The Visible Invisible
Granted, I'm not the sharpest tool in the box. But I find it hard to believe that I missed a Eucharistic reference in a book I read and loved. Bishop Robert Barron's book review of All The Light You Cannot See is impressed with the author's, (Anthony Doerr) crafted illusions to the Eucharistic miracle celebrated in the Catholic Mass. During Mass, through the words of the ordained celebrant, a transubstantiation occurs. It is invisible to the common human eye, but not to the spiritually attuned eye of faith. It is extraordinarily transcendent. As the bishop points out in Doerr's wonderfully worded supposition, "If invisible electrical impulses travel constantly along certain paths, is it so hard to believe that souls might also travel those paths?" It shouldn't to Catholics.
And here I thought the novel was about a jewel. I'm embarrassed.