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Publisher: Veritas

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Maelstrom of Love

by Oliver Treanor

€22.99

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The Eucharist is not just one sacrament among seven but the source and summit of the other six. In this book, Oliver Treanor examines the dynamic relationship between the Eucharist and the others, its primacy and centrality in the magnificent sacramental infrastructure of the Catholic Church that undergirds the life of the faithful and makes possible the true worship of God that Christ desired.

This important and compelling study asks what precisely God is doing in the sacraments through the Eucharist and why our knowledge of Christ and the Church, of the Holy Spirit, and of divine revelation and of salvation as unity depends on the idea of sacrament and on the Eucharistic reality, without which Christianity itself would be rendered meaningless and ineffective.

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