exchange that could still lead to separation: 
Your heart requires more.

You come to me as early morning's meal each daybreak. 
Your flesh and blood become food and drink for me 
And something wonderful happens.

Your body mysteriously permeates mine 
And your soul unites with mine: . 
I am no longer what once I was.

You come and go, but the seed 
That you sowed for future glory, remains behind (Mk 4,26; Jn 12,24),
Buried in this body of dust.

A luster of heaven remains in the soul, 
A deep glow remains in the eyes, 
A soaring in the tone of voice.

There remains the bond that binds heart to heart, 
The stream of life that springs from yours 
And animates each limb (1Co 12,27).

How wonderful are your gracious wonders! 
All we can do is be amazed and stammer and fall silent 
Because intellect and words fail.

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