Saint Augustine wrote that "Jesus took His Flesh from the flesh of Mary." We behold Him, and we give thanks, each time we receive the Eucharist. How often do we, during this moment, remember to honor His mother?
Saint Thomas Aquinas wrote, “the flesh of Jesus is the maternal flesh of Mary, the blood of Jesus is the maternal blood of Mary. Therefore it will never be possible to separate Jesus from Mary.”
With this in mind and heart, we have created this rosary in honor of Mary as Mother of the Eucharist.
Symbolic of the consecrated bread and wine, this limited edition rosary was created with each element in red and white. To support our focus on the Eucharist, white jade Aves are spaced with white glass. Symbolic of His Precious Blood, we have chosen a deep red Czech Glass Baroque style Bead as the Pater, and have accented each one with a small red crystal. Beautifully detailed and accented with red crystal, a pewter Miraculous Medal center and ornate crucifix complete this rosary which measures 22”.
Your Mother of the Eucharist rosary will be shipped in a silk-like pouch and gift box.
$125. Including shipping worldwide
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May Mary, who bearing Jesus in her womb was the first living "tabernacle" of the Eucharist, communicate to us her same faith in the holy mystery of the Body and Blood of her divine Son, so that it may truly be the centre of our life.
~ Benedict XVI ~
Hail Mary, sweet Mother of the Eucharist.
With sorrow and much love, you have given us your son Jesus while hanging from the Cross.
We, weak creatures, anchor ourselves to you
to be worthy sons of this
great LOVE and SORROW.
Help us to be humble and simple,
help us to love all men,
help us to live in grace
always to be ready to welcome
Jesus into our heart.
O Mary, Mother of the Eucharist,
we, by ourselves, will never be able
to understand this great mystery of love.
Gain for us the light of the Holy Spirit,
because only in that moment we will be able to perceive
even for just one instant,
all the infinite love of your Jesus
in giving Himself to us.
“In that first ‘fusion’ with Jesus (holy communion), it was my Heavenly Mother again who accompanied me to the altar for it was she herself who placed her Jesus into my soul.”
~ Saint Therese of Lisieux ~