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Title: The Grail Code: Quest for the Real Presence
Author: Michael Aquilina and Christopher Bailey
Publisher: Loyola Press
Date Published: May 2006
Comments: Just in time for the Da Vinci Code movie!
From the publisher:
The Grail Code is a lucid treatment of the Grail legends, based on real
history. It satisfies the hunger that people have for knowledge of this mystery.
The true Grail bears witness to a divine gift that exceeds even the deepest
human longing. This book is unique and a great read.
Scott Hahn, author of The Lamb’s Supper and Hail Holy Queen
In Western literature, the search for the Holy Grail is a recurring and
engaging theme. In whatever form it takes the spiritual overtones are compelling.
While many authors have addressed the quest, Mike Aquilina and Christopher
Bailey bring a fresh approach. The Grail Code: Quest for the Real Presence is both
a good read and an invitation to experience a sense of spiritual journey
holding the reader’s imagination in the context of faith.
Most Reverend Donald W. Wuerl, S.T.D., Bishop of Pittsburgh
The Grail Code: Quest for the Real Presence is a much-needed book, immersing
the reader in the richness of Grail lore through the ages. The book grounds
the legends in their historical and theological context, giving a much-needed
corrective to some of the more outlandish and unfortunately popular constructs
of the legend we find today.
Amy Welborn, author of de-coding DaVinci
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