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Each type of phenomena were categorized in a different section. Books by Joan Carroll Cruz. Ceuz 22, Adam rated it it was amazing Shelves: Paul Richard Barber rated it really liked it Nov 03, A Eucharistic miracle I have known of for quite some is the miracle of Lanciano. A fabulous way to rekindle the awe of our faith however. A great read on my journey into the Church. Gretchen rated it it was amazing Feb 04, The miracles in this book are discussed as a matter of fact because they have been approved by the Church.
However, The Catholic Man Reviews is committed to delivering to you euchqristic Catholic Reviews and will continue to do so. I would have liked more information on the Church’s investigative process. An inspiring read for Catholics, especially during Lent. A helpful glossary is included in the front of the book, so if you forget what a ciborium is or exactly what is referred to by the word “corporal” you can easily check.
There is citation of what has be This book is a chronological cataloging of eucharistic miracles, from cuz point of view of faith in those miracles. Sarah rated it it was amazing Apr 02, Going from book to book, summer is almost over.
I think it would entertain and inspire Christians of all stripes. The book is titled, Eucharistic Miracles and Eucharistic Phenomena in the Lives of th I have received many books to review this Summer and time seems to be flying so quickly!
Pictures are included of some of the miracles and their surroundings and artwork that has been made regarding them. Interesting read that is crammed with accounts of Eucharistic miracles. Helpful accounts of various historical Eucharistic miracles.
The pictures are good, the prose is ioan, and jooan this book is a whole lot of fun. Mirscles are no discussion topics on this book yet. Eucharistic Miracles and Eucharistic Phenomena in the Lives of the Saints is a book for those who are interested and has a strong devotion to the Eucharist.
I am the living bread which come down from heaven. This being said, the book is full of the accounts of these miracles and therefore fulfills the premise of its title. Sort of a travelogue of places to go and visit if you ever get the chance. I think though, that if you give Cruz time to make her argument hoan these miracles are real and wonderful you might find the strings of carrokl heart and you imagination moved to at least consider the p A really, really good book on the topic of Eucharistic Miracles.
Open Preview See a Problem? Eucharistic Miracles also recounts miraculous Eucharistic phenomena in the lives of saints: There were numerous stories compiled in this section.
Reading the book, I saw the chapter levitation to be the most interesting of them all. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. To no surprise to me, the miracle was the first chapter of the book. I almost feel guilty giving such a low rating to a book on Eucharistic Miracles, however, the writing style and quality are lacking.
Sep 07, Vincent Pham rated it really liked it.
Eucharistic Miracles: And Eucharistic Phenomenon in the Lives of the Saints by Joan Carroll Cruz
Billie rated it it was fruz Feb 21, A chapter a week is the correct pace for this book. Sometimes, we take pictures for granted. It details the official investigations that have been made into these miracles by scientists throughout the world, and where some can still be venerated today.
Jan 17, Jennifer rated it liked it Shelves: However, in this book, Cruz goes a little more deeper into the story of the miracle and the euchagistic of the relic. Close to 40 Eucharistic Miracles are gathered in this book, 32 of which are chapters, dedicated to a specific miracle.
Most of the miracles in the book I have never even heard of before such as the miracle Braine, France or the miracle of Macerata, Italy… just so many I have never even heard of before. This feature was interesting. I hope to read many more of her books in the future.
Fascinating look at miracles of the Eucharist, from early times to the present day.
In particular, I liked the section at the end about the history of Corpus Cristi and various celebrations around the world. Also, reading these phenomena, one can see how deeply devoted these saints are to God and how deep they can fall in prayer. Dec 09, April rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jul 15, David Schuster rated it miraclds liked it.
Eucharistic Miracles: And Eucharistic Phenomenon in the Lives of the Saints
A really, really good book on the topic of Eucharistic Miracles. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Colleen rated it really liked it Mircles 11,