Item description for No Wonder They Call It the Real Presence: Lives Changed by Christ In Eucharistic Adoration by David Pearson...
Overview In a movement that is sweeping through the Catholic Church, many people have adopted the practice of spending an hour a week worshipping Christ in the Blessed Sacrament. People who regularly participate in Eucharistic adoration testify to significant personal changes that they have experienced as a result of praying in the Lord's presence at the altar. In No Wonder They Call It the Real Presence, journalist David Pearson reports in a detailed interview the remarkable and inspiring stories of Catholics whose lives were transformed through their experience of Christ in Eucharistic adoration.
Publishers Description In a movement that is sweeping through the Catholic Church, many people have adopted the practice of spending an hour a week worshipping Christ in the Blessed Sacrament. People who regularly participate in Eucharistic adoration testify to significant personal changes that they have experienced as a result of praying in the Lord's presence at the altar. In No Wonder They Call It the Real Presence, journalist David Pearson reports in a detailed interview the remarkable and inspiring stories of Catholics whose lives were transformed through their experience of Christ in Eucharistic adoration.
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Studio: Charis Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.9" Width: 5.2" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Aug 5, 2002
Publisher Charis Books
ISBN 1569553246 ISBN13 9781569553244
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More About David Pearson
David Pearson is the Features Editor for the National Catholic Register, a weekly newspaper. He has been an editor or senior writer over the past fifteen years. David resides in North Branford, Connecticut.
David Pearson currently resides in North Branford, in the state of Connecticut.
Reviews - What do customers think about No Wonder They Call It the Real Presence: Lives Changed by Christ In Eucharistic Adoration?
Outstanding in Every Way! Sep 15, 2008
This is a wonderful book that recounts the testimony of several people who have had their lives changed by Eucharistic Adoration.
Whether you are a committed Adorer already or have never even heard of Adoration, this book will both entertain and amaze you and it will encourage you ever closer to Christ.
This book is very spiritually instructional while at the same time remaining entertaining and easy to read - you will learn about some of the deepest theology of the Church in a way that is easily understood and creates a longing within the reader to grow in faith and love of God.
I enjoyed every page of this book! It is an exceptional witness!
Testimonies Sep 2, 2008
A selection of personal testimonies to the graces received through eucharistic adoration, of individuals from diverse professional and intellectual backgrounds. Light reading - profound and lasting change experienced by all those interviewed.
Amazing book! May 24, 2006
This is an inspirational book that shows ordinary people whose lives are changed through Eucharistic Adoration.
Quite simply, EVERYONE should read this book.
"Renewal" in the Best Sense Oct 13, 2004
I was gratified to see this wonderful set of accounts of the practice of Adoration. The publisher says that this is "a movement sweeping the Catholic Church," but Adoration of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament of the Altar is a very old practice. What is new is that so many parishes are advocating the practice, some even 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to great spiritual effect among their people. (Dioceses which have Perpetual Adoration are noticing a great increase in quality vocations to the priesthood, some the Church desperately needs in these times.) This will inspire Catholics and inform Catholics and non-Catholics alike as to this powerful form of meditative prayer.
An Inspiring book May 26, 2003
This book is a series of interviews with 9 different people talking about their experiences in Eucharistic adoration. This is a powerful & well written book once I started reading it I didn't want to put the book down. These people showed how adoration has given them a stronger faith and a deeper love of Jesus. These are people from all walks of life and with different experiences, some are converts, some have suffered greatly, but they all tell about the peace they have found in christ through the eucharist. This book has inspired me to spend time every day in adoration. I recommend this book to anyone interested in a deeper prayer life.