Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Eucharistic Miracles eBook

Eucharistic Miracles eBook
Price: USD$20.00
DRM-free high quality printable PDF (discreetly watermarked with buyer's name & email on edge of page) / Letter (8.5" x 11") / 77 Pages
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The 'True Tales of the Eucharist' ebook retells famous Eucharistic Miracles in full color illustrations that children and everyone else will enjoy and be inspired by the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist! Includes 3 stories: 'Bread Turn Flesh', 'The Invaders' and 'The Proud Knight', featuring respectively the Eucharistic Miracles of Lanciano, St. Clare of Assisi and Seefeld in Austria. Includes coloring pages. 

Stories included in this ebook:

Bread Turned Flesh! 
"Bread Turned Flesh!" is a delightful retelling of the Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano, Italy. In the year 730AD, a priest had doubts about the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist. He questioned how bread and wine could turn into the Flesh and Blood of Jesus during Mass. God decided to give him a surprise! Illustrated in full color. Ideal for ages 4 to 9.

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The Invaders! 
"The Invaders!" is an exciting retelling of the Eucharistic Miracle of St. Clare, which happened in Assisi, Italy. When invaders came to attack Assisi and St. Clare’s monastery in the year 1240AD, all seemed lost. Yet St. Clare and her nuns had faith in Jesus in the Eucharist, and then an amazing miracle happened! Illustrated in full color. Ideal for ages 4 to 9.

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The Proud Knight
“The Proud Knight” is a humorous retelling of the Eucharistic Miracle of Seefeld, Austria. Oswald Milser was a victorious but arrogant knight. During Holy Mass, he decided that he deserved the best and forced the priest to give him the largest Eucharistic Host. God decided to show him that Jesus was greater! Illustrated in full color. Ideal for ages 4 to 9.

Sample Pages

eBook comes in a single PDF file for convenience!

Printable PDF version of books, including black and white coloring pages. The ebook comes in a single PDF file which includes all 3 stories. The file is formatted for US Letterhead size and may be printed for non-commercial use with any home printer. Instant download after check-out.


  1. I am very excited about these books. But it's also really sad that the 10% off code took the Christ out of Christmas :(

    1. Hi there, X in Xmas doesn't take Christ out of Christmas anymore than X in X-p (Chi-Rho) does.

    2. X always means cancelling Christ. It would be better to avoid it, it is NEW AGE stuff.. not chatolic. We don't buy ANYTHING written like this.. I don't want to critic , we are your clients and will be but today New age is anywhere so we should be so careful what we offer to our kids..
      By the way I like happy ssints SO MUCH you are our inspiration and a big help in my work. Thank you ad god bless you!

    3. Hi Ana, thanks for supporting the Happy Saints! That was a couple of years back... I have since stopped using the X thing. God bless!

  2. I think sometimes the "X" is actually the old Greek way of saying "Christ", "X" mean Chi and "P" meaning Rho. sometimes it gets shortened to X. I doubt there's any ill will - probably the code only allows so many letters!

  3. Amen to that Kathryn!

    Thanks for your dedication and hard work, Victor!
    And for giving your customers a nice discount!

    Blessings on your new year!