Who Is Eucharistic Man?

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“You have not chosen Me, but I have chosen you.” (Jn 15:16).

As the Man Jesus Christ carried His Cross to Calvary,
and from the Cross, gave His Divinity ‘Christ’
into the hands of His Father saying:
“Father, into Thy hands I commend My spirit”
(Lk 23:46),
it was the old man Jesus Who died,
and it was the New Man the New Creation
Christ Jesus Who rose from the dead.

The old man Jesus Christ was no more,
the New Man Christ Jesus arose
and is the fulfilment of Holy Eucharist.

Saint Paul confirms Eucharistic Man:
“…may we in all things grow up in Him, Who is the Head
(Ep 4:15),
walk in newness of life, in the likeness of His resurrection
(Rm 6:4,5),
to perfect man, to the measure of the age of the fulness of Christ”
(Ep 4:13).

This is the arrival of Eucharistic man,
and it is Eucharistic man, one in Christ Jesus,
who brings to completion the desire of God:
“Let us make man to Our image and likeness…
And God created man to His Own image:
to the image of God He created him,
male and female He created them”
(Gn 1:26,27).

God made man in the beginning to His image (not likeness),
in Christ Jesus man is made to God’s likeness too.
Jesus said: “My meat is to do the will of Him that sent Me,
that I may perfect His work”
(Jn 4:34).
Through Holy Eucharist,
Eucharist man comes into that perfection of His work.

Our Blessed Mother in Her Apparitions and locutions tells us:
“Less and less importance is being given to the Eucharist.”
Why? It is through Holy Eucharist
that Eucharistic man becomes the new creature:
“If then any be in Christ a new creature,
the old things are passed away.
Behold all things are made new”
(2Co 5:17).

Eucharistic man inflicts the final defeat on Satan
and puts him in Hell for all eternity.

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