Youthful Lovers of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament.
By Helen Maery. Impr, 1912, 171 page book.
The Eucharist is not only a memorial of Christ’s love for us, but the bond of a union between Him and our souls; a union which was to endure all the years and be perfected in life everlasting. The history of the Servants of God affords many examples, which Holy Church jealously cherishes, showing how wonderfully little children can partake in this happy union. Of these, a few are gathered together, sweet Eucharistic Lilies, which will delight and instruct God’s little ones, and possibly interest their elders, if indeed these are not put to the blush at seeing such marvels of courage and love in the lives of mere children. May these Eucharistic flowers, then, exhale, their sweetness, and be the means of bringing many other young hearts to the garden of the Lord, Whose divine words were: “Suffer the little children to come unto Me and forbid them not.”