Presence | DVD | Mystery of the Eucharist | 4 Disc Set | Parish Edition | 5PREPM

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With the Catholic devotion and understanding of the true presence of Christ in the Blessed Sacrament, the Eucharist becomes the "source and summit" of the Catholic life.  Presence: The Mystery of the Eucharist provides an opportunity to explore the truth and beauty of the Eucharist, from its origins in Sacred Scripture, to its profound role in the life of the Church and its members.  This four-disc set is the parish edition.  Accompanying guides are available.   Please see the Related Products area for more information.
 
Presence DVD Details: 
  • The Mystery of the Eucharist 
  • Run Time:  5 Hours, 26 Minutes
  • Disc 1
    Episode 1: God Is with Us (35 minutes)
    Episode 2: The Story of the Eucharist (40 minutes)
  • Disc 2
    Episode 3: Bread for the Journey (34 minutes)
    Bonus Track: For Children: The Miracle at Every Mass (11 minutes)
  • Disc 3
    Bonus Track: Biblical Foundations of the Eucharist (107 minutes) - Also available in Spanish
    Bonus Track: Lectio: Eucharist Preview (14 minutes)
  • Disc 4
    Bonus Track: Unveiling the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist (45 minutes)
    Bonus Track: For Parents—Preparing Your Child for First Holy Communion (40 minutes) - Also available in Spanish

"We live in an age that does not orient the heart toward mystery. As a consequence, too many Catholics approach the Holy Eucharist with—let's be honest—indifference. The Augustine Institute has provided a much-needed tonic. Presence is a perfect blend of storytelling to fire the imagination, personal testimony to stir the soul, and theological instruction to inform the intellect. This lively and compelling series on the central reality of the Catholic religion is ideal for catechists, teachers, and parents of children preparing for First Communion, and anyone who finds himself longing to love Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament more but not knowing where to begin."-Christopher Check, President, Catholic Answers