Eucharistica: Meditations and Prayers on the Most Holy Eucharist offers a compilation of writings on the Eucharist, written by 22 Divines of the Church of England in the fifteenth through the seventeenth centuries, with an introduction by Samuel Wilberforce, a nineteenth-century bishop. Wilberforce expounds upon the importance of the Eucharist to spiritual life, expressing concern over those who do not participate in communion. A brief biography of the 22 contributors is also included.
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Samuel Wilberforce (1805–1873) was a bishop in the Church of England who is most famous for his part in the debate against Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution. He was lord bishop of Oxford, bishop of Winchester, and a fellow of the Royal Society. Among other works, he wrote Heroes of Hebrew History, numerous volumes of sermons, and contributed to Good Words.