St. John Chrysostom Eucharistic Quotes:

"How many of you say: I should like to see His face, His garments, His shoes. You do see Him, you touch Him, you eat Him. He gives Himself to you, not only that you may see Him, but also to be your food and nourishment."

- St. John Chrysostom

"It is not the man who is responsible for the offerings as they become Christ's Body and Blood; it is Christ Himself who was crucified for us. The standing figure belongs to the priest who speaks these words. The power and the grace belong to God. 'This is My Body,' he says. And these words transform the offerings."

- St. John Chrysostom

Following is a meditations from the writings of St. John Chrysostom (344-407):

..."Water and blood are a symbol of baptism and the most holy sacrament [of the Eucharist]. Now the Church is founded on the spiritual renewal by the bath of rebirth and on the most holy sacrament [of the Eucharist], both of which have their origin in the side of Christ. Therefore Christ built the Church from the side of Christ, just as he made Eve from the side of Adam. Therefore St. Paul says, 'We are of his flesh and of his bones.'"

"Now we see how intimately Christ has been united to his spouse (the Church); see with what food he satisfies us. He himself is our food and nourishment; and just as a woman nourishes her child with her own blood and milk, Christ also constantly nourishes with his own blood those to whom he has given birth (by Baptism)."

"Would you like to honor the body of Christ you receive in the
Eucharist?  Do not despise the poor when you see him clothed in rags...  He who said
'this is my body', has said also 'You have seen me hungry and you did not
give me to eat!  Whatever you have refused to do for any of these little ones,
you have refused it to me also!'" (St. John Chrysostom)

"It is necessary to understand the wonder of this sacrament.  What it
is, why it was given, and what is the profit of the action.  We become one
body, and members, as it is said, of his flesh and of his bones...  This is
effected by the food which he has given us...  He has mingled his body with ours
that we may be one, as body joined to head." (St. John Chrysostom)