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Healing Through the Eucharist
“For many years I have been convinced that far too little emphasis has been given to the marvellous healing power of our Lord Jesus through the holy sacriﬁce of the Mass... I have every conﬁdence that this fine book, Healing through the Eucharist, will be of great help to you and your loved ones. It is a book that should not be read in just one sitting but rather be an ongoing source of meditation in preparation for Holy Mass.”
Making Confession, Hearing confession
you as a reader will be grateful for this concise historical overview of confession and Kidder's assurance that, despite its undervalued or misunderstood practice, this "cure of souls'' is anything but obsolete. some confessional practices have been secularized, as in psychotherapy and professional counseling; others find expression in evangelistic crusades and Christian 12-step programs. read this book and know more
The Church at Prayer
The Church at Prayer sets forth in enlightening detail, and in a very readable fashion, prayers that are specifically Catholic in their origin and development and which are universal in their practice. Among the many discussed here are the Divine Office, the Sacraments, the Mass, the Seasons of the Year, Marian devotions etc.
The Eucharist: Our Sanctification
The question now is What place the Eucharist has in the history of salvation. Where should We place it....? And the answer is that it has no particular place — it is the Whole thing. The Eucharist is coextensive with the history of salvation... Just as on a clear morning the whole sky is reﬂected in a dewdrop on a bush, so the Eucharist reﬂects the Whole of the history of salvation.
The Healing Power of the Sacraments
The Church’s prayer for healing is manifested in many ways, but none more emphatic than through the sacraments of reconciliation, anointing of the sick and the Eucharist. Jim McManus prepares us to understand the power of healing with a careful discussion of Jesus’ own healing ministry while he was on earth, and a thoughtful reﬂection on the role of suffering in Christian life. He then shows how the Church prays for healing today in the celebration of the sacraments, particularly through the language of the rites. He also explores other avenues of healing prayer: paraliturgical healing services, devotion to Mary and healing of self-image through personal prayer. Throughout his work, he illustrates the discussion with strong personal witness from those with whom he has Worked, providing both information and enthusiasm for this growing ministry within the Church. Pastorally oriented, this book will be welcomed both by those who minister and
The holy Eucharist our hall
This is an invitation to all to develop a deeper love for Jesus present in the Blessed Sacrament, the holy Eucharist -Our All explores many aspects of this, the greatest mystery of the catholic Faith, by considering the Blessed Eucharist as life, as foo, as expiation, as salvation, as the treasury of grace and as divine love.