4 edition of The Dolorous Passion Of Our Lord Jesus Christ found in the catalog.
August 31, 2004 by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English
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This vessel was not always the same as when used by our Lord at his Last Supper, and perhaps it was upon that occasion that the various pieces which composed it were first put together. The software we use sometimes flags "false positives" -- that is, blocks that should not have occurred. Many doctors wished to examine the case, and although efforts were made to discourage the curious, there were visitors whose rank or status gained them entry. All rights reserved. The back part of this room was separated from the rest by a curtain, also of blue transparent gauze. All bore on their heads triumphal crowns, and the flowers of their crowns differed in form, in colour, in odour, and in perfection, according to the difference of the sufferings, labours and victories which had procured them eternal glory.
Emmerich was practically illiterate and this book was dictated by her, which makes the fact that the narrative is so internally coherent all the more compelling. But they rejected his proposal, because the price of blood could not be offered in the Temple. These diabolical figures urged on, dragged, and tore to pieces, before the very eyes of Jesus, countless numbers of those men for whose redemption he was entering upon the painful way of the Cross. He was anxious that it should be thought they had come there by chance, that so, when they had made their appearance, he might run away like the other disciples and be no more heard of. He requested that only a small number of men might be sent with him, lest the disciples who were on the watch should perceive anything and raise a sedition.
The Sanhedrin alone listened to his proposals with some degree of attention. When Jesus, unrelieved of all the weight of his sufferings, returned to the grotto, he fell prostrate, with his face on the ground and his arms extended, and prayed to his Eternal Father; but his soul had to sustain a second interior combat, which lasted three-quarters of an hour. Her husband, who was a member of the council, was usually absent and engaged in business; but even when he was at home she saw little of him. While Anne Catherine's sacred wounds were witnessed by many during her time, the highly poetical and extravagant imagery in Brentano's book have led scholars to believe that Brentano may have embellished her descriptions as he recorded them. Add to basket Add to wishlist Description The Dolorous Passion has been inspiring thousands since it first appeared in being based on the detailed visions of Our Lord's Passion and Death as seen by Venerable Anne Catherine Emmericha German Augustinian nun, and recorded by Clemens Brentano, a prominent literary figure of the day.
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Judas had again left Bethania to go to Jerusalem, under pretence of paying some debts that were due. I cannot describe in detail all that there was in this part of the room, but all kinds of arrangements were being made there for preparing the Paschal Supper. The book was published posthumously in in Munich.
It was composed of five pieces of wood, exclusive of the inscription. Entire darkness reigned in the cavern, when I beheld an angel descend to Jesus. There were spacious cellars beneath the whole of this building.
He began to enter by degrees into a close connection with their agents, who were constantly flattering him, and assuring him in strong terms that, in any case, an end would speedily be put to the career of our Divine Lord.
In the first portion of the agony, Satan displayed before the eyes of our Lord the enormity of that debt of sin which he was going to pay, and was even bold and malicious enough to seek faults in the very works of our Saviour himself. She had sent some messengers to make inquiries concerning him, but her deep anxiety would not suffer her to await their return, and she went with Magdalen and Salome as far as the Valley of Josaphat.
Art thou willing to bear its penalty?
Previous to the building of the Temple, the Ark of the Covenant had been deposited there for a The Dolorous Passion Of Our Lord Jesus Christ book length of time, and traces of its presence were still to be found in an underground room.
The soldiers remained on friendly terms with Judas until they reached the spot where the road divides the Garden of Olives from the Garden of Gethsemani, but. Each sphere of omnipresent God is extended toward infinity beyond God's core placed in heaven.
Therefore, they were simply discarded completely from all the work for the cause". It had at first been intended that Judas should be accompanied by a more numerous escort, but he drew their attention to the fact that so large a number of men would be too easily seen, because Mount Olivet commanded a view of the whole valley.
He saw Adam and Eve, the patriarchs, prophets, and just men, the parents of his Mother, and John the Baptist, awaiting his arrival in the lower world with such intense longing, that the sight strengthened and gave fresh courage to his loving heart. She was a woman of about the age of the Blessed Virgin, and had long been connected with the Holy Family ; for when the Child Jesus remained the three days in Jerusalem after the feast, she it was who supplied him with food.
He spoke also of the schemes of the traitor Judas, and the Blessed Virgin prayed for him. The archers took a shorter road than that which Jesus followed when he left the supper-room. This division of the supper-room into three parts gave a resemblance to the Temple—thus forming the outer Court, the Holy, and the Holy of Holies.
He dwelt upon these thoughts especially, when his pride was hurt by the disdainful manner of the Jews in his The Dolorous Passion Of Our Lord Jesus Christ book but he did not repent, for he had wholly given himself up to Satan. Some say she was seeing the legendary spiritual fortress of Shambala Eastern traditionor the Magical City of Luz Hebrew Traditionbasically a place found in many ancient traditions where those who are immortal, or special in such a way, go.
When Jesus had, with deep emotion, looked upon these saints of antiquity, angels presented to him all the bands of saints of future ages, who, joining their labours to the merits of his Passion, were, through him, to be united to his Heavenly Father.
In his bitter agony, he looked around, as though seeking help, and appeared to take Heaven, earth, and the stars of the firmament to witness of his sufferings.
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Visions and inspirations[ edit ] Emmerich said that as a child she had visions in which she talked with Jesus, saw the souls in Purgatoryand witnessed the core of the Holy Trinity in the form of three concentric, interpenetrating full spheres. The great chalice had formerly been in the possession of Abraham ; Melchisedech brought it with him from the land of Semiramis to the land of Canaan, when he was beginning to found some settlements on the spot where Jerusalem was afterwards built; he made use of it then for offering sacrifice, when he offered bread and wine in the presence of Abraham, and he left it in the possession of that holy patriarch.
This most affecting and consoling spectacle bestowed a degree of strength and comfort upon the soul of Jesus.
The Brentano compilation tells that during an illness in Emmerich's childhood, she was visited by a child suggested as being Jesuswho told her of plants she should ingest in order to heal, including Morning Glory flower's juice, known to contain Ergine. Wherefore a man shall leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife, and they shall be two in one flesh.Anne Catherine Emmerich has 57 books on Goodreads with ratings.
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