Acknowledgements

First and foremost, this site and all its good fruits, if any, are very much the blessings granted by the Most Holy Trinity and Its whole Family of Holy Angels and Saints.

At the same time, this site is totally consecrated to the Most Holy Trinity through Our Heavenly Mother (Totus tuus - All yours, O Mother). Our other patron saints are St. Joseph, St. Thérèse of Lisieux, St. Augustine, St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Gregory Palamas, the Archangels St. Michael, St. Gabriel, St. Raphael, and our holy Guardian Angels.

Immense gratitude is extended also to Mr. Scott Fabian, M.A., and the Ecclesia Web Service for providing us with the space needed on the internet. Thus, the present site has been and will be practicing consistently the virtue of self-giving contentment, i.e., it is not asking for donations. We are thankful and happy enough to be given the opportunity by Providence to be serving God and His Dear People in some small way.

Further, we are very grateful to the two occasional spiritual advisors, i.e., Rev. Prof. John PERRY, S.J., and Rev. Leo REILLY, Ph.D., C.S.B., with respect to the contents of the site. We are also quite thankful to all the co-authors and committee members.

    Finally, we must thank all our visitors for being so patient with the slow progress and being so forgiving towards any typing mistake on our site.

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Grace Institute of the Holy Eucharist is a Canadian Catholic charitable non-profit organization.

Faithful to the Magisterium, the three purposes of Grace Institute of the Holy Eucharist:

* to serve the Divine Heavenly Family, i.e., the Most Holy Trinity and Its whole Family of Holy Angels and Saints

* to spread the good news of God's grace or Gods' Divine Energy (Eastern-rite Catholic concept of God's grace) for the Divine Heavenly Family

* to help the Church in a little way to bring many people forever into the Divine Heavenly Family

Mission Sunday, October 19, 1997 (*updated on the Feast of St. Thérèse of Lisieux, Patroness of the Missions, Oct. 1, 2016)