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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 194

Publisher: Veritas

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The Breaking of Bread

by Cardinal Cahal Daly

$14.58

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There are many passages in the Bible which refer, directly or indirectly, to the Eucharist. Such passages are found in the Old Testament as well as in the New. Indeed, there is a fundamental unity between both Testaments: both have Jesus Christ at their centre, and, therefore, both have Eucharist at their centre.


The Breaking of the Bread: Biblical Reflections on the Eucharist explores the Eucharist theme in both testaments. The purpose of this book is to be an aid in deepening our Eucharistic faith and nourishing our Eucharistic devotion. It is not intended primarily as a theological study, but rather as a book for meditation and prayer. Humbly, this book aims to be a work of biblical theology on its knee.

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