"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. 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.
These 31 meditations were originally published in 2001. They were inspired by a wide range of Gospel passages in which Jesus explains who He is in a variety of statements beginning with the words "I Am".
- 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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