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The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ: From the Visions of Anne Catherine Emmerich

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ISBN:
9780895552105
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“But there are also many other things which Jesus did which, if they were written every one, the world itself, I think, would not be able to contain the books that should be written.” (John 21:25).

Did you know that the revelations as told in The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ inspired and provided many of the powerful images and scenes in the film The Passion of the Christ?

Written to inspire an increased love for God, this book details the visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich, the renowned 19th century German nun who was a visionary, mystic, stigmatist, and victim soul. Blessed Anne’s visions give accounts of many more of the unknown details of the Passion, providing our imaginations rich food to further contemplate Our Lord’s great suffering on our behalf, and thereby grow our love for Him by meditating upon His most sacred and dolorous Passion.

Every Catholic should meditate frequently upon the Passion of Our Lord; with this book in hand you will be able to meditate on the narrative of the Passion in a new, vivid, and especially spiritually enriching way. Edifying, inspiring, surprising, and heart-rending, Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich's descriptions of our Lord's Passion will melt a heart of stone. 

The content of her visions includes:

  • The Blessed Mother’s role in the Passion and in our redemption 
  • The details of the insults hurled at Jesus
  • Jesus’s conversations with His disciples and with the two thieves
  • The reactions and fear of the people all throughout Jerusalem 
  • An account of the descent into Hell
  • And much more… 

Also included is a biography of the author, which explains the details of her holy life and how different members of the hierarchy of the Church have promoted her visions as credible.

Easily the best and most complete meditation on the Passion, this book is a must-have Lenten read, as well as a year-round way of fostering a spirit repentance and love of our suffering Lord.

Author:
Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich
Imprint:
TAN Books
Pages:
406
Publication Date:
7/1/2004
Product Format:
Paperbound
Height:
8.50
Width:
5.50

17 Reviews

  • 5
    The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ

    Posted by Robert Kane on Jan 3rd 2024

    Intimate. Inspiring. Humbling.. It was all these and more and I strongly recommend the Dolorous Pas…

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  • 5
    the Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ

    Posted by VINCENT CERRATO on Nov 18th 2023

    one of the best revealed mystical look into first hand view of Our Lord's sufferings and time w…

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  • 5
    repeat purchase.

    Posted by T.O. on Oct 18th 2023

    I purchased this book before and read it; now I'm buying more to send to Tanzania. Really an …

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  • 5
    The Dolores Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ

    Posted by Theresa Birlson on Oct 16th 2023

    Great to read during Lent and especially Holy Week to REALLY APPRECIATE the horrible suffering our L…

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  • 5
    very inspirational

    Posted by pat adair bayer on Oct 4th 2023

    Read it yrs ago and gave book to someone else, wanted to read it again

  • 5
    The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord

    Posted by Christine on Jun 16th 2023

    Very insightful book

  • 5
    The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ

    Posted by Lynda on May 24th 2023

    I purchased this book in March 2021 near the end of Lent thinking I would have the time to read it b…

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  • 5
    The dolorous passion of our Lord Jesus Christ

    Posted by Margaret on May 24th 2023

    This is the perfect book to read during lent or any time. It goes deep into details of the suffering…

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  • 5
    Perfect Lent Meditations

    Posted by Tabbitha on May 24th 2023

    Perspective is incredibly important in meditations. I must admit that mine had become rather repetit…

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