As we celebrate the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi) we are invited to reflect on how we are changed by this powerful sacrament. This celebration should transform our lives, giving us the experience of reconciliation with God and neighbor, of healing and new life, of union with God and the saints, and of lasting peace. In this time of pandemic and racial tension in the wake of the tragic death of George Floyd and so many other African Americans we are called to be in communion with those who are suffering at this time. The Eucharist should propel us forward to nourish those who hunger for peace and justice in our society today. May we also remember our Guatemalan sister parish Union de las Aldeas Corpus Christi on their feast day. May they know the blessings and love of God as well as our own towards them. May Christ’s love for us as shown in the Eucharist reach out to embrace all those in need.