El Misterio de la Fe: Meditaciones sobre la Eucaristia, The Mystery of Faith: Meditations on the Eucharist
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Vendor: Paraclete Press
Publication Date: 2010
Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.38 (inches)
Availability: Expected to ship on or about 04/25/15.
The Mystery of Faith: Meditations on the EucharistTadeusz DajczerParaclete Press / 2010 / Hardcover$16.19 Retail:
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With this profound little book, you will discover how to live the Eucharist.
First appearing in its original Polish in late 2007, The Mystery of Faith has quickly sold through six printings in Poland. Now available in England, and soon to be published in German, Russian, and Lithuanian, The Mystery of Faith is impacting Catholic spirituality all over the world.
The Eucharist isfor most of usthe undiscovered land, the unknown world. We want to live the Eucharist, not just go to Mass, and now comes a clear and compassionate voice of encouragement:
"Set your foot on the undiscovered land, take the first, second and third step and Hell lead you on. He, your God, who by rising from the dead has overcome all obstacles, now wants to introduce you to this stunning truth thats regularly occurring on our altars."
The Reverend Tadeusz Dajczer is a Polish priest and the author of The Gift of Faith (known also as Enquiring Faith), which has been published in 102 editions all over the world since 1992, translated into twenty-eight languages, with more than 160,000 copies sold. Japanese and Bikol translations are in preparation, now. Fr. Dajczer graduated from the theological faculty in Warsaw. Later he studied at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome where he received his DD. For many years he worked as a professor at the Academy of Catholic Theology and the University of Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski in Warsaw. In 1994, he received the professors title of theological sciences from the President of Poland.
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