After almost a decade of spreading the good news – and the heart-warming stories of how Jesus in the Eucharist comes to life in the real lives of people of all ages, Dr. Mary Amore, executive director of Mayslake Ministries, has published a new DVD that chronicles the retreats, missions, and presentations she has made at parishes and conferences from throughout the Chicago and Joliet dioceses to Los Angeles, New Hampshire, and Dallas.  


Eucharist: A Journey of Transformation, Healing and Discipleship” (Pauline Books & Media, $19.95) weaves Scripture, stories, and easy-to-understand presentations of Catholic teachings together. It is designed to invite listeners to encounter Jesus in the Eucharist in three ways: by being interiorly transformed, spiritually healed, and renewed in discipleship.

A wife, mother, grandmother, author, renowned speaker, and the executive director for Mayslake Ministries, the Downers Grove resident holds a Masters in Pastoral Studies and a Doctorate in Ministry in Liturgical Studies from Catholic Theological Union. She is also a Cardinal Bernardin scholar and has written numerous articles on the area of liturgical spirituality and is author of Primary Symbols of Worship and the Call to Participation. 

Whether you struggle to find a reason to go to Sunday Mass every week or you simply want to reawaken your love for Jesus in the Eucharist, sharing this one-hour DVD with renowned speaker Dr. Amore will lead you to discover new meaning in the Eucharist for your everyday life.

The DVD is split in three 20-minute segments:

  • Part One: Eucharist as a Pathway to Spiritual Transformation
  • Part Two: Eucharist as an Invitation to Spiritual Healing
  • Part Three: Eucharist as the Renewed Call to Discipleship