Jesus Our Eucharistic Love

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Jesus Our Eucharistic Love

This 146-page book is a must-read for anyone desiring to kindle in their hearts the tenderness of the love of God that comes to us through the Eucharist. If you wish to deepen your love and understanding of the amazing mystery of the Eucharist, you will love this treasure of Eucharistic devotional writings and examples from the Saints showing their stirring Eucharistic love and devotion. This book is a valuable aid for reading meditatively before the Blessed Sacrament. 

From the back cover:

Let us ask the question: What is the Eucharist? It is God with us. It is the Lord Jesus veiled under the appearance of bread, but really and physically present in the consecrated Host, so that He dwells in our midst, works within us and for us, and is at our disposal. The Eucharistic Jesus is the true Emmanuel, the "God with us" (Mt. 1:23). 

"The Faith of the Church," Pope Pius XII teaches us, "is this: That one and identical is the Word of God and the Son of Mary who suffered on the Cross, who is present in the Eucharist, and who rules in Heaven."

With the Eucharist, God has truly given us everything. St. Augustine exclaimed: "Although God is all-powerful, He is uneable to give more; though supremely wise, He knows not how to give more; though vastly rich, He has not more to give."

- Fr. Stefano M. Manelli, FI

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  • 5

    Posted by Melissa B on 24th Jan 2019

    This book is absolutely perfect. I'd highly recommend it.

  • 5
    very informative book

    Posted by Tammie Eggleston on 30th May 2017

    Can't beat the price for the information in this book!

  • 5

    Posted by Amy on 22nd Jun 2016

    You are going to REALLY want to take this one slowly and with intention. This gem is chock full of insight and wisdom. Take it to read while you're in Adoration. Or read it before you go to Adoration and reflect on what you've read. Either way, just get this book. We can all benefit from learning more deeply what and who the Eucharist is from what the saints have said.

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