Author Michael C. Hasychak's stunning third title is called Confession: This book will focus on the importance and significance of the healing Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation. In this book we will also discuss what the Catholic Church teaches us about this sacrament, where it is rooted in sacred scripture, how to do an examination of conscience, mitigating sin and cover the process of confession with a Priest. Michael C Hasychak retired after working over forty years in business. He holds a certificate in Catholic Theology from John Paul the Great Catholic University, a Juris Doctor from Cleveland Marshall College of Law, an MBA from Central Michigan University, and a BBA from Ohio University. He resides in Aurora, Ohio, with his wife, Ellen. They have three adult children and four grandchildren.
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Author, Michael C. Hasychak has also written:
Making God the Center of Your Life: A Manual for Catholics: When Jesus was asked which commandment is the greatest of all, he replied, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment.” (Matthew 22:37–38). However, very few of us make a commitment to plan time for and with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ—but we clear our schedules for vacations, dinner engagements, doctors’ appointments, athletic training, entertainment events, and even to scroll through Facebook. This book provides a simple framework to make God the center of your life over time. Like any other plan, if we try to do too much, we will fail or get frustrated and just stop or abandon it altogether—and that’s why it’s important to start small and build slowly. Filled with inspirational verses from the Bible and suggested tasks and activities to advance on your spiritual journey, this resource will help you move slowly but surely to the Lord.
And Eucharist: The Real Presence: This book will focus on why we believe as Catholics that the Eucharist is the real presence, body blood soul, and divinity of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We will cover excerpts from the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Sacred Scripture passages from the Old and New Testament, Canon Law, quotes from our early Church Fathers, and Miracles pertaining to the Eucharist.