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Jesus Present Before Me: Meditations for Eucharistic Adoration
Through meditations, prayers and probing questions for reflection, Father Peter John Cameron, O.P., invites you to see beyond appearances and enter into the mystery and miracle of Jesus present in the Eucharist. “You were made for this presence,” Father Cameron says. Jesus, Present Before Me includes thirty separate Eucharistic meditations, Eucharistic reflections on the t ...more
Leather Bound, 160 pages
Published June 17th 2008 by Servant
(first published June 1st 2008)
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I've recently become a reviewer for the Catholic Company, a Catholic bookstore. My first book for them is entitled Jesus, Present Before Me. As the name implies, it is a series of mediations for Eucharist Adoration--30 of them to be specific. The author wrote them to be used on that day of the month, but since I don't go to adoration that often, that's not the way I've been using it. As you can see, each day's mediation starts with a Scripture quote and is followed by a meditation that may qu ...more
Contains 30 days of reflections all centered around the Eucharistic Presence. It is designed to be used as one per day of the month which seems to work best for me, although sometimes I've gotten a bit greedy and read a few extra. Each reflection begins with a selection from Scripture, the meditation text, some questions to ponder and a short prayer. At the back of the book are some beautiful rosary and Stations of the Cross reflections. One of my favorite books for Adoration.
Fr. Peter John Cameron, O.P., (Playwright, Director) holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in playwriting from the Catholic University of America. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild and is the author of more than a dozen plays. His first play, Full of Grace, received the David Lloyd Kreeger Creativity Award and was performed in showcase at the Kennedy Center in 1988. Fr. Cameron's play about the ...moreMore about Peter John Cameron...