Cristo Pio Pellicano is the heart of the solemnity of Corpus Domini 14 June 202026 January 2021 Ariel S. Levi Gualdo Ariel S. Levi Gualdo + posts (19.08.1963), priest and theologian. He directs the 2014 the Church's theological journal The Island of Patmos Ariel S. Levi Gualdo HTTPS://isoladipatmos.com/author/isoladipatmos/ The presbyter and theologian Hans Küng died. This chasm ran between him and his age Joseph Ratzinger: Küng was gifted with genius, Ratzinger absolutely not! Ariel S. Levi Gualdo HTTPS://isoladipatmos.com/author/isoladipatmos/ Qualcuno si scandalizza nell'apprendere di Venerdì Santo che per «morire con Cristo» occorrono mezzi che vanno dalla fede sino alle risorse economiche? Ariel S. Levi Gualdo HTTPS://isoladipatmos.com/author/isoladipatmos/ The Church's solemn no to the blessing of the "weddings" gay. I've been telling the gay rainbows for years: non v'inventate un uomo Jorge Mario Bergoglio che non è mai esistito, because you will be deeply disappointed Ariel S. Levi Gualdo HTTPS://isoladipatmos.com/author/isoladipatmos/ La teoria dei quanti e il miracolo dell'Eucaristia, camminando tra scienza e fede in compagnia di Niel Bohr e San Tommaso d'Aquino Homiletics of the Fathers of The Island of Patmos - homiletics - CRISTO PIO PELLICANO IS THE HEART OF THE SOLEMNITY OF THE BODY OF THE LORD The anthem I love you expresses in his verses the tenderness of Jesus, because he describes the Lord as a pelican who tears his heart to feed his young. . Author:Gabriele Giordano M. Scardocci, o.p. . . PDF format Print article . . . . . . Dear brothers and sisters, Pie pellicáne, Jesus Lord, I clean with your blood, One drop of doing, All the world from all kinds of crimes (O pious pelican Lord Jesus, purify me, sinner, with your blood, that, with a single drop, it can save the whole world from all sin). today we celebrate another wonderful feast of the Lord, Corpus Christi. Great mystery, given to us by the Lord at the Last Supper, last act of tenderness for man. . The beautiful text of Saint Thomas Aquinas I love you expresses in his verses the tenderness of Jesus, because he describes the Lord as a pelican: . «Oh pious Pelican, Lord Jesus, / Purify me, unclean, with Your blood / Of which a single drop can save / The whole world from all sin ». . Jesus is the pelican who gives his blood for us his little ones, to keep us alive. So, land readings today [see Liturgy of the Word, WHO] they introduce us to this mystery of presence, communion and abode with Jesus. First, in Deuteronomy, we already find traces of the Lord's living and strong presence: . «Do not forget the Lord, your God, that brought you out of the land of Egypt, that led you to this great and frightening desert, place of poisonous snakes and scorpions that in the desert fed you with manna unknown to your fathers ». . Moses' invitation to the Jewish people is not to forget and, therefore, to remember that the Lord has nourished his people with manna, while he was in situations of great danger. He was always with them, while leading them out of Egyptian slavery. Manna is a prefiguration of Eucharistic food, with which the Lord is still close to us today and gives us nourishment in the difficulties of life. This invitation is then for us: let's not forget about the Eucharistic Jesus, when everything seems dark, when there seems to be no way out. The Lord himself helps, through the Eucharist, to recognize our moral and existential slavery and to get out of it. While St. Paul exposes this mystery of presence and communion in a strong and clear way: . «There is only one bread, we are, although many, one body: in fact we all participate in the only bread ". . This is a great teaching. Whenever we make communion, we enter into communion with Jesus; And this, it makes us communion among us. We become one, without losing our personal distinction. The great teaching of this feast is to try to live every mass, any participation in communion as a source of unity, ecclesial but also interpersonal: the Eucharist will help us to overcome the divisions and rifts that may arise. In fact, from this communion there is the experience of God that dwells in us. This is then the center of Jesus' teaching: . «Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me and I in him». . In the Greek original, that "remains" can also be translated by dwelling, taking just a shade of place. Now that we're going to take communion, God will take up residence in us. This dwelling has a very important meaning: in fact it is welcoming another point of view, that of God who enters the most intimate folds of the soul, of the heart and therefore of life. The remaining of Jesus in us then allows us to open ourselves to a contemplative vision, deep, with the gaze of God on all the people we meet, about all the events that happen to us. . The poet William Blake wrote: "The ruins of time build dwellings in eternity". . We ask the Lord to feel the beautiful touch of Jesus in our hearts through the Eucharistic species, so that beyond the time that passes between minutes and seconds and the history that unfolds between years and centuries, we can continue walking until reaching Eternal life and building the eternal home to enjoy the final banquet of Paradise. Amen Rome, 14 June 2020 Solemnity of Corpus Domini . . . . Staff Blog Father Gabriele . . Visit the pages of our book shop WHO and support our editions buying and spreading our books. . 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