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Stations Of The Cross With The Eucharistic Heart Of Jesus

Author: Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network
Publisher: Ave Maria Press
ISBN: 1594716390
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This personal Way of the Cross from the Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network beautifully expresses the deep connection between the Eucharist and the Cross. At each of the fourteen stations, readers are encouraged to offer themselves to the Sacred Heart of Jesus by uniting their sufferings with his in the Eucharist. The spirituality of the Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network comes to life in meditations on the classic Catholic Lenten devotion, the Stations of the Cross. Recalling the dramatic events of Jesus’ passion and death helps readers enter more fully into the celebration of the Mass that makes these events present in a real way. Focusing on the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the stations affirm how he gave up his body—his very heart—out of love for all. Originally written by Rev. Will Prospero, S.J. (1965-2014), and edited by Rev. James Kubicki, S.J., former national director of the Apostleship of Prayer (now the Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network), these stations are already beloved by followers of the ministry. Stations of the Cross with the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus is beautifully illustrated with artwork of the Stations of the Cross located in the School Sisters of St. Francis’s St. Joseph Chapel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Catholic Cults And Devotions

Author: Michael P. Carroll
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 9780773506930
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Imagine a heart which has been ripped from a man's body, wrapped with thorns, pierced with a knife, and then placed on the man's chest; or a group of people who believe that wearing a small rectangle of wool next to their skin ensures that they will go to heaven - as long as it is brown wool and worn continuously. Although psychoanalysts have long investigated similar ideas and beliefs, they have ignored popular Catholicism, even though behaviour such as this occurs over and over again in the history of Catholic cults and devotions.

The Chinese Face Of Jesus Christ

Author: Roman Malek
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351545671
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This volume provides an annotated bibliography of the Western and Chinese literature on Jesus Christ in China. It is a sequel to the interdisciplinary collection on the manifold faces and images of Jesus throughout Chinese history, from the Tang dynasty (618?907) to the present time.The present bibliography broadens and deepens the above-mentioned subject matter, and also points out aspects which have been addressed in the contributions and anthologies of the previous volumes of The Chinese Face of Jesus Christ, but which have not been treated thoroughly. Another aim of this bibliography is to initiate and enable further research, particularly in China. It includes bibliographical data from the beginning of the introduction of Christianity to China until the year 2013, occasionally also until 2014. A list of ?Key References? enables the reader to identify important works on main topics related to Jesus Christ in China. Some examples of book covers and title pages are included in the section of ?Illustrations.?Other volumes of the collection The Chinese Face of Jesus Christ are in preparation: Vol. 3c will present longer quotations from the sources listed in the present bibliography, Vol. 4b will contain a general index with glossary, and Vol. 5 will deal with the iconography of Jesus Christ in China.

A Pocket Manual Of Anglo Catholic Devotion

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Publisher: Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd
ISBN: 9781853115301
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A daily prayer companion for the many Christians who would describe themselves as Anglo-Catholic (and who comprise one-third of the Church of England), this is a complete resource with orders of morning, midday, evening and night prayer. It also provides variations for the liturgical seasons, holy days, festivals, initiation and healing, prayers for the rosary and Station of the Cross and prayers in preparation for the Eucharist. A portable, abridged version of the daily devotional companion, it contains the full text of the larger volume apart from the Psalms and Canticles, the optional Eucharist prayers and the longer daily readings. Ideal for travellers or as a confirmation gift.

Mane Nobiscum Domine

Author: Johannes Paul II. (Papst)
Publisher:
ISBN: 9783717111276
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Die Eucharistie ist das größte Geschenk Jesu an seine Kirche, weil er sich in ihr selbst, persönlich schenkt. Die Eucharistie ist der lebendige Jesus Christus, auch wenn er im Brot und im Wein des Sakraments gegenwärtig ist. Jesus liebte die Seinen bis zum Ende und schenkte sich uns als Speise, damit er unter uns bleibt und sich mit uns auf eine einzigartige und innige Weise vereint. Das Opfer Christi erneuert sich auf dem Altar und es handelt sich dabei nicht nur um ein Gedenken, sondern es ist die Darstellung dieses heilbringenden Ereignisses im Sakrament. Die Eucharistie als Quelle des Friedens, der Solidarität und der Gemeinschaft entdecken und feiern - das ist es, was Papst Johannes Paul II. mit dem Jahr der Eucharistie und mit diesem Apostolischen Schreiben erreichen möchte. Die Eucharistie als Feier der realen Präsenz Christi ist Quelle und Höhepunkt des kirchlichen Lebens, betont Johannes Paul II. Er ruft die Diözesen und Pfarreien auf, mit verschiedenen Aktivitäten und Initiativen diese zentrale Bedeutung der Eucharistie für das Christentum wieder ins Bewusstsein zu rufen. Dazu gehörten etwa die würdige Feier der Heiligen Messe und die Wiederentdeckung der eucharistischen Anbetung. Vor allem Kinder und Jugendliche sollten zum vermehrten Besuch der Sonntagsmesse animiert werden.

My Daily Prayers

Author: Catholic Way Publishing
Publisher: Catholic Way Publishing
ISBN: 1783790296
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MY DAILY PRAYERS CATHOLIC WAY PUBLISHING Prayer is the life and happiness of the soul. Prayer elevates the soul to an intimate conversation with our Father and Mother, Jesus and Mary through the Holy Spirit. It is an elevation of the material to the supernatural. Prayer nourishes the soul with life giving faith, hope and love. My Daily Prayers includes the following classic and modern Catholic Prayers and Devotions for making Catholics into Saints! — Holy Images of Jesus, Mary and the Saints — Image of Jesus in Eucharistic Adoration! — The Holy Rosary Meditations, Scripture Readings and Images — Stations of the Cross, Scripture Readings and Images — The Divine Mercy, Chaplet and Nine Day Novena — Over 40 Prayers and Novenas for all occasions — 12 Litanies and Hymns — Over 100 Meditations, Maxims and Admonishments by the Saints! — Spiritual Guides for advancement in the Spiritual Life — 100 Christian Doctrine Drills on all aspects of Catholic Life Publisher: Available in Paperback: ISBN-13: 978-1-78379-027-2 Note: This E-Book includes a main Index with NCX Navigation and Nine Table of Contents for each section. All Prayers and Sections are linked. Welcome to the Catholic Way Publishing Prayer Book, My Daily Prayers. This practical prayer book is made up of the most beautiful and fruitful Catholic Prayers and Devotions. Quite a few of these prayers are dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, our Mother, who then passes on what we say in our hearts, cleansing it of any self-love, to Jesus! The Rosary is the most powerful prayer in Christendom. With the Rosary, we meditate on the whole spectrum of Scripture, the whole life of Our Lord Jesus Christ. The Rosary is the weapon that will defeat satan and his army. If there is but one prayer you will say every day, make it the Rosary! Included are meditations on the decades of the Rosary. The Divine Mercy Chaplet of Saint Faustina and the Stations of the Cross are wonderful ways to meditate on the saving love of Jesus Christ. Included are meditations, images and Scripture readings. There are Litanies and Hymns to pray and sing along to for joyful occasions! You can read the Meditations, Maxims and Admonishments from the Saints throughout the ages for solid advice and spiritual advancement. Included are Spiritual Guides on certain important devotions and nearly 100 Christian Lists, like the Sacraments, the Commandments and precepts of the Church. There are Holy Images of Jesus and Mary and some Saints for meditating on. There is a photograph of Jesus, exposed live in the Eucharist state of Adoration! It is a wonderful way to become closer to Jesus and Mary by meditating on God! PUBLISHER: CATHOLIC WAY PUBLISHING

Dictionary Of Catholic Devotions

Author: Michael J. Walsh
Publisher: Harpercollins
ISBN:
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An alphabetical reference to over 1,200 devotional objects, saints, titles, and practices in the Roman Catholic Church, past and present. While Mass is the central act of Roman Catholic worship, Catholics have also performed many other acts of devotion since the early days of the Church. This dictionary is a comprehensive catalog of Catholic devotional practices, titles, saints, shrines, and confraternities, with explanations of their history and meaning.

Benedictus

Author: Anne E. O?Neill
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465364102
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Benedictus is a love story of both divine and human dimensions. The story of the nun is also the story of Joseph, her psychologist. It was a labyrinthian path that brought the two together in a surprising and courageous love that changed both their lives. Twenty years of conflict over her vocation had taken Sister Anne into a void whose depths of darkness became what she called a place of Nothing. She always believed that someone would come to help her and someone did but not as she had imagined and not in a way that the world would easily accept. It would take someone like Joseph, who was willing to risk all things professionally and personally, to pull her out of that void. Sister Annes risk was no less; she had to hold on and meet him every step of the way. No door would be left unopened, sparing her nothing. She walked through them all, and when the last door closed behind her, Sister Anne knew a choice had to be made.