After reading Bishop Barron's book "This is my Body" and being sorely disappointed in it, I want to share twenty books that I personally think are more helpful in the area of the Eucharist. This also is very important as our Communistic and Godless government has begun restarting the "COVID" hype all over again. Have we learned from the past three years, or are we still dumb enough to follow the fear tactics and put the Most Holy Eucharist as a "non-essential" again?? Time will tell. For the moment, those who are readers are invited to join me in reading these great books on the topic of the Eucharist and better educate ourselves. That way, we will not be held accountable for whatever new Eucharistic abuses that will come up, especially with the revamped "COVID" scare.
There are so many good books in varying depth and size on the Eucharist. But let us never forget that it is not just what we read about the Eucharist that counts, but it is how we TREAT Him. Do not forget the reverence owed to He Who Is.
Jacinta considers herself a Catholic revert. She's written for The Remnant Newspaper and is currently studying Catholic Theology at the New Saint Thomas Institute. She writes sporadically on "The Faithful Pew Blog" and enjoys attending The Latin Mass, spending time in Adoration chapels and praying in front of abortion clinics. Her books, "Catholic Modesty: What It Is, What It Isn't, and Why It's Still Important"and "A Holy Hour for the Unborn" are available on Amazon.