Friday, September 26, 2014

The ONE thing you need to nourish your faith

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.

Reading these pages will
stir the embers of your love
for the Eucharist into a bright
glowing flame.

Fr. John Kane — a holy priest who was
known for his devotion to the Eucharist —
will show you how to experience the Eucharist
as an inexhaustible source of grace, peace,
and comfort.

You'll also discover in these pages . . .
  • How to transform Communion into a dynamic encounter with Jesus
  • How Christ's Presence nourishes your soul even in ways beyond your understanding
  • Christ's secret work in your soul: how you can aid Him in His work through the Eucharist
  • Two obstacles to gaining spiritual fruit from Communion: how to recognize and overcome them
  • Why it's so important for you to spend time in thanksgiving after Communion
  • And much more that will help you know Christ in the Eucharist and love Him more than ever!
"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

Transforming Your Life
Through the Eucharist

by Fr. John A. Kane
176 pages - $14.95

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We all pray, but few of us pray well.  And although that's troubling, few of us have found a spiritual director capable of leading us further along the path of prayer.

Fr. Raoul Plus, S.J., is just such a director.  And reading this little book about the four types of prayer will be for you like hearing the voice of the wise and gentle counsellor you long for, but can't find: one who knows your soul well and understands its needs.

How can this be?

Well, the interior life is in most ways the same — and in lesser ways different — for each of us. The good director understands the ways it must always be the same, and allows for all the ways in which it will be different, uniquely our own.

By showing us in these pages the saints in prayer, their struggles and their insights, and by drawing on 2,000 years of Christian experience, Fr. Plus is here able to make his spiritual advice both concrete and universal: suited to each of us as if we were speaking with him face-to-face.

To read is not always to pray; but to read this book is to be led to the very threshold of prayer.


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