On the way into work I was meditating on the Fifth Luminous Mystery, Jesus' institution of the Eucharist. I found myself thinking about the worthiness of the Apostles to receive Communion. Jesus gave Himself to them and ordained them as priests knowing that they would abandon and pretend not to know Him only hours later. Its a sobering realization for you and me: Jesus does not withhold Himself from anyone. He does not look into the future, see the poor use we will make of His grace, and then decide we're not worth the effort. His "default disposition" is to give Himself away (that's Trinitarian through and through). On one hand that gives us great confidence in His mercy toward us. On the other hand, it keeps us from being overconfident; the fact that we have experienced moments of intense intimacy with the Lord does not mean we are immune from a serious future fall.
When I finally drove home tonight, I had the urge to stop at the nearby Eucharistic Adoration chapel. Because it is perpetual adoration (24/7), I knew there would be another believer there praying. What really thrilled me was to enter the chapel at 9:20 on a Thursday night and find four other people there! We all came, knowing we would find Jesus there - the real Jesus, the whole Jesus. How mind-boggling is that?!