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Author: Daniel Guernsey
ISBN: 089870670X
Pages: 250 pages
Publisher: Ignatius Press; First edition (March 1, 1999)
Language: English
Category: Churches & Church Leadership
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e-Book Adoration: Eucharistic Texts and Prayers Throughout Church History epub download

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Eucharistic adoration is a Eucharistic practice in the Roman Catholic, Anglo-Catholic and some Lutheran traditions, in which the Blessed Sacrament is adored by the faithful

Eucharistic adoration is a Eucharistic practice in the Roman Catholic, Anglo-Catholic and some Lutheran traditions, in which the Blessed Sacrament is adored by the faithful. This practice may occur either when the Eucharist is exposed, or when it is not publicly viewable because it is reserved in a place such as a church tabernacle

Eucharistic adoration of the Catholic Church. a standard practice throughout the ancient churches, even those which do not practice extra-liturgical Eucharistic adoration.

Eucharistic adoration of the Catholic Church. Solar monstrance of the Eucharist. Eucharistic adoration is a practice in the Roman Catholic, Anglo-Catholic and some Lutheran traditions, in which the Blessed Sacrament is adored by the faithful  .

Eucharistic adoration

Eucharistic adoration. The Eucharist displayed in a monstrance, flanked by candles being adored by a kneeling altar server Adoration is a sign of devotion to and worship of Jesus Christ, who is believed by Catholics to be present Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity, under the appearance of the consecrated host, in the form of hosts, that is, consecrated altar bread. practice throughout the ancient churches, even those which do not practice extra-liturgical eucharistic adoration.

Eucharistic prayers are frequently narrow in scope and modern in style. By contrast, A Prayer Book for Eucharistic Adoration spans nearly 2,000 years of Eucharistic prayer tradition. Solidly rooted in Scripture, this book includes an extensive collection of Eucharistic adoration prayers, such as prayers at Mass, Marian prayers, prayers of the saints, novenas, litanies, and more

Prayer before Communion. Here Comes The Catholic Church: Triumphant, Militant, and Suffering unto the end of time; always holy, and always in need of purification

Prayer before Communion. From the book "Adoration: Eucharistic Texts and Prayers throughout Church History". Catholic Prayers Catholic Bible Catholic Religion Catholic Saints Roman Catholic Catholic Mass Catholic Churches Les Religions Divine Mercy. Here Comes The Catholic Church: Triumphant, Militant, and Suffering unto the end of time; always holy, and always in need of purification. At a time when we've become a "nation of heretics" (HT: Ross Douthat) where anybody can think they're Caholic, just because they "go to church," it is important to ask "Who is Jesus Christ, and what do we mean by "Church"?"

This classic collection offers rich meditation material before the Blessed Sacrament, providing prayerful souls with insights gleaned from the wealth of Church teaching and tradition. The selections are drawn from a variety of sources and times. They come from the Old and New Testaments, the Church Fathers, great saints, popes, councils, traditional prayers. These prayers and meditations offer a rich view of the Eucharist, and their unique perspectives are intended to aid us in our understanding, appreciation and worship of this Sacrament of Sacraments.
Funky
If I had to review this book in one word, it would be this: "Wow!". My longer review title comes from Archbishop Fulton Sheen, who called Eucharistic Adoration the "hour of power". That said, I am a convert, and for a long time had no idea what Adoration was or what people meant by talking about it. It's also called the Blessed Sacrament. What it refers to is the exposition of the Host in a monstrance, which looks like a metal sun. It's called Eucharistic Adoration, "Eucharist" meaning "Thanksgiving" because the taking of the Body and Blood, the Eucharist, is the center of the Mass.

I had no idea, however, that this practice went so far back in the history of the Church. This book begins with Scripture passages, then proceeds to early Church Fathers, including Ignatius of Antioch, Justin Martyr, and Saint Athanasius. Usually to read these authors you have to wade through deep textbooks or find translations from the Latin or Greek. What they wrote is eye-opening, and very convincing. It's enough to shake one out of modernist torpor or post-modernist stupor. Since the Church continues the history of salvation, rather than breaks from it, there is a bit on "The Eucharist Prefigured in the Old Testament".

Nearly everyone you can name in Church History participated in, and recommends, Adoration, from St. Francis to Cardinal Newman to Mother Theresa (now Saint). There are Eucharistic texts from St. Augustine to Pope John Paul II (now Saint), as well as from Vatican II and the Catechism of the Catholic Church. There's a long section of prayers, as well as "classic Catholic prayers". The section "Exposition and Benediction" includes both the Latin and English songs associated with Adoration.

There are endnotes in the back, which give the references for all the quotes, but I would prefer they were printed along with the text, especially for the passages of Scripture. It would also be helpful if someone like Father Benedict Groeschel, who writes a blurb on the back of the book, could write an introduction at the front of it. Lacking that sort of initial invitation, this book is mainly an editing job, compiling from the ages all the relevant passages. Well, not all. in the author's (compiler's) words, these 250 pages are "not even remotely exhaustive of the inspirational and beautiful eucharistic texts the Church possesses". All I can say is "Wow!"
Bloodfire
Because this book really helps my holy hour be more fruitful. I saw it at the place where I usually make a holy hour and had to purchase it. Thank you for publish- ing such a wonderful book!
Auau
This has a great collection of Texts and Prayers; regrettably some of the Texts are incomplete.
This leaves one unsatisfied.
Valawye
This is a beautiful prayer book containing many prayers and meditations on the Eucharist. Also contains the text for Expositon and Benediction. Selections are drawn from a variety of sources and times.
If you're seeking to enhance your time spent before the Blessed Sacrament, this book is a must have.
Anarasida
Good book.
Tojahn
This is an amazing compilation on the Eucharist from many Dr.s of the Church as well as saints, in the recognition and love of the Holy Eucharist. The readings are only a few pages each, so good meditation material. Also a great way to connect all the way back to the first generations of Christians and their firm belief in the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ.

I highly recommend this!