Eucharistic Miracles

Eucharistic Miracles The story of major Eucharistic Miracles from Lanciano Italy in to Stich Bavaria in Details the official investigations Tells where some are still venerated today Covers Hosts that have b

  • Title: Eucharistic Miracles
  • Author: Joan Carroll Cruz
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The story of 36 major Eucharistic Miracles from Lanciano, Italy in 800 to Stich, Bavaria in 1970 Details the official investigations Tells where some are still venerated today Covers Hosts that have bled, turned to flesh, levitated, etc plus, of Saints who have lived on the Eucharist alone Reinforces the Church s doctrine of the Real Presence of Jesus in the BlessedThe story of 36 major Eucharistic Miracles from Lanciano, Italy in 800 to Stich, Bavaria in 1970 Details the official investigations Tells where some are still venerated today Covers Hosts that have bled, turned to flesh, levitated, etc plus, of Saints who have lived on the Eucharist alone Reinforces the Church s doctrine of the Real Presence of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament like no other book Impr 305 pgs, PB

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    1. I'm so amazed at how people can say that, even after all these miracles, Jesus isn't present in the Holy Eucharist. I didn't need any of these miracles to prove to me that He's present in the Eucharist. I believed without seeing. "Blessed are they who haven't seen and yet believe."I never read this book, but I will relate stories I have heard in my lifetime:A young priest who didn't believe God was truly present in the Eucharist went to give communion to a sick child. Throwing it into his' praye [...]

    2. Anyone who has doubts of the true presence of Jesus in the Eucharist must read this book. There have been so many miracles throughout the centuries that no one should doubt the words of Jesus, "This is the bread of heaven; that if any man eat of it, he may not die. I am the living bread which come down from heaven. If any man eat of this bread, he shall love forever; and the bread that I will give, is my flesh, for the life of the world." Jn 6:50-52

    3. Fascinating miracles. I had no idea there were so many. Of course, the Eucharist itself is a miracle, so the book's title is a little redundant. I really enjoyed the historical aspect of the book. In particular, I liked the section at the end about the history of Corpus Cristi and various celebrations around the world.

    4. This book is simply written and to the point but the stories and information in the book are amazing. The author does a good job of covering all aspects of Eucharistic miracles and related information.

    5. This was such a wonderful book for me. I believe I got a very old water marked copy that was at Murray Hill Theatre in Jaxsonville, Fl. We (the band) used to play there a lot and I must have asked for the copy. A great read on my journey into the Church.

    6. Interesting short stories of the role that the Eucharistic service has performed in the history of the Catholic Church. It was gift from my step-son and it was a joy to read. Highly recommend it.

    7. As a Catholic, this book is FULL of incredible miracles to amaze and strengthen my personal faith in the Eucharist. For a non-Catholic, I think the stories are almost too concise to really grasp the entirety of each situation. Some of the photos are drawings and others are difficult to make out the powerful details that truly make the miracles. A fabulous way to rekindle the awe of our faith however.

    8. She needed a really good editor. It is redundant and poorly organized. A chapter a week is the correct pace for this book. Once you have read the first chapter, you have read the best of it.

    9. Fascinating look at miracles of the Eucharist, from early times to the present day. An inspiring read for Catholics, especially during Lent.

    10. A compendium of awesome stuff that God has done associated with the Eucharist. Childish writing takes off a star.

    11. Short, sweet, and to the point stories of various miracles and phenomenon related to the Eucharist. Efficacious means of increasing faith.

    12. I have received many books to review this Summer and time seems to be flying so quickly! Going from book to book, summer is almost over. However, The Catholic Man Reviews is committed to delivering to you quality Catholic Reviews and will continue to do so.TAN Books kindly sent me a copy of one of their books which I have always wanted to read but couldn’t find a copy of it in any Toronto Public Library branch. The book is titled, Eucharistic Miracles and Eucharistic Phenomena in the Lives of [...]

    13. I almost feel guilty giving such a low rating to a book on Eucharistic Miracles, however, the writing style and quality are lacking. I recommend the book because the Miracles speak for themselves and are amazing but be prepared to be frustrated by missing information (ie - « it is believed that the privilege continues to the present day »at should be pretty easy to find out, right?) and inconsistencies (she has the same quote by St. Alphonsus Liguori in two separate chapters with different w [...]

    14. A really, really good book on the topic of Eucharistic Miracles. Sort of a travelogue of places to go and visit if you ever get the chance. The book isn't necessarily theologically complex, and the topic might seem a little bit cheesy to the more sophisticated among us -- well, at least at first. I think though, that if you give Cruz time to make her argument (that these miracles are real and wonderful) you might find the strings of your heart and you imagination moved to at least consider the p [...]

    15. This book is a chronological cataloging of eucharistic miracles, from the point of view of faith in those miracles. Concisely and clearly written. Pictures are included of some of the miracles and their surroundings and artwork that has been made regarding them. All pictures are in black and white. 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.There is citation of what has be [...]

    16. Interesting read that is crammed with accounts of Eucharistic miracles.The miracles in this book are discussed as a matter of fact because they have been approved by the Church. I would have liked more information on the Church's investigative process. This being said, the book is full of the accounts of these miracles and therefore fulfills the premise of its title. Would recommend this read for all those interested in the subject matter.

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