In a deeply moving clip of The Patrick Madrid Show, you’ll hear the heartfelt story of Agnes from New York, who shared her journey of healing through the Eucharist. Agnes, a survivor of abuse during her teen years, speaks about the profound shame and disruption in relationships that resulted from her experiences.
Despite these challenges, Agnes found solace and transformation in the Eucharist. In her own words, it was “her refuge,” a private encounter with Jesus that turned her life around. This profound experience led her to be instrumental in opening a perpetual adoration chapel, fueled by her newfound faith and healing.
We need to see the Eucharist as not just a ritual or a symbol, but as the living presence of Jesus Christ. Agnes’ story is a testament to the power of faith and the healing grace found in the Eucharist. She encourages others, especially survivors like herself, to seek solace in the Eucharist, assuring them of Jesus’ unconditional love and his ability to heal and transform even the deepest wounds.
Her message is clear: Do not abandon the Church or the Eucharist in times of suffering. Instead, bring your pain and sorrow to Jesus, who is always waiting with open arms to offer love, guidance, and healing.