The History of Eucharistic Adoration: Development of Doctrine in the Catholic Church
CMJ Publishers and Distrib., 1997 - 32 pages
A beautiful explanation of the basic truths of Eucharistic Adoration and the tradition promoting its practice ranging from apostolic times to the present, with John Paul II's expressed desire for Eucharistic Adoration in every parish.
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Middle Ages to the Council of Trent
Why Development of Eucharistic Doctrine
Grace through the Humanity of Christ
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