READING ONE READING TWO READING THREE READING FOUR READING FIVE READING SIX READING SEVEN READING EIGHT READING NINE READING TEN READING ELEVEN READING TWELVE READING THIRTEEN READING FOURTEEN READING FIFTEEN READING SIXTEEN READING SEVENTEEN READING EIGHTEEN READING NINETEEN READING TWENTY READING TWENTY-ONE READING TWENTY-TWO READING TWENTY-THREE READING TWENTY-FOUR READING TWENTY-FIVE READING TWENTY-SIX READING TWENTY-SEVEN READING TWENTY-EIGHT READING TWENTY-NINE READING THIRTY Reading One: Who Is Jesus? Reading Two: The names of Jesus. Reading Three: Our Lord’s greatest miracle. Reading Four: Why do we believe that Holy Communion is Jesus Himself? Reading Five: Names for the Eucharist and the Tabernacle Reading Six: Miracles of the Eucharist. Reading Seven: The Ciborium and the Monstrance. Reading Eight: Don Bosco and the multiplication of the Communion hosts. Reading Nine: Blessed Carlo Acutis (1) Reading Ten: Antonietta Meo (Nennolina) Reading Eleven: Saint Tarcisius, martyr for the Holy Eucharist. Reading Twelve: Saint Clare saves Assisi through the Eucharist. Reading Thirteen: Saint Dominic Savio’s First Communion. Reading Fourteen: The Eucharistic Miracle of Lanciano. Reading Fifteen: Blessed Carlo Acutis (2). Reading Sixteen: The Genuflection. Reading Seventeen: Padre Pio Reading Eighteen: The Visit to the Blessed Sacrament. Reading Nineteen: Saint John Bosco’s First Communion. Reading Twenty: Pope Pius X and Holy Communion. Reading Twenty One: Saint Therese of Lisieux. Reading Twenty Two: Preparation Before Holy Communion. Reading Twenty Three: Saint Maximilian Kolbe. Reading Twenty Four: Thanksgiving after Holy Communion (1). Reading Twenty Five: Saint Mary of the Cross MacKillop. Reading Twenty Six: Thanksgiving after Holy Communion (2). Reading Twenty Seven: Don Bosco’s Dream of the Two Pillars. Reading Twenty Eight: Transubstantiation. Reading Twenty Nine: Little Li – China’s Precious Girl Martyr of the Eucharist. Reading Thirty: One Eucharistic Miracle, involving Pope Francis.