"For us, Christ is our life. If He does not affect every part of our life, it is not the real thing. It is He who is the centre, but more than that He has promised to be with us: 'Lo I am with you always even to the end of time' That is focused though, of course not restricted to, His presence for us in the sacramental life of the Church. If you want to meet the risen Lord and receive His grace, we come humbly to Holy Communion, with penitence to the confessional, or in our need to receive anointing. In baptism we enter that gate to the new risen life in him which is a present reality and not just a future hope."
|The Ordinary preaches on Easter Sunday|