Believe That I Am Here: The Notebooks of Nicole Gausseron
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In a small, simple chapel during the celebration of the Eucharist, Jesus revealed his presence to Nicole Gausseron and began speaking to her. In the first in a series of three books, Gausseron documents her conversations with Christ. Nicole Gausseron is not a visionary. She was born to a prosperous French family and was educated to be a professor. Translated from French, this volume is a record of Gausseron's first encounter with Christ and many others, kept daily in her "petit cahier"-her little notebook.
Devoid of the reverential tone often found in works of piety, Gausseron's journals read more like Gospel accounts of Jesus' ministry; episodic, terse, and objective. The value of the notebooks lies in their cogent reminder that Jesus lives and seeks a personal relationship with those who believe in him.
Gausseron, Nicole, and Nicole Gausseron. The Notebooks of Nicole Gausseron. Chicago, Ill: Loyola Press, 2003.