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Living the Sacraments – A Tiber River Review

 

Living the Sacraments
Living the Sacraments

Living the Sacraments: Grace into Action (Servant, paperback, 176 pages) answers a question I struggled with for many months after entering the Church: how can I “get the most” out of the sacraments?

In my early Catholic days, I would often receive the Eucharist and feel as if nothing happened. While I was happy to get my sins off my chest through Confession, I didn't feel much holier afterward. And I had trouble “living out my baptism”–whatever that meant–since I didn't even remember when I was baptized.

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  • Leon Keller

    Please let me know when the The Parish Book of Chant is available. Thank you.

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