Spiritual Reading for Monday after Ascension ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

The dignity of the priest is also estimated by the power that he has over the real and the mystic body of Jesus Christ. With regard to the power of priests over the real Body of Jesus Christ, it is of Faith that when they pronounce the words of Consecration the Incarnate Word has obliged Himself to obey and to come into their hands under the sacramental species.

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