1st Reflection on the Eucharistic Prayers: Praying for Reconciliation

Reflections on the Eucharistic Prayers

“The Gift That Keeps on Giving … and giving, and giving.”

By Fr. Ron Will, CPPS

During this year devoted to the Eucharistic Revival across our nation, I would like to reflect with you on the words that we hear in the Eucharistic Prayers when we celebrate Mass. The words might just go over our heads if we are not paying attention. But when we really reflect on them, they invite us to have a personal encounter with God. I would like to reflect on some of those words with you.

The presider at Mass has 13 Eucharistic Prayers from which to choose, based perhaps on a theme in the scripture readings that day, the Church Season of the Year, or what is going on in the local or world community that day.

First, I will look at: The Eucharistic Prayer for Reconciliation I.

All of the videos in this series can be found here: Reflections on the Eucharistic Prayers .

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[Fr. Ron Will, a Precious Blood priest and spiritual director, is a graduate of Catholic Theological Union and Creighton University’s School of Christian Spirituality. He has a special interest in helping form intentional disciples of Jesus, encouraging others to go spiritually deep-sea diving to explore a deeper relationship with God, and walking with people as they dive into the ocean of God’s mystery actually experiencing God rather than simply dipping one’s toe into the water.]

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