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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.

Around The Table

Author: R. Scott Hurd
Publisher: Ave Maria Press
ISBN: 1594716560
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Award-winning author R. Scott Hurd employs the unique and imaginative stories of fourteen biblical characters who were close to Jesus—including Thomas, Barnabas, and Mary Magdalene—in order to help you know Christ better and to contemplate the mystery present in the Eucharist. The scriptures are filled with familiar and not-so-familiar references to the Eucharist—including the narratives of the Last Supper, Jesus calling himself the Bread of Life, and the accounts of the miracle of the loaves and fishes. In Around the Table, you will begin to better understand the mysteries of the Eucharist in a deeper way through the eyes of Thomas, who was with Jesus as he raised the widow’s son at Nain and Lazarus at Bethany. You will explore the Eucharist as a foretaste of heaven alongside Bartholomew in the upper room and the precious gift of forgiveness that the Eucharist brings with Matthew as he first meets Jesus at Capernaum. You will find courage to share the Good News in the powerful story of Mary Magdalene’s crushing sorrow and exuberant joy at the death and resurrection of Jesus. R. Scott Hurd, senior director for leadership formation at Catholic Charities USA, helps you discover the meaning of the sacrament through the help of stories about those who accompanied Jesus during his time on Earth. In each chapter, you’ll take the place of a specific friend, follower, or family member of Jesus in order to know him better, contemplate scripture, and deepen your understanding of the Eucharistic mystery we celebrate today. In addition to these scripture-inspired stories, Hurd provides you with tools to guide your reading: A biographical sketch of each biblical character Questions for journaling, contemplation, or conversation Scripture citations for reference and further reading A prayer to close each chapter Hurd incorporates the tradition of the Church and his own lifelong fascination with the Eucharist to help you come to a richer understanding and deeper gratitude for this tremendous gift by which we are healed, strengthened, renewed, and challenged to become the loving persons God has created us to be.

Everyone S Way Of The Cross

Author: Clarence Enzler
Publisher: Ave Maria Press
ISBN: 159471455X
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For almost fifty years, the simple, intimate, and powerful words of Clarence Enzler’s perennially bestselling Stations of the Cross booklet have invited readers to grow closer to Christ by embracing the mystery of suffering in the world. Beautiful, bold commissioned woodcuts by Annika Nelson and her mother Gertrud Mueller Nelson help us meditate on the passion and death of Christ and to see how Christ is among us—often in unexpected places. Also available in Spanish, the booklet is ideal for personal or parish-wide use during the Lenten observance of the Stations of the Cross.

A Heart On Fire

Author: James Kubicki S. J.
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ISBN: 9781594712876
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Rev. James Kubicki, S.J., national director of the Apostleship of Prayer, offers a lively introduction to one of the greatest Catholic devotionsthe Sacred Heart of Jesusshowing how the Heart of Christ can be a source of joyful transformation for contemp

Eucharistic Adoration

Author: Charles M. Murphy
Publisher: Ave Maria Press
ISBN: 1594713529
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As a creative prayer compendium, Eucharistic Adoration: Holy Hour Meditations on the Seven Last Words of Christ invites readers to spend a holy hour in eucharistic adoration while meditating on the seven last words of Jesus and shows them how to do it. Like many devotions that fell out of favor after the Second Vatican Council, eucharistic adoration has seen swelling popularity in recent years. Msgr. Charles Murphy, author of the acclaimed The Spirituality of Fasting, reintroduces this practice for today. Offering a simple guide for those new to eucharistic devotion, he brings together insightful holy hour meditations on the seven last words of Jesus with the profiles of seven modern Christians known for their devotion to the eucharist, including Simone Weil, Edith Stein, Dorothy Day, Blessed John XXIII, Blessed John Paul II, Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, and St. Margaret Mary Alacoque.

The Biblical Way Of The Cross

Author: Michael A. Dubruiel
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ISBN: 9780877935193
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This presentation is inspired by Pope John Paul II's scriptural way of the cross celebrated in Rome on Good Friday each year and are based on events in Scripture.

You Have Redeemed The World

Author: Andrew Gawrych
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ISBN: 9781594712623
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Blessed Basil Moreau, founder of the Congregation of Holy Cross, wrote Human life is like a great way of the cross. This way of the cross is everywhere and we travel it every day, even in spite of ourselves and without being aware of it. This booklet is written from the depths of that understanding. The fourteen traditional Stations of the Cross are presented through depictions of contemporary human lives as witnessed by members of Holy Cross religious communities in ministry around the world. Contributors include James Phalen, Joan Marie Steadman, Arthur J. Colgan, Peter Jarret, and Mary Kay Kinberger. Available in both English and Spanish.

Sacred Reading

Author: Apostleship of Prayer
Publisher: Ave Maria Press
ISBN: 1594717745
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This powerful and inspiring prayer book from the Apostleship of Prayer (The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network) engages readers with the daily scripture readings and introduces Catholics and other Christians to the traditional spiritual devotion known as the lectio divina, or "sacred reading," in a new way. Led in your daily journey by the international pontifical prayer ministry, you’ll use an accessible, six-step process inspired by Ignatian spirituality that will enhance your reading of scripture and provide you with practical applications that will change your heart and enrich your prayer life by making it a natural part of your day. Sacred Reading: The 2018 Guide to Daily Prayer guides you through the Church’s daily gospel readings, as well as readings for solemnities and feast days, asking you to know that God is present; read the gospel; notice what you think and feel; pray for yourself and others; listen to Jesus; and ask God to show you how to live today. Beginning with the first Sunday in Advent and continuing through the entire Church year, this book is a catalyst for an intimate encounter with Christ by reading, reflecting, praying, and responding to the Word of God in a way that is both familiar and fresh.

A Walk Of Mercy

Author: Fr Kevin James Finnegan
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781518799112
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A Walk of Mercy is a beautiful devotional stations of the cross inspired by the prayers of St. Faustina. Pulling from various Catholic Saints and writers the reflections create a moving devotional for personal use or in communal stations of the cross.