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Eucharistic Knights of Jesus

The Eucharistic Knights of Jesus are men and women called by God who are “Perpetual Adorers.”  This call is given to everyone, which St. Peter Julian Eymard called, “The Ruling Grace.”

            A Eucharistic Knight fights under the supremacy and sovereignty of Our Lord and Master, Jesus Christ, LEADER AND PERFECTER OF FAITH, 

Under the patronage of Our Lady of Eucharistic Wisdom and St. Joseph and the Angels and the Saints, a Eucharistic Knight strives to combat sins, which are the deadliest enemies, and perseveres in mastering itself fortified by the light and strength of the Holy Eucharist and the sacramental life of the Church, such as, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, Confession, Eucharistic-Perpetual Adoration, Scripture Readings, Readings of the writings of the Saints, Catechism, Church Fathers, and attending monthly Eucharistic Knights meeting and yearly Eucharistic Conference.

The Eucharistic Knights of Jesus have joined various confraternities of the Catholic Church. These confraternities serve as guide in the spiritual development of the Eucharistic Knights, such as:

  1. The Confraternity of the Holy Face of Jesus – honoring the first-three Commandments.
  2. The Servite Confraternity of Our Lady of Sorrows – Holy Death – Black Scapular – and
  3. Bona Mors Confraternity for a Holy, Happy Death under the patronage of Our Lady of Sorrows and St. Joseph.
  4. The Confraternity of Mary Queen of all Hearts – True Devotion to Mary by St. Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort.
  5. The Angelic Warfare Confraternity for the virtue of Chastity.
  6. The Confraternity of Our Lady of Mount Carmel – The Brown Scapular – Our Blessed Mother’s Heavenly Clothing for her children and motherly protection.
  7. The Confraternity of the Precious Blood of Jesus – Reparation for sins.
  8. Confraternity of the Holy Rosary – spiritual combat and forming Jesus and Mary in the hearts of the Eucharistic Knights.
  9. Association of the Holy Souls in Purgatory–for the repose of the Holy Souls and its members.

Matthew 5:48, “Be you, therefore, perfect as also you Heavenly Father is perfect.” Psalm 19:7, “The Law of the Lord is perfect.  Psalm 101, “I will walk in the way of perfection; and I will walk with blameless heart.”

“In Baptism, we are the children, brothers, sisters, and brides of Christ.  St. Bernard says that no other name could be found that expresses so vividly that intimacy Jesus wished to establish with us than those of “Spouse and Bride.”

The Church is the Bride of Christ:  Catechism 796: The unity of Christ and the Church, head and members of one Body, also implies the distinction of the two within a personal relationship. This aspect is often expressed by the image of bridegroom and bride. The theme of Christ as Bridegroom of the Church was prepared for by the prophets and announced by John the Baptist. The Lord referred to Himself as the "bridegroom." The Apostle speaks of the whole Church and of each of the faithful, members of His Body, as a bride "betrothed" to Christ the Lord so as to become but one spirit with Him. The Church is the spotless bride of the spotless Lamb. "Christ loved the Church and gave Himself up for her, that He might sanctify her." He has joined her with Himself in an everlasting covenant and never stops caring for her as for His own body:

The Church is the “Bride” of Christ.  This applies to all just souls.  The mystical bride is called “perfect,” being the bride of the Perfect Man.  The bride must be perfect to receive the words of His perfect doctrine.  In order to reach this lofty perfection, the bride must prepare to become the worthy bride of the Word and gradually and in every stage to grow in intimate union with God by pleasing Him in all things, by following faithfully in His ways, by serving Him upon the paths of justice and the delightful ways of wisdom and holy love, and by participating more fully and worthily in His own Body to eat and His most Precious Blood to drink. Thus, the bride adhering to Him become one spirit in Him and become one in His own image, life-giving spirit, and eternal life (1 COR. 6:17)Rev 19, “The Wedding Feast of the Lamb has begun; and His bride is prepared to welcome Him.” Revelation 14:4, “They are virgins; and these are the ones who follow the Lamb wherever He goes.” Revelation 17:14, “They will make war against the Lamb, and the Lamb will triumph over them, because He is Lord of lords and King of kings; and He will be accompanied by His called and chosen and faithful ones.”





To obtain further information about joining the The Eucharistic Knights of Jesus please contact any of the following individuals:

GAIL ANDRADE – 619-933-4624



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