''Because we are members of his body, of his flesh, and of his bones.''
We all are, in our sufferings and joyful moments alike, members of the most Holy Body of Christ.
I am sure that not a thing can console us, the weak human creatures, more than just-mentioned fact.
Still the Body that we are part of is deeply hurt as many Christians (both laymen and the clergy),
do not care about Jesus who trusted them enough to incorporate them into his own Being.
Thus a question my arise: How can we bear the responsibility for Christ if even our own bodies are treated by us without due respect - rather with alcohol, drugs etc.?
Ask Mary, the most tender Mother of God: She knows well not only how to be the best companion
of Our Lord, but - through the divine intention - how to care for each and every Member of his Body.
--Tomasz, Racibórz +