“Jesus Christ who wished to be born in a manger, lived in a hut, died on the tough wood of the cross, wanted a Cenacle – large, beautiful and decked – to institute the Mystery, and left himself to us on that night wherein one betrayed him, another denied him … and all the rest left him… Oh, had Peter remembered about receiving Jesus into his heart, he would never have denied him… This is the fruit of Holy Communion, of remote preparation. Remember throughout the day of having received the Mystery. I Carry the Mysteries!”

(08.06.1898: Cir. Let.4)