Remembering Jesus, Remembering Who We Are

Father Ignatius Huan

“It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me.” Gal 2:20

Celebrating The Eucharist

Why do we celebrate the Eucharist? What is the significance of the Eucharist? As a Catholic, you would have many questions about the Eucharist. As a priest, I’d like to help you understand and treasure this legacy through my book, The Mass: We Remember, We Celebrate, We Believe. When you understand better, your participation during Mass becomes more meaningful.

A Richer Spiritual Life Awaits

The personal testimonies of Catholics who have enriched their spiritual life through a deeper understanding of the Mass have made me realise the importance of helping Catholics to value the gift of the Eucharist. It is my hope that this book plays its role in the ongoing renewal and faith formation of Catholics so that you will understand, appreciate and value the Eucharistic celebration.

Father Ignatius Huan, author of The Mass:
We Remember, We Celebrate, We Believe

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The Mass

We Remember, We Celebrate, We Believe

By Father Ignatius Huan

Experience the Mass with new eyes and new hearts. Treasure the Eucharist and learn how to live out the Eucharist in your everyday life.

This book helps you see with new eyes and new hearts when you understand the Eucharist. When you discover the profound significance in the ritual of the Mass, you will worship the Lord with a new heart.

Includes foreword by Bishop Emeritus Paul Tan Chee Ing, SJ, of Melaka-Johor, Malaysia

Your support of this book also helps The Little Sisters of The Poor in Penang, Malaysia (Holy Family Home for the Elderly). 20% of the book proceeds will go to support this organisation.

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The Mass: We Remember, We Celebrate, We Believe

will surely benefit those who do not know the Mass but are eager to learn. Even for those who already know the Mass, they would learn something more than what they already know.”

Foreword by
Bishop Emeritus Paul Tan Chee Ing, SJ, of Melaka-Johor, Malaysia

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