Most Reverend Aux. Bishop Dominic Luong, D.D., M.S.:
In her new book Kathleen presents the Church's liturgical seasons as the background to Eucharistic intercession.
Each reflection is solidly grounded in Scripture and the Catechism making this book timeless and invaluable.
Immaculee Ilibagiza, author, Left Behind to Tell, Our Lady of Kibeho:
Kathleen's new book inspires us to live an intensely Eucharistic life of intercessory prayer. It can be used as a
"school of prayer ". The reader will be drawn to a new level of intimacy with the Lamb of God in the Eucharist.
This book is a fountain of Eucharistic life. Read and be blessed!
Fr. Kevin J. Scallon, C.M., Director of Intercession for Priests & Spiritual Advisor of Magnificat, A Ministry to Catholic Women, Author:
In her book, Kathleen leads us to the places where Jesus can be found, namely in the many facets of Eucharistic spirituality and mysticism. The book is a treasure trove of inspired meditations, which will enrich the lives of all who read it.
Fr. John Hampsch, C.M.F, Who's Who in Religion, Author:
These reflections provide currents of insight in a grace-flow of love that will captivate the heart of any reader who yearns for closeness with the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus.
Johnnette Benkovic, host of EWTN's Abundant Life TV Program; Women of Grace:
Those who use Kathleen's book throughout the liturgical year will find themselves growing ever more deeply in love with the One who gives Himself to us in the "breaking of the bread ". I was personally inspired, edified and enriched by the holy sojourn this book offers.
Barbara McGuigan, Host of EWTN's: Voices of Virtue; Open Line; the Good Fight:
Behold the Lamb of God is a masterful work! Kathleen 's reflections became celestial music to my ears, tears of joy to my eyes, solace to my broken heart, healing balm to my soul, profound knowledge and inspiration for my mind and boundless hope to my spirit!
Fr. Raymond Skonezny, S.T.L., S.S.L.:
This is a superb book replete with Eucharistic reflections on building a Culture of Life from within the heart of he believer. Truly inspired!
Fr. Stephen Doktorczyk, J.C.l., Canon Lawyer:
This Eucharistic Compendium will be a great spiritual aid to every person who will read it. The fruit of extensive research and nineteen years in front of the Blessed Sacrament, Kathleen presents the Church with a beautiful source of meditative material to augment the universal call to holiness.
Fr. Robert Young, O.F.M., Spiritual Director, Magnificat Tallahassee:
In Kathleen's profound love for the Holy Eucharist, she reveals an equally profound love for the Priesthood of Jesus, which is manifest in her ministry to ordained priests across the country and the world.
Fr. James Kubicki, S.J., National Director of the Apostleship of Prayer:
In Novo Millennio Ineunte, JPII wrote that those who don't go deeper into their prayer lives are not going to be mediocre Christians but Christians at risk. Praying with this book will help Catholics avoid the risk! Kathleen has written an essential textbook for genuine school of prayer.
Auxiliary Bishop Dominic Luong, D.D., M.S. (Author's Bishop)
I enjoyed the book very much and here are some highlights that will help readers:
- It is a well-researched book in which the author presents a lot of living models from the Church tradition. This indeed makes the Eucharist alive!
- Some prayers at the end of several chapters are pattered according to the soliloquy style animated by the conversations between friends.
These interior dialogues will surely draw many searching souls who are aspiring to join in the journey of interior prayer.
- The book is good material for Lectio Divina for individual or group use.
I highly recommend this work!
Fr. Kevin Scallon, C.M, Retreats for Priests.
I love this book. It is such a rich blend of teaching, reflection and sharing. It is like the dewdrop that reflects
to use every facet of the Eucharistic Christ: surely an amazing and timely contribution to the rekindling of Eucharistic devotion.
Sr. Briege McKenna, O.S.C., Healing Ministry.
In this beautiful book I have found the perfect vehicle to help promote a love for the Eucharist in our time.
A Canon Lawyer's Review:
Fr. Stephen Doktorczyk, J.C.L. Graduate, Gregorian Pontifical University, Rome.
The book is much more then a mere collection of truths and testimonies; it is presented in such a way as to encourage readers
to think about their spiritual
lives and to consider the great benefits of surrendering oneself to God.
It is a jewel for bishops, priest and laity alike. May it be read and referred to regularly
by all people of good will who desire to grow in holiness.
Marilyn Quirk, Foundress, Magnificat, A Ministry to Catholic Women
This book is a treasure that will both inspire and Rekindle Eucharistic Amazement in the gift of the Living Presence of Jesus in our midst.
Bryan Thatcher, M.D., Eucharistic Apostle of Divine Mercy.
As a physician, I found the witness and healing stories of Dr. Pak, as well as the section on contemplation and the brain by Dr. Kim,
Johnnette S. Benkovic, Seen and heard on EWTN.
In her new book, Rekindle Eucharistic Amazement, Kathleen Beckman offers us rich fare indeed! Through insights gleaned from papal documents,
of the saints, the teachings of the Church, Sacred Scripture, scientific research, and her own personal prayer life,
she offers us entry into a deeper appreciation
and experience of the Eucharistic Presence of Jesus Christ. In addition, by providing her readers with amazing
testimonies and stories of people who have personally witnessed the power and transformative effects of the Blessed Sacrament,
Kathleen lights a fire of desire in our hearts to receive through the Eucharist every grace
God has in mind for us. Truly this book can help
ignite a holy conflagration in the hearts of many.
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