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Every time that we make our Communion, every time that we are present at the offering of the sacrifice, every time that we visit the reserved Sacrament, we are met by a challenge. It is the challenge of our Lord, who recalls our minds to what He is and what He has done

The Eucharistic sacrifice. by. Stone, Darwell, 1859-1941.

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Title: Eucharistic Sacrifice By: Darwell Stone Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 88 Vendor: Wipf & Stock. Publication Date: 2006 Dimensions: . 2 X . 8 X . 3 (inches) ISBN: 1597529710 ISBN-13: 9781597529716 Stock No: WW529712. ▲. Have a question about this product? Ask us here. Find Related Products.

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See the Best Books of the Month Looking for something great to read? . This is a solid Catholic doctrine regarding the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. It is a fine new look at traditional Catholic Eucharistic theology geared to the eager and fervent Catholic priest and lay person.

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Darwell Stone (1859-1941) was an Anglican priest and theologian, educated at Merton College, Oxford University. A leader in the Anglo-Catholic Movement, he was principal of Dorchester Missionary College before becoming principal of Pusey House, Oxford. He is the author of 'Holy Baptism,' 'Outlines of Christian Dogma,' 'The Christian Church, 'Eucharistic Sacrifice,' and 'The Reserved Sacrament. Библиографические данные.

In it, Stone addresses the theological interconnections of Sacrifice, Resurrection, and Eucharist

In it, Stone addresses the theological interconnections of Sacrifice, Resurrection, and Eucharist. This great work by Stone, then Principal of Pusey House at Oxford University, is a compilation of six sermons preached by him at St. Paul’s Church, Knightsbridge, and St. Barnabas’ Church, Oxford, during the season of Lent in 1919. In it, Stone addresses the theological interconnections of Sacrifice, Resurrection, and Eucharist. He begins first with the sacrificial system of Old Testament, and even addresses Pagan sacrificial characteristics.

The Eucharistic Sacrifice. 0,99 USD. Darwell Stone Collection The Eucharistic Sacrifice. This volume contains six sermons delivered during Lent of 1919 at St. Paul's Church (Knightsbridge) and at St. Barnabas's Church (Oxford). Darwell Stone D. D. These six sermons were preached during Lent, 1919, at St. Paul’s Church, Knightsbridge, and, with slight variations, at St. Barnabas’s Church, Oxford. Darwell Stone Collection. Every time that we make our Communion, every time that we are present at the offering of the sacrifice, every time that we visit the reserved Sacrament, we are met by a challenge.

This volume contains six sermons delivered during Lent of 1919 at St. Paul's Church (Knightsbridge) and at St. Barnabas's Church (Oxford). Every time that we make our Communion, every time that we are present at the offering of the sacrifice, every time that we visit the reserved Sacrament, we are met by a challenge. It is the challenge of our Lord, who recalls our minds to what He is and what He has done. There is before us the memorial which is at once the reminder to ourselves and the presentation to God the Father, the memorial of the human life of God the Son. We see the stainlessness of His purity, the completeness of His holiness, the greatness of His self-sacrifice. By our Communion we claim that, as we plead all this before the Father, so also we receive it into ourselves. We are the Christ-bearers, filled with the power of His life, able, if only we will use that power, to reproduce its splendour. And the supreme triumph of the Christ of the Eucharist is as He conforms our lives to HIm. --from chapter 6