by Rev. John A. Hardon, S.J. 120 pages.
This one quote is worth the price of the entire book: —"We are to believe that the Eucharist is Jesus Christ — simply, without qualification. . . . He is in the Eucharist with His human mind and will united with the Divinity, with his hands and feet, His face and features, with His eyes and lips and ears and nostrils, with His affection and emotions and, with emphasis, with His living, pulsating, physical Sacred Heart. That is what our Catholic Faith demands of us that we believe. If we believe this, we are Catholic. If we do not, we are not, no matter what people may think we are." — Pages 70, 71.