This is My Body: A Call to Eucharistic Revival

Bishop Robert Barron

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Many Catholics do not believe in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. This indicates a spiritual disaster in the Church. “This Is My Body: A Call to Eucharistic Revival” from Bishop Robert Barron is designed to accompany renewal of devotion to Christ truly present in the Eucharist.

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A recent Pew Forum survey revealed the startling statistic that 69% of US Catholics do not believe in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist, and the state of belief in the UK, as outlined by Professor Stephen Bullivant in the foreword to this UK edition, is not dissimilar.

This indicates a spiritual disaster in the Church, for the Eucharist is “the source and summit of the Christian life.” This Is My Body: A Call to Eucharistic Revival is designed to accompany renewal of devotion to Christ truly present in the Eucharist. In this brief but illuminating text, Bishop Barron offers a threefold analysis of the Eucharist as sacred meal, sacrifice, and Real Presence, helping readers to understand the sacrament of Jesus’s Body and Blood more thoroughly so that they might fall in love with him more completely.

Discover the profound truth flowing out of Jesus’s words at the Last Supper: “Take, eat; this is my body. . . . Drink from it, all of you; for this is my blood of the covenant.

Endorsements

“Robert Barron is a great teacher of the Church and a gifted biblical commentator who breaks open the Word of God for our day as Ambrose and Augustine did for theirs.”

(George Weigel, Ethics and Public Policy Centre)

“One element of Bishop Barron’s appeal is that he’s so reasonable. He probably incarnates the classic Catholic synthesis between faith and reason more thoroughly and overtly than virtually any other living figure.”

(John Allen Jr., bestselling author and Vatican journalist)

“Bishop Robert Barron is arguably the greatest Catholic communicator of our times.”

(Arthur Brooks, Professor of the Practice of Public Leadership, Harvard University)

Product details

Weight 0.200 kg
Dimensions 127 × 178 mm
Author

Subtitle A Call to Eucharistic Revival
Product Format Paperback
Pages 128
Publication Date 2024-01-08