by Nancy Ward
Greg Wasinski was a successful, career driven, business executive searching for lifelong fulfillment when he heard a direct calling from God to move his talents into full-time ministry. He is now a daily contributor to SiriusXM Radio’s The Catholic Channel with his Faith & Real Life Moments, and his book, Unconditionally: Finding Jesus in the Eucharist, surprised me – in a good way.
I’ve read numerous books on the Eucharist, most of them from a purely theological perspective. Greg’s book is personal. He puts forth a well-balanced understanding of the Eucharist from many perspectives: The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC), Scripture, papal documents and the experience of the saints.
The authenticity of Greg’s book hinges on his faith-filled life as a full-time Catholic evangelist. Unlike the authors of most books on the Eucharist, he explains how he discovered, was magnetically drawn to, and fell in love with the Eucharist.
In his testimony, Greg describes himself as a lifelong Catholic who drifted away from his faith as an adult that “had zero realization or respect of the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist.”
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