United States Conference of Secular institutes


John 6:44-51

As the bread of life, Jesus gives his flesh for the life of the world, that is, he willingly gave himself up to death one time in history and he continues to give himself as bread through the sacrament of the Eucharist. In each of our lives Jesus comes as the bread of life — to be eaten, to be consumed by us. We then share this living bread by loving, and by serving. In loving and serving, we prove that we have been created in the likeness of God, for God is love and when we love we becomes living images of God in this world.