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“a must read”
“easy to read and inspirational”
“excellent book”
“simply put the way you look at this life and the world will change when you read this book”
“this book is simply a life changing one”
“this book was a delight to read and I recommend it to all readers of all beliefs and ages”

Reason to Believe


Belief is difficult. Sometimes we need to see to believe. Jesus was gentle with Thomas and his doubts. He allowed him to touch His wounded heart. Is He doing the same for us now, in this new millennium?

A statue of Christ mysteriously weeps and bleeds in Cochabamba, Bolivia

In the same city Katya Rivas experiences the wounds of the crucifixion of Christ, the stigmata. Although theologically uneducated she writes profound teachings which she says are dictated by Christ.

In Argentina, a communion host (bread) changes to living flesh.

Are these claims true? Is it the body and blood of Jesus Christ? What does Science have to say?

The book tells of the fascinating journey undertaken by Lawyer, Ron Tesoriero, in pursuit of answers.

Following the trail of the blood of Christ through history and through science he also encounters Eucharistic miracles, the Shroud of Turin, the Sudarium of Oviedo and a vial of “the blood of Christ” taken at the time of the crucifixion now in Bruge, Belgium, in search for the DNA of Christ.

The scientific findings will breathe new life into our understanding of the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist, and the devotions of the Catholic Church to the “Sacred Heart” and to “Divine Mercy” so cherished by Pope John Paul II.

On the journey Ron invites well-known and highly respected Australian Investigative Journalist, Mike Willesee, to join him.

What they discover will touch the mind and heart of every reader.


“It is truly one of the Great books”

Father Paul Glynn – A renowned author and holder of the title of “Order of Australia” (a title issued by Queen Elizabeth 11 to a person for meritorious service to his country)