John J. Cardinal Carberry
This booklet is merely an instrument, to be used as one may wish, beginning at the end, or in the center, or at the beginning. In the visit to the Blessed Sacrament it is not necessary to kneel all the time; rather one is free to stand, or to be seated as desired. A sense of relaxation is of the greatest importance - a sense of being at home with a changeless friend, our Lord and our God. There is no question of a particular amount of time that is to be given to the visit .This will depend upon circumstances. With frequent use of the booklet, it may become easy to make the visit a little longer; for it may succeed in opening new vitas of prayer and reflection. When we leave all in the loving hands of the dear Lord, He gives us the grace of understanding and communing with Him.
One final word: it does not really matter how we may feel during our visit with our Saviour. Feelings of joy, peace, comfort, strenght and consolation are helpful, and they often come as a gift to us. What matter is that we, by our visit Him, express in word and deed our faith, our hope and our love. We never leave Him without His special blessing upon us and a particular or favour.
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