Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

St. Michael the Archangel appeared to Jesus’ Secretary. He identified himself as “the Guardian of the Most Blessed Sacrament” and said that Christ, the God-man King “must be loved, adored, reverenced and worshiped properly in this, The Most Excellent Sacrament.” (Journal 177).

He exhorted Christ’s priests, His ministers, to “show the greatest of reverence when handling the Most Blessed Sacrament, and when they are in HIS REAL PRESENCE!!!” He said, “How sorrowful it is for me, when I witness His very ministers acting as if they were in the presence of just another human being. GENUFLECT! GENUFLECT! GENUFLECT! Lift up your heads, see Who it is that you serve!” (Journal 176).

He promised “to obtain for those faithful Catholic souls who faithfully wear this medal honoring the Most High God, as ‘Jesus King of All Nations’ the reverse of which bears my image, the beautiful grace of an angelic escort to the table of the Lord Jesus Christ. I, myself, will accompany these souls who approach Our Lord in Holy Communion, with reverence, faith and LOVE. I will bear the souls upon my hands. I will watch over them with a most special vigilance. I will be their special protector in their journey towards eternity. Let the faithful approach Our Lord in the Most Blessed Sacrament with love, devotion and reverence.” (Journal 175).

St. Michael also promised, “One of the most beautiful graces Almighty God shall grant to the faithful wearing of this medal, is that I, myself, will I obtain these souls the grace of coming to the belief of the Divine Truth of the Real Presence of Jesus Christ, the God-Man, in the Most Blessed Sacrament.” (Journal 178).

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