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The new “Food for the Journey” Retreat Guide will focus on the antidote to sin, the Eucharist

Eucharist

What is the antidote to the poison of sin? The answer to that question is examined in the latest Retreat Guide from RCSpiritualiy.org.

Food for the Journey, the newest edition to the many retreat guides now on the website, will be available on August 1, 2014. You can preview the introduction to this new guide by clicking here.

Fr. John Bartunek LC explains how our first parents, Adam and Eve, betrayed God by eating the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden, making the “Tree of Life” off limits.  But God’s plan of restoration involved giving us a new “Tree of Life”, so to speak, the cross of Jesus Christ.  Through His cross, we have the antidote to the forbidden fruit – Jesus’ own body and blood in the Eucharist.

The new Retreat Guide will reflect on God’s gift of the Eucharist, “highlighting its wonders” and provide practical advice to get more out of the Mass.

Go to RCSpirituality.org for more information, and don’t forget to provide your feedback and to consider supporting this good work with your donations.


PUBLICATION DATE: 2014-07-25


 
 


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