Mary also anticipated, in the mystery of the incarnation, the Church’s Eucharistic faith. When, at the Visitation, she bore in her womb the Word made flesh, she became in some way a “tabernacle” – the first “tabernacle” in history – in which the Son of God, still invisible to our human gaze, allowed himself to be adored by Elizabeth, radiating his light as it were through the eyes and the voice of Mary.
Learn more about Mary and the Eucharist by praying the Joyful mysteries of the Holy Rosary and the stories listed below.
The First Mystery
The Second Mystery
The Third Mystery
The Nativity of Jesus
The Fourth Mystery
The Fifth Mystery
Finding Jesus in The Temple
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Our Lady of Guadalupe Explained
The following is found at the end of St Louis de Montfort’s True Devotion to Mary, concerning how we ought to receive Holy Communion in union with Our Lady.