The Chaplet of Reparation & Other Prayers from In Sinu Jesu (paperback)

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& Other Prayers from IN SINU JESU
by a Benedictine Monk

This book gathers together in convenient form all the prayers first published in IN SINU JESU -- When Heart Speaks to Heart: The Journal of a Priest at Prayer, including the Chaplet of Reparation (or Offering of the Precious Blood for Priests). It also makes available the Epiphany Conference of Mother Mectilde de Bar (1614-1698), foundress of the Benedictines of Perpetual Adoration of the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar and a spiritual author of the stature of St. Teresa of Jesus or St. John of the Cross.

These fervent prayers and this magnificent conference will enlighten and enkindle the souls of all who take them up, especially in the privileged moments of Eucharistic adoration.

66 pages, paperback, 4" x 6"

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Praise for The Chaplet of Reparation and Other Prayers from In Sinu Jesu:

"It is my fervent hope that In Sinu Jesu will inspire many to be ever more ardent adorers of the Eucharistic Face of Jesus."

"Deep consolation and a renewed gratitude for Him as He draws His friends to Himself--these are the fruits of following the meditations of this book. It will fill hearts with encouragement and joy."
-- FR. HUGH BARBOUR, Prior, St. Michael's Abbey of the Norbertine Fathers

"The words spoken here bring such comfort, courage, and light--a longing to be with the Lord, gazing upon and adoring His Eucharistic Face and offering ourselves and our lives in reparation for sins against Love."
-- FR. DAVID ABERNETHY, Congregation of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri, Pittsburgh

"In Sinu Jesu has the power to inflame the desire for Eucharistic adoration. It is a powerful expression of Our Lord's thirst to draw us deeper into His friendship, to heal wounds, and thus to renew the Church."

"In Sinu Jesu is a beautiful and powerful work saturated with the kind of contagious love and holiness that can only come from reclining--like His beloved disciple--upon Christ's breast, hearing Him whisper words of consolation and encouragement for us all."
-- KEVIN VOST, author of The Porch and the Cross

"We sometimes dismiss the interior voice, thinking that because it is within, it must be our own. But does God not dwell deep within us? Can he not speak, then, to the heart? This listener has heard Christ invite priests and all the faithful back to the Sacrament of Love."
-- DAVID W. FAGERBERG, University of Notre Dame