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Introduction

On June 10, 2004 John Paul II announced “a Special Year of the Eucharist." It began with the World Eucharistic Congress, which took place from October 10. to October 17, 2004 in Guadalajara, Mexico, and will end with the next Ordinary Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, that will be held in the Vatican from October 2. to October 29, 2005."  Resonating with the Holy Father’s appeal that by “looking at Mary, we will understand better the transforming power that the Eucharist possesses. Listening to her, we will find in the Eucharistic Mystery the courage and energy to follow Christ, the Good Shepherd, and to serve him in the brethren.” The Mary Page introduces a new feature highlighting the intimate relationship of the Blessed Virgin Mary to the Eucharist.

In the weeks and months to come we will be offering to our readers John Paul II's thoughts about Mary and the Eucharist as it is expressed in his recent encyclical Ecclesia de Eucharistia (4/17/2003), especially in chapter 6:  At the School of Mary, "Woman of the Eucharist" (art. 53-58).

  1. 2005 Year of the Eucharist--Indulgences
  2. Woman of the Eucharist
 
3 . Guiding Us into the Mystery
  4. Trust Him!
  5. Eucharistic Faith
  6. Divine and Human
  7.
Tabernacle of the Church
  8. Model of Love
  9. Anticipated Eucharist
10. The Gift You Received
11. Eucharistic Presence
12. Praise and Thanksgiving
13. New Heaven - New Earth
14. Eucharistic Spirituality
15. A "Eucharistic" Life at the School of Mary
16. The Pillars of the Church: the Eucharist and Mary
17. The Rosary and the Eucharist
18.
Mary and the Eucharist in the Collection of Marian Masses
19. Saints on Mary and the Eucharist-Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta

20. Saints on Mary and the Eucharist- St. Alphonsus De Liguori
21. Saints on Mary and the Eucharist-St. Faustina Kowalska
22. Saints on Mary and the Eucharist- St. Louis de Montfort's True Devotion to Mary
23. A "Reflection on the Adoring Love of St. Joseph" from the writings of St. Peter Julian Eymard