Going into shops, schools, workplaces and even
our own homes, we can find a kind of famine for divine love. It seems at every encounter in the different sectors of the world, that many are
absolutely starving for the kind of infinite and unconditional love that only God can give them. Encountering this vast storehouse of the divine grain of charity in the Eucharist as the only place that can feed a starving world makes us deeply identify with Joseph of Egypt, who was charged with feeding the world. It can seem a bit overwhelming at times, and the sheer hunger of the crowds can seem staggering, yet we must continue to invite people to make pilgrimage to the Eucharistic banquent that they may discover the love they may not even know they are starving for.