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Heart of the Christian life

thoughts on the Holy Mass

Published by Ignatius Press in San Francisco .
Written in English.

About the Edition

"The celebration of the Eucharist, in which Jesus Christ becomes present, is the center of the Catholic faith. This volume brings together substantive texts of the Holy Father on the many aspects and dimensions of the Mass and the Mystery of the Eucharist, a rich source for every Christian and a spur to reflection and personal prayer. Delivered in addresses and homilies to a wide variety of audiences, these reflections reveal the depth and breadth of Pope Benedict XVI's profound and life-long lover for the Holy Eucharist..."--Dust jacket.

Table of Contents

The bread of life
Without Sunday, we cannot live
Mary, the Eucharistic woman
In the hour of Jesus
The wine of true love
The Eucharist as the way to holiness
Jesus Christ: Incarnate love of God
Friends of Jesus Christ
The hope of the grain of wheat
The Church as a Eucharistic community
God is not far from us
Sacrament of the life of God
Eucharist: Source and school of love
The passion of Jesus
The gift of the self-dedication of Christ
The soul of Sunday
To stand before You and to serve.

Edition Notes

Originally published: Augsburg, Germany : Sankt Ulrich Verlag, 2008.

Includes bibliographical references.

Translated from the German.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
264/.02036
Library of Congress
BX2230.3 .B4613 2010

The Physical Object

Pagination
117 p. ;
Number of pages
117

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24492082M
Internet Archive
heartofchristian0000bene
ISBN 13
9781586174323
LC Control Number
2009935081
OCLC/WorldCat
515535035
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