Eucharist is the fullest expression of our life with God, a life we share with Christians throughout the ages. It is also a sensory experience, drawing us into the sights and sounds, tastes and touch of the worship. Edward Foley's revised and expanded From Age to Age draws readers into this sensory experience, while tracing the development of Christian Eucharist from its Jewish roots to our own time. In addition, he explores the architecture, writings, and music that contributed to each period's liturgical expressions, while introducing readers to the theology, as well as the historical and cultural contexts that shaped the Eucharist. Richly illustrated with numerous images and quotations, this book is a feast for both the mind and the eye.