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Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist

The "Missionaries of the Most Holy Eucharist" is a public clerical association, which has for its charism the promotion of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in parishes and dioceses. The association was erected by Bishop Dominique Rey, bishop of Fréjus-Toulon on July 17th 2007 at Paray-le-Monial, the sanctuary where Jesus made known to St. Margaret Mary his thirst to be loved in the Blessed Sacrament. The moderator is Fr. Florian Racine and the association is composed of priests, deacons, religious and laity with varying degrees of commitment. There are both permanent and associate members. It is based in Sanary-sur-mer in France and is responsible for the running of the parish. It is a very vibrant parish and this is largely due to the grace of having perpetual adoration. It is a Eucharistic community set up for the Eucharistic Reign of Jesus in ourselves and in the world. Its goal is the establishment of perpetual adoration in parishes and the formation of adorers so that they will be able to love Jesus and make Him loved. Our mission? In accordance with its statutes the community seeks to: 1. Encourage the practice of Eucharistic adoration in parishes by means of preaching, giving talks, retreats and organising conferences and congresses. 2. Organise perpetual adoration in parishes and towns in such a way that the Blessed Sacrament be exposed solemnly and adored unceasingly. 3. Give Jesus a guard of honour and love by inviting parishioners to choose a weekly hour of adoration and by helping them to remain faithful to it. 4. To form other formators (2 Tm 2, 2) who will in turn attract new adorers by becoming witnesses of the Eucharistic Lord in the world. 5. To create links between parishes which already have adoration. . To organise, wherever necessary, parish missions for the renewal of existing adoration chapels thus reinforcing the chain of prayer and deepening the prayer life of adorers. 6. To assume the animation of Eucharistic centres or diocesan Eucharistic sanctuaries.