St. John Vianney
(1786 to 1859)
Quotes On The Importance Of Eucharistic Adoration
"Catechism On The Real Presence" By
St. John Vianney
"Our Lord is hidden there in the Blessed Sacrament,
waiting for us to come and visit Him, and make our requests to Him."
"What happiness do we not feel in the Presence of
God, when we are alone at His feet... Redouble your fervor; you are alone to
adore your God; His eyes rest upon you alone."
"When Our Lord sees pure souls coming to visit Him in
the Blessed Sacrament He smiles on them. They come with the simplicity that
pleases Him so much."
"When we are before the Blessed Sacrament, instead of
looking about us, let us shut our eyes and open our hearts; and the good God
will open his. We will go to him, and he will come to us, the one to give,
and the other to receive. It will be like a breath passing from one to the
other. What delight we find in forgetting ourselves that we may seek God."
"Eucharistic Meditations Of The
Cure D Ars"
"What happiness do we not feel in the presence of God, when we find
ourselves alone at his feet (in Adoration)!..We should want to stay always
at his feet; it would be a foretaste of heaven; everything else would become
insipid to us."
Other St. John Vianney Quotes On
"If we really love the good God, we should make it our joy and happiness to
come a few minutes to adore Him, and ask Him for the grace of forgiveness.
We should regard those moments as the happiest in our lives."
"When we speak to Jesus during our adoration of the Blessed Sacrament with
simplicity and with all our heart, He does like a mother who holds her
child's head with her hands and covers it with kisses and caresses."
"Have a Holy Hour every week. Start praying. Pray for guidance and
trust in God."
"When you awake in the night, transport yourself quickly in spirit
before the Tabernacle, saying: 'Behold, my God, I come to adore You, to
praise, thank, and love you, and to keep you company with all the
"How sweet and full of comfort are the moments spent before the Blessed
Sacrament! Are you in trouble? Come and throw yourself at his feet."
"You will always find a friend in Jesus in the Holy Eucharist to
console you in your moment of need. He will never fail to help you."
"How pleasing to Him is the short quarter of an hour that we steal from
our occupations, from something of no use, to come and pray to Him, to visit
Him, to console Him for all the outrages He receives!"
"If we really loved the good God, we should make it our joy and happiness
to come and spend a few moments to adore Him, and ask Him for the grace of
forgiveness; and, we should regard those moments as the happiest of our
"Grieve over the contempt cast upon Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament,
and try to make amends for it by a greater and more ardent love."
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