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No Wonder They Call It the Real Presence: Lives Changed by Christ in Eucharistic Adoration

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Many Catholics spend time in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament. David Pearson reports in a detailed interview the remarkable and inspiring stories of Catholics whose lives were transformed through their experience of Christ in Eucharistic adoration. A Servant Book.
Paperback, 175 pages
Published August 5th 2002 by Servant (first published August 2002)
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David Pearson set out to write a book about Eucharistic theology, history and apologetics, with a few quotes from Catholics who had a decent handle on Eucharistic devotion. After he started interviewing people, he became so caught up in their stories, he changed the plan and devoted the entire book to nine individuals and how their lives have been forever changed through Eucharistic adoration. Powerful and moving testimony. I read it in a little over a 24 hour period, even with all the other thi ...more
Maura
Aug 21, 2009 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: anyone who is trying to find the passion in their faith
Great book. I have given it to my mother and sister to read. It is short but contains 9 interviews from people who have had profound changes in their lives with participating in Eucharistic Adoration.
Linda
Feb 24, 2010 rated it liked it
the format of one interview after another is tiring after awhile, but the interviewees seem very authentic.
Julie Davis
Jul 02, 2010 rated it really liked it
When I was a new Catholic and confuzzled by just what Eucharistic Adoration was (how do you do it? what happens? what's the point?), this is the book I read.

Nothing can nail down the answers until you actually practice some adoration yourself, but this book is the next best thing. It inspired me to try it, gave me a comfort level with the idea, and was just what I needed.

Highly recommended to those in similar straits.
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David Pearson is an architect-planner who has been actively involved in inner city and new town housing for most of his working life, and with the Gaia movement (inspired by the view of the Earth as a living planet) for several years. Widely travelled, and with degrees from both University of London and University of California, he is Director of the eco and health consultancy Gaia Environments, a ...more
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