Friday, July 06, 2007

The World's Greatest Secret---The Eucharist and E=mc2?

J.M.J. + O.B.T. + M.G.R.*

I offer this image and ask that you take a moment to ponder an idea, a theory that seems to me to be of great importance.

If the Exodus/Moses Ark of the OT Covenant (the Law) is tied to the Luke/Mary Ark of the New and Everlasting Covenant (in Jesus' Blood) by means of the Cross, and if the Spirit of Light and Truth relates this through one bridging truth—the formula E=mc2, are we not able to see why all of good creation Blesses the Lord? (Canticle, Daniel 3:57-88).

As Pope John Paul II states in his General Audience commentaries:

Let every creature bless the Lord

1. "Bless the Lord, all works of the Lord" (Dn 3: 57). A cosmic dimension imbues this Canticle taken from the Book of Daniel, which the Liturgy of the Hours proposes for Sunday Lauds in the first and third weeks. This marvellous litany-like prayer is well-suited to the Dies Domini, the Day of the Lord, that lets us contemplate in the risen Christ the culmination of God's plan for the cosmos and for history. Indeed, in him, the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end of history (cf. Rv 22: 13), creation itself acquires its full meaning since, as John recalls in the Prologue to his Gospel, "all things were made through him" (Jn 1: 3). The history of salvation culminates in the resurrection of Christ, opening human life to the gift of the Spirit and adoption as sons and daughters, while awaiting the return of the divine Spouse who will hand the world back to God the Father (cf. 1 Cor 15: 24).

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A luminous prayer like a litany is included in Chapter 3
of the Book of Daniel, a real Canticle of the creatures,
which the liturgy of Lauds presents to us on several occasions
in various fragments.

Sincerely yours in Jesus and Mary,

Mike Rizzio, SOLT

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* - J.M.J. + O.B.T. + M.G.R. stands for: Jesus, Mary and Joseph;
O Beata Trinitas; Saint Michael, Saint Gabriel and Saint Raphael

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