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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 92

Publisher: Veritas

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Sacrament of Love

by Stephen Redmond

$8.87

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It is my hope that this book will convey something of the continuity of the crowning act of providence, something of that witnessing, appreciation and love. So says Fr Stephen Redmond in the foreword to this book, wherein he tenderly and lovingly recalls some of the great statements that have been written down through history about the Eucharist, the great sacrament of love. Retelling in his own words passages from some of the great Christian saints and figures - and one star of stage and screen! Fr Redmond displays his own gift for verse in his reworkings, making this book a loving testament to his own devotion to the Eucharist and a wonderful aid to anyone’s contemplation of the mystery of the Eucharist.


We’re called to live in God in heaven

to get there special help is given

we call it Eucharist

which means a lovely Gift

for that is what Christ is.

Saint Thomas Aquinas

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