St. Padre Pio (1887 to 1968)
Quotes On The Importance Of Eucharistic Adoration
Padre Pio was a 20th century Mystic and a Stigmatic. He is a Patron
Saint of Eucharistic Adorers because often times he would be found in
Eucharistic Adoration. He considered Adoration so important that
he even instructed his fellow friars "When you want to find me come near the
Tabernacle". Here are some of his quotes on the importance of
Eucharistic Adoration in our lives:
St. Padre Pio Eucharistic Adoration Quotes
"A thousand years of enjoying human glory is not
worth even an hour spent in sweetly communing with Jesus in the Blessed
"I weep and mourn at the feet of Jesus in the
Blessed Sacrament for often I’m consoled."
"We must always have courage, and if some
spiritual languor comes upon us, let us run to the feet of Jesus in the
Blessed Sacrament, and let us place ourselves in the midst of the
heavenly perfumes, and we will undoubtedly regain our strength."
"Kneel down and render the tribute of your
presence and devotion to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. Confide all
your needs to him, along with those of others. Speak to him with filial
abandonment, give free rein to your heart, and give him complete freedom
to work in you as he thinks best."
"By means of the angels, Jesus calls the poor and
simple shepherds, in order to manifest Himself to them. He calls the
learned men by means of their science. And all of them, moved by His
inner grace, hasten to adore Him. He calls all of us by divine
inspiration, and communicates with us by means of His grace. How many
times has he invited us, too? And how readily have we responded? My God,
I blush and become embarrassed when I have to answer such a question."
St. Padre Pio was so happy during his many hours
of Eucharistic Adoration that he wrote: "When I am close to Jesus in the
Blessed Sacrament, I feel as if my heart is bursting out of my chest."
"When Mass ended I remained with Jesus to render
Him thanks. My thirst and hunger do not diminish after I have received
Him in the Blessed Sacrament, but rather, increase steadily. Oh, how
sweet was the conversation I held with Paradise this morning. The Heart
of Jesus and my own, if you will pardon my expression, fused. They were
no longer two hearts beating but only one. My heart disappeared as if it
were a drop in the ocean."
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