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The Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament is a eucharistic religious community. We minister in many lands and cultures, and in a variety of situations, but share a common vision and hope for a world renewed by the Eucharist.
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It is commonly believed that the first encyclicals of a papacy represent a signal of the pastoral vision and priorities of the new pope. Other leaders in the Church, then, as well as the faithful and secular observers look to these documents to see what the holder of the Chair of Peter will emphasize in […]
“Called to live as a Eucharistic community, we seek, by our vocation and way of life, to give a more explicit witness to the life of Christ which springs from the Eucharist,”
(Rule of Life, 21).