"There are two ways of communing with God. The first is the sacramental way, by reception of the sacred host, which allows us to bear Christ’s presence within ourselves. The second and unceasing way consists of God giving himself to us in every moment of every day of our lives. In this way, God comes to us in the form of a duty, a joy, or sorrow. God comes to us in other persons, congenial or unappealing.
"In all these situations, it is God who comes to us, but we do not realize this presence. Yet, whatever the form behind which he hides and whatever the garb in which he presents himself, he is the God of Wisdom, Omnipotence and Love without limits."