CHRISTMASCAzT 2018 26: Adoration of the Child Jesus becomes Eucharistic adoration

Once again this year I offer short daily podcasts to help you prepare for the upcoming feast as well as for your own, personal, meeting with the Lord.

Here is CHRISTMASCAzT 26, for St.John’s Day in the Octave of Christmas.

These 5 minute offerings are a token of gratitude especially for my benefactors.  Thank you!

St. John Paul II teaches that, at Christmas, adoration of the Child Jesus becomes Eucharistic adoration.

. Advent and Christmas Wisdom From Pope John Paul II (Kindle Location 855). Liguori Publications. Kindle Edition.

Today we hear one of the beautiful hymns of the Roman liturgy, used in the Season of Christmas, along with a bit of Greek chant.

Have some Mystic Monk Coffee and have a listen!

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2 Responses to CHRISTMASCAzT 2018 26: Adoration of the Child Jesus becomes Eucharistic adoration

  1. Andreas says:

    Many thanks for this and your other wonderful podcasts, Father Z.! They are both very informative and of great interest. I am grateful indeed to you for the time and effort you have given to make these available. In that presented today, I was especially taken by the Greek chant about which I know very little. I see that I have some study of this chant form and listening to do in the days to come.
    From the Tirol, wishing you and all readers here a Frohe Weihnachten and ‘Guten rutsch’ (a good slide) into the year to come.

  2. jameeka says:

    Beautiful hymn-Jesu dulcis memoria—thank you. I wish this was sung at Mass sometimes.
    Wonderful sermon as well by St John Paul II.