Love’s playground

The Eucharist points to the Cross.

The Eucharist will teach us, if we let it, that in this fallen world the Cross is Love’s playground. In an unfallen world the playground would be vast. In this world, the Cross is vast, too, but only seen with the eyes of faith.

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