That’s interesting, Ockham, I have mine set up the same way. In the devotions for Holy Communion, I am continually floored by St Francis Xavier’s Hymn of Love:
9 God, I love Thee not because I hope for heaven thereby,
Nor yet because who love Thee not are lost eternally.
Thou, O my Jesus, didst me upon the cross embrace;
For me didst bear the nails and spear and manifold disgrace;
And griefs and torments numberless, and sweat of agony;
E’en death itself–and all for me who was Thine enemy.
Then why, O blesséd Jesu Christ, should I not love Thee well?
Not for the sake of winning heaven, nor of escaping hell;
Not with the hope of gaining aught, not seeking a reward;
But, as Thyself hast loved me, O ever-loving Lord?
Even so I love Thee, and will love, and in Thy praise will sing;
Solely because Thou art my God and my most lovong King.
The most beautiful thing I have ever read. I was born on St Francis Xavier’s Feast day.