The Holy Eucharist has nourished the Faith of Catholics for centuries -- but it's all too easy to let routine dull your sense of the transforming power of this sacrament. This book will stir the embers of your love for the Eucharist into a bright glowing flame.
In it, Fr. John A. Kane explores the selfless humility shown by Christ in His presence in the Eucharist, opening the way for you to receive greater spiritual fruit from worthier receptions of Communion and from adoration of Christ in the Eucharist.
You'll learn how the Eucharist is truly a sacrament of love - a sacrament that not only demonstrates Christ's love for you, but gives you the grace you need to love God and your neighbor with a fervor unquenched by passing changes in fortune or feelings.
As Fr. Kane opens your eyes to how much God longs to be with you in the Eucharist - and how much He delights in you - you'll come to experience the Eucharist as that inexhaustible source of grace, peace, and comfort that He intends it to be for you.
Discover from Fr. John Kane:
“Easily accessible to all - catechist, convert, priest, and laity. Fr. Kane shows us the mystery of the Eucharist in a thousand different ways.” Fr. Romanus Cessario
I highly recommend this for any Catholic who would like to know more about the Eucharist, who He is Himself and who He is to the reader.
This book has become a daily devotional for me, as I am consuming it over and over again. It gives new and greater understanding of this wonderful gift, the Eucharist. It is not to be read quickly, as it is a feast to be relished. Each bite must be pondered. The author, John Kane, left a wonderful book for all of us who have need to be drawn closer to Christ through the Eucharist. When I first began reading it, I thought it too deep, and put it aside. For some reason, I came back to it, and I'm so glad I did.
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Basic Book of the Eucharist
Most Holy Eucharist
Meditations Before Mass
Man Christ Jesus, The
Learning the Virtues
Love That Made Mother Teresa
Biblical Roots of the Mass