I Am: Eucharistic Meditations on the Gospel

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"I Am": Eucharistic Meditations on the Gospel is a book of Roman Catholic meditations written in 1912 by the Venerable Concepcion Cabrera de Armida (often simply called Conchita), a Mexican mystic who is in the process of beatification.

The writings that constitute the book were the results of meditations in the presence of the Holy Eucharist.[1] They aim to clarify the words with which Jesus defines Who He is in a variety of statements beginning with the words: "I am". The book thus aims to lead the reader to a better understanding of the mystery of Jesus Christ.


  1. ^ Joshua Footman The Esoteric Codex: Roman Catholic Mystics 2015 1329605985- - Page 7 "Her book I Am: Eucharistic Meditations on the Gospel, was the results of meditations during Eucharistic adoration"

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