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Open Preview See a Problem? This book is a chronological cataloging of eucharistic miracles, from the point of view of faith in those miracles.
Sisters of Carmel: Eucharistic Miracles by Joan Carroll Cruz
I think it would entertain and inspire Christians of all stripes. Eucharistic Miracles and Eucharistic Phenomena in the Lives of the Saints is a book for those who are interested and has a strong devotion to the Eucharist. The miracles in this book are discussed as a matter of fact because they have been approved by the Church.
From what I have read so far and looking through all of her titles, I just love how many of the books she wrote are all about miracles in the Catholic Church. She was perhaps best known for her writings on miraculous occurrences of faith which she compiled through meticulous research of foreign shrines, churches, convents and monasteries. I am the living bread which come down from heaven.
However, in this book, Cruz goes a little more deeper into the story of the miracle and the aftermath of the relic. This book tells of consecrated Hosts which have visibly turned to h On many occasions throughout the history of the Catholic Church, God has provided visible proof of the invisible reality of the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist.
Sep 07, Vincent Pham rated it really liked it. Fascinating look at miracles of the Eucharist, from early times to the present day.
A chapter a week is the correct pace for this book. There is citation of what has been done to test the miracles, but there is no apologetics or discussion of counter claims.
Scattered throughout the book are black and white images of the Eucharistic Relics themselves, some with close-up detail of the relics. About Joan Carroll Cruz. B course, the Eucharist itself is a miracle, so the book’s title is a little redundant.
Eucharistic Miracles: And Eucharistic Phenomenon in the Lives of the Saints
On many occasions throughout the history of the Catholic Church, God has provided visible proof of the invisible reality of the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist. A really, really good book on the topic of Eucharistic Miracles.
Jan 17, Jennifer rated it liked it Shelves: Vwadle rated it it was amazing Aug miraces, Alphonsus Liguori in two separate chapters with different words. I have an older edition of the book.
Helpful accounts of various historical Eucharistic miracles. I would have liked more information on the Church’s investigative process.
Books by Joan Carroll Cruz. Purchase the book here from TAN books: Joanna Schaper rated it it was amazing Jul 02, I had no idea there were so many.
Jun 27, Darroll rated it it was amazing. A helpful glossary is included in the front of the book, so if you forget what a ciborium is or exactly what is referred to by the word “corporal” you can easily check. Also featured are detailed black and white pictures eucharisttic the miracle.
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A fabulous way to rekindle the awe of our faith however. A great read on my journey into the Church. But to look at pictures of the relics, bring the story of the miracles to life.
Eucharistic Miracles: And Eucharistic Phenomenon in the Lives of the Saints by Joan Carroll Cruz
Colleen rated it really liked it Nov 11, It was gift from my step-son and it was a joy to read. The author does a good job of covering all aspects of Eucharistic miracles and related information. This was such sucharistic wonderful book for me. It is redundant and poorly organized. Eucharistic Miracles also recounts miraculous Eucharistic phenomena in the lives of saints: