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Counsels for Spiritual Life: It is No Longer I Who Live; It is Jesus Christ Who Lives in Me

The Apostle of the Eucharist was also a guide to the interior life and to Eucharistic spirituality for many. Here, on returning to Lyons in early April 1865 following his long retreat in Rome during which he made the Gift of Self, Father Eymard touches on the life of union which is to bring about […]

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About Saint Peter Julian Eymard

Saint Peter Julian Eymard (1811-1868) has been called by Pope Saint John Paul II the “eminent Apostle of the Eucharist” for our times. He served first as a diocesan priest and then for 17 years as a Marist before founding two religious congregations dedicated to the Eucharistic mystery. Throughout his ministry, Eymard was especially concerned with helping people live a deep and fulfilling relationship with God. He wrote thousands of letters and conferences to guide them in this, with a special focus on God’s goodness and love manifested in the Eucharist.