The Life and Letters of Saint Peter Julian Eymard

Translated and arranged chronologically by Sister Catherine Marie Caron SSS

Print Edition (1995)
Life and letters of Saint Peter Julian Eymard: Founder Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament Fathers and Brothers, Congregation of the Servants of the Blessed Sacrament and a Eucharistic association for the laity
(translated and arranged chronologically by Sister Catherine Marie Caron, SSS). Albuquerque, NM: Guynes. 6 vols.

Sets of the 1995 printed publication are available for purchase at $100USD (per six-volume set) plus postage from: Servants of the Blessed Sacrament, 101 Silver Street, Waterville, Maine 04901, USA.

Digital Edition (2010)
Produced by Curia Generalizia, Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament, Rome, 2010. Republished in 2017 on Eymardian Places website with permission.

© Copyright The Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament, Rome and Sr Catherine Marie Caron SSS (translator and compiler), 1995, 2010.

See Consolidated Text and Publication Notes (below).

Volume 1 : The Early Years 1828 – 1852

Volume 2 : The Transition Years 1853 – 1857

Volume 3 : The Eucharistic Family 1858 – 1861

Volume 4 : New Horizons 1862 – 1864

Volume 5 : The Plowman 1865 – 1866

Volume 6 : Through the Tempest 1867 – 1868

Consolidated Text

The consolidated text of The Life and Letters of Saint Peter Julian Eymard enables powerful digital searching for particular words and phrases within individual volumes or across the whole six-volume series.


If opening the consolidated series document in Adobe Acrobat Reader, it is recommended that readers choose to ‘Show Bookmarks’ to view and access thumbnails of sections of the six-volume series in a sidebar. Open ‘Full Reader Search’ to search for whole words and phrases throughout the series, and to apply case-sensitive filtering.

Publication Notes

This digital version (2010) of The Life and Letters of Saint Peter Julian Eymard differs slightly from the original printed edition (1995). It does not include maps or photographic images. Chronologies of Events that were interspersed throughout the printed volumes have been consolidated at the end of each digital volume as a discrete section with separate page numbering from the rest of the volume. Because the pagination in the digital version does not precisely coincide with the printed version, if pages from the digital version are cited, the digital version should be identified in any such citation. Document numbering is the same in either printed or digital versions.

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