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France
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Father Florian X. Racine

Father Florian X. Racine earned a Bachelor's of Civil Engineering from Ecole Spéciale des Travaux Publics in Paris in 1993 and a master's degree in ocean engineering from Texas A&M University in 1994. After 2 years in Houston as an engineer at Coflexip, Inc., he was ordained a Roman Catholic priest at the Diocese of Frejus-Toulon in 2002. In 2005, Fr. Racine was nominated as parish priest in Sanary-sur-Mer and later established the Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist, a clerical association of diocesan rite, which was approved by Bishop Dominique Rey in 2007.

Sean Davidson

Father Sean Davidson
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Fr. Sean is a member of the Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist, a new public clerical association based in southeast France.   It is a small Eucharistic Community founded canonically in 2007 by Bishop Dominique Rey (Diocese of Fréjus-Toulon) and Fr. Florian Racine for the promotion of Eucharistic Adoration in the Church.

Born in London, England in 1979, Sean spent much of his childhood and youth with his family in Ireland and it was there that he encountered the Lord at the age of 21.  He decided to enter formation for the sacred priesthood in the summer of 2004 and this call was accompanied by a strong desire to make Jesus in the Eucharist known and loved. Thus he made the decision to go to France and assist with the project of Bishop Rey and Fr. Florian to establish a missionary community of adorer-priests dedicated to this end.

Having completed his priestly studies in the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome in 2009, Sean was ordained a deacon in Toulon, France in June 2010.  Sean was ordained a priest on the Feast of Corpus Christi, June 26, 2011 in France. 

In addition to his missionary and pastoral work in Europe, he is regularly available to preach conferences and parish missions for perpetual adoration as well as spiritual retreats in the United States.  The spirituality of his association is based especially upon the writings of St. Peter Julian Eymard, the Apostle of the Holy Eucharist, canonized by Pope John XXIII at the time of the Second Vatican Council.  There are also several lay and religious associate members of this association, some of whom reside in the United States.

Is your parish interested in renewing its Eucharistic Adoration program, or coordinating a parish mission focused on Perpetual Adoration?

Fr. Sean travels to the United States twice a year. 

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Deacon David Nugent

Father David Nugent is a member of the Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist, a public clerical association based in the Diocese of Frejus-Toulon in the south of France.  We are a very small community of priests, deacons and seminarians dedicated to loving the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Most Holy Eucharist and spreading devotion to His Adorable Presence throughout the world.

 

Jesus Christ is my life. He is the deepest yearning of my heart and the center of all that I am. The reality of His Eucharist Presence has dominated my life for some years. To adore Him, to pass my time before Him in Eucharistic Adoration is my greatest joy. There is nothing that I yearn for more than Jesus in the Eucharist.

I am originally from a small town called Armagh in northern Ireland. In 1993, a chapel of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration opened in Armagh. My mother became a daily adorer of Jesus and for over seven years she prayed constantly for me. I never lost the practice of the Catholic faith, but my faith had suffered somewhat after I went to University in Belfast in 1992. Thanks to my mother's fidelity to adoration, I received the grace of a full and deep conversion to the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus in 2000. Since then I have dedicated my life to Jesus in the Eucharist.

In 2004 after discerning a call to the Priesthood I entered seminary formation for the Diocese of Armagh. I studied theology at the Irish College in Rome receiving my degree in 2009. In the summer of 2009 I began to discern a vocation with the Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist.  I was ordained to the priesthood on June 10, 2012.

It is my heartfelt desire to dedicate my life as a priest to the living Presence of Jesus Christ, and to bring souls to His feet in a Cenacle of union with their Divine Lord, hidden for love of them in the Sacrament of His Eucharistic Presence.

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Letter of reference.

Seminarian Barry Braum
I am a seminarian from Johannesburg, South Africa. Before discerning a call to the holy priesthood, I worked as a web and graphic designer. In 2006 I entered religious life where I was further able to discern Gods will regarding my vocation. The desire for a life consecrated to Mary and spent in Adoration of Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament has led me to the Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist to be formed at the feet of Christ and to bring all souls to the Heart of Jesus, who is the fount of grace and Divine Mercy.

The Immaculate Heart of Mary, where She pondered each moment of Christ’s life, is where we learn to adore. In Her Heart we can become burning flames of adoration and reparation to Jesus present in the Eucharist.  The Triumph of the Immaculate Heart will be the Eucharistic Reign of Jesus Christ. May Thy Kingdom come!

St Peter Julian Eymard, St John Vianney, St Mary Magdalen, St Bernadette and St Therese of lisieux. Pray for us.

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 Michael Donnelly

Seminarian Michael Donnelly

I am currently living in southern France as a member of the Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist. My time here is preparing me to go into seminary.

I am originally from the city of Armagh in Northern Ireland.

My calling to the holy priesthood is the fruit of a visit in August 2011 to a place called Medugorje. It was there that I received so many special graces, but the most life changing one of all was that I became aware of the Real Eucharistic Presence of Jesus Christ in the Most Blessed Sacrament.

A few days after coming back from Medugorje, I consecrated my heart to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Ever since the moment I gave my heart to Our Blessed Mother, She has unceasingly guided me to Her beloved Son Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Sacrament of His Eucharistic Presence. My desire to adore Jesus has taken complete control of my heart.

It is such a privilege to be called to a Eucharistic vocation and to be able to dedicate my life to the Real Eucharistic Presence of Jesus Christ the King of Kings, as well as to bringing souls to His Most loveable Heart. All for the glory and honour of God!

Declan Gibson

Seminarian Declan Gibson

Being a missionary of the Most Holy Eucharist is a truly wonderful gift, given to me from the love and humility of our Blessed Mother.

She who loved Jesus so perfectly wishes to give us her attributes, to give us her heart with which to adore her Son, that Jesus may receive from us a true communication of hearts; our heart with his.

During adoration of Jesus in the Most Blessed Sacrament we are invited to enter into the interior life of our Blessed Mother so we may more deeply contemplate his life as she pondered it in her Heart and and through the Holy Spirit bear witness to him and to his Divine, loving presence waiting for us in the Most Holy Eucharist.

Most Holy Trinity, I adore you my God. My God I love you in the Most Blessed Sacrament. Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us and draw us to your Son.

Garry Holmes

Seminarian Gary Holmes

 I am a seminarian with the Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist in France.  Originally from Dublin, I am the youngest of six in an Irish Catholic family.  My spiritual journey has led me here to adore Jesus.  Jesus desires to fill us with the Living Water which flows from His Eucharistic Heart: “Let anyone who is thirsty come to me!  Let anyone who believes in me come and drink!  As scripture says, “From his heart shall flow streams of living water” (Jn 7:37-38).  To the Samaritan woman at the well, Jesus said: “If only you knew what God is offering and who it is that is saying to you, ‘Give me someting to drink,’ you would have been the one to ask and he would have given you living water” (Jn 4:10).
As a Missionary of the Most Holy Eucharist the words “If only you knew what God is offering” resound very deeply in me.  In Jesus, truly present in the Most Holy Sacrament, God is offering us everything.  He is offering us everything that we are yearning for.   It is because of this that I desire to consecrate my priesthood to the Eucharist, I desire that many will come to know the “Gift of God” which alone can fill the human heart.  Jesus wants to satisfy our thirst for the infinite and for happiness.  This is why He has remained with us in the Eucharist.  He desires also that we render Him love for love in the Sacrament of His Love.  We need to give Him to drink also by coming to meet Him, to visit Him, to love Him - He who supplicates us “I so ardently thirst to be loved by men in the Most Blessed Sacrament that this thirst devours me” (Jesus to Saint Margaret Mary).  “God is Love, and he who dwells in love dwells in God, and God in him” (1Jn 14:16).  “No eye has seen and no ear has heard, nor can the mind of man visualise what God has prepared for those who love Him”.  Lord, grant that I may love you passionately and to make you loved everywhere. 

 
 

 

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