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‘Price of our ransom, pledge of salvation’

Christ, unblemished Lamb of God

One of the beautiful and mysterious features of the Catholic faith is the unfolding of its liturgical year — notably, May, the month of Mary, and June, the month of the Sacred Heart.

But one of the months whose significance has been forgotten in recent times is July, the month of the Most Precious Blood of Jesus.

The devotion to Christ’s Precious Blood can be traced to the earliest days of the Church.

In A.D. 96, Pope St. Clement I of Rome, the third pope in the succession of St. Peter, wrote in the oldest extant document outside of the New Testament, “Let us fix our gaze on the Blood of Christ and realize how truly precious it is, seeing that it was poured out for our salvation and brought the grace of conversion to the whole world.” …

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