Sacramental Poetics at the Dawn of Secularism/The Eucharist

These two books have in common only the fact that they are concerned with the Eucharist; other than that they are written from very different perspectives and go in very different directions. These authors recognize that we are not yet finished with interpreting and enacting the Eucharist. They sense the urgency of the question of eucharistic presence in a flattened, technological world that has almost nothing left of the art of the sacramental.

 

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