Catholics and the Eucharist: A Scriptural Introduction

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Charis, 2000 - Religion - 274 pages
Catholics and the Eucharist offers a biblical explanation of the Eucharist that will expand readers' understanding of the sacrament and help them participate more fully in the Mass. In popular theological language, Stephen B. Clark explains the Vatican Council's teaching that the liturgy is the summit of the church's activity and the fount of its power. Using Scripture, the documents of Vatican II, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the writings of the Fathers and scholarship through the ages, the author provides a masterful and readable introduction to the meaning of the Eucharist. Each chapter closes with an inspirational meditation to help readers appropriate its message.

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