Mary Magdalen: In the Visions of Anne Catherine Emmerich

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The visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich are the world\'s greatest source of detail on the life of St. Mary Magdalen -- great sinner and penitent. Fully referenced to The Life of Jesus Christ (their source), these pages agree completely with Sacred Scripture, but also tell of Mary Magdalen\'s sinful life from age 9, her extravagant attire, her second repentence after falling back into sin, her exorcism by Our Lord, His defense of her against the self-righteous, her relationship with Martha and Lazarus, her...
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Mary Magdalen in the Visions of Anne Catherine Emmerich (with Supplemental Reading: A Brief Life of Christ) [Illustrated]

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Overview


The visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich are the world\'s greatest source of detail on the life of St. Mary Magdalen -- great sinner and penitent. Fully referenced to The Life of Jesus Christ (their source), these pages agree completely with Sacred Scripture, but also tell of Mary Magdalen\'s sinful life from age 9, her extravagant attire, her second repentence after falling back into sin, her exorcism by Our Lord, His defense of her against the self-righteous, her relationship with Martha and Lazarus, her external appearance, her role at Calvary and much more. Impr. 191 pgs, PB
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780895558022
  • Publisher: Saint Benedict Press /Tan Books Publishers Inc.
  • Publication date: 8/28/2005
  • Pages: 147
  • Sales rank: 650,726
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author


Anne Catherine Emmerich was born to poor parents at Westphalia, Germany in 1774. When she was twenty-eight years old she became an Augustinian nun at Dulmen, and apparently began to experience ecstasies as a result of spiritual favors. She received the Stigmata in 1813, confined to her bed, and reportedly convinced a vicar-general, Overberg, and three physicians of her sanctity. She later reported that she had seen visions of Christ and the souls in purgatory as a child, as well as a circular core with three sections representing the Trinity. She is the author of The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ, The Life of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Life of Jesus Christ and Biblical Revelations, and The Bitter Passion and the Life of Mary.

Anne Emmerich died on February 9, 1824 and was beatified by Pope John Paul II in 2004.

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Table of Contents

1 The Family of Lazarus, Martha and Magdalen 1
2 Magdalen's Childhood 2
3 Magdalen Inherits the Castle of Magdalum 3
4 Magdalen's Reputation 5
5 Jesus Speaks of Magdalen's Family 5
6 Martha Speaks to Jesus about Magdalen 6
7 How Silent Mary Lived 7
8 Silent Mary's Prophecy 8
9 At the End of Jesus' Forty Days Fast 9
10 Magdalen's First Attempt to See Jesus 10
11 Magdalen's First Call to Conversion 11
12 Jesus Reassures Martha 12
13 Lazarus' Villa 13
14 Magdalen Is the Lost Pearl 14
15 Dina (The Woman at the Well) 16
16 A Possessed Woman in Suphan (The Suphanite) 17
17 Jesus Heals Mary the Suphanite 19
18 Magdalen's Interior Struggle 21
19 Martha Invites Magdalen to Go and Hear Jesus 22
20 Magdalen Accepts the Invitation 24
21 The Mount of Instruction near Gabara 25
22 Magdalen's First Conversion 26
23 Magdalen Witnesses Cures and Exorcisms 27
24 Magdalen's First Anointing of Jesus 29
25 Magdalen Falls Back into Sin 32
26 The Relationship between Sin and Illness 33
27 The Pharisees Confront Jesus in the Synagogue of Capharnaum 35
28 Jesus Cures Two Scribes of Their Leprosy 35
29 Magdalen Suffers from Demonic Possession 36
30 Mary the Surphanite Confounded with Mary Magdalen 38
31 External Appearance of Magdalen, Dina and the Blessed Virgin 38
32 Martha Persuades Magdalen to See Jesus Again 39
33 Magdalen's Extravagant Attire 41
34 Magdalen and Her Companions Set out to Attend Jesus' Instruction 42
35 Magdalen's Second Conversion 43
36 News of Magdalen's Conversion Spreads 48
37 The Holy Women Care for the Inns 50
38 Jesus Defends the Converted Holy Women 50
39 Magdalen Begins Her Life as a Penitent 51
40 Jesus Frees the Prisoners at Tirzah 53
41 Jesus Arrives at Lazarus' for the Paschal Solemnity 54
42 Magdalen's Love for Jesus 55
43 Jesus Admonishes His Followers to Pray Without Ceasing 56
44 Mercuria 56
45 The Work of the Holy Women 58
46 Lazarus 59
47 Lazarus Falls Ill 60
48 Lazarus' Death and Burial 62
49 Jesus Mourns with Martha and Magdalen 63
50 Jesus Raises Lazarus from the Dead 64
51 Jesus Teaches in Jericho and Elsewhere 67
52 Magdalen Perfumes Jesus' Hair 69
53 The Apostles Are Reunited with Jesus 70
54 Jesus Instructs the New Disciples 70
55 Magdalen Prepares a Meal for Jesus and His Disciples 72
56 Magdalen Repeats Her Anointing of Jesus 73
57 The Holy Women at Prayer 74
58 Jesus Reproves the Disciples for Being Scandalized at Magdalen 74
59 Magdalen Procures the Precious Balm 75
60 Magdalen's Last Anointing of Jesus 77
61 Judas 79
62 Judas' Betrayal 79
63 "She Loves Unspeakably" 80
64 The Blessed Virgin, Magdalen and Mary Cleophas Beseech Jesus Not to Go to Mount Olivet 81
65 Satan Accuses Jesus in the Garden of Olives 82
66 Jesus' Follwers during His Agony in the Garden 85
67 In the Garden of Olives 86
68 Jesus' Compassion for His Blessed Mother and Magdalen 87
69 Jesus Is Shown His Passion 88
70 Judas and the Pharisees 89
71 Jesus' Follwers Learn of His Arrest 91
72 The Soldiers Mock Magdalen's Anointing of Jesus 92
73 "O Thou Most Unhappy Mother!" 93
74 Peter Confesses to Mary His Denial of Jesus 95
75 Mary, John and Magdalen at Pilate's Tribunal 97
76 The Way of the Cross 99
77 Magdalen Understands Her Part in Jesus' Sufferings 100
78 The Blessed Virgin and Magdalen Wipe up the Precious Blood after the Scourging 101
79 Magdalen's Appearance 102
80 Mary and the Holy Women Go to Golgotha 102
81 The Crucifixion 104
82 The Scribes and Pharisees on Mount Golgotha 105
83 At the Foot of the Cross 107
84 "My God! My God! Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me!" 108
85 "It Is Consummated!" 108
86 Jesus Is Pierced with the Lance 109
87 Jesus Is Taken Down from the Cross 112
88 Mary Receives Jesus into Her Arms 113
89 The Blessed Mother and Magdalen Cleanse the Wounds of Jesus 114
90 The Holy Women and Others Help Prepare for the Burial 116
91 The Body of Jesus Is Prepared for Burial 117
92 The Funeral Procession 120
93 Jesus Is Entombed 121
94 The Return from the Burial 122
95 The Holy Women Prepare Herbs and Perfumes to Anoint the Body 122
96 Magdalen and the Holy Women Go to Anoint Jesus' Body 123
97 Magdalen at the Empty Tomb 124
98 Magdalen's Announcement to the Disciples 126
99 The Risen Lord Appears to Magdalen 126
100 Peter and John See the Empty Tomb 128
101 Jesus Appears in the Hall of the Last Supper 130
102 Magdalen's Holy Courage 131
103 Jesus Appears Again to the Apostles 132
104 Agape in Bethania 135
105 The Community 135
106 Before the Ascension 137
107 Before Peter's First Mass 138
108 The Blessed Virgin Moves to Ephesus; Lazarus and His Sisters Set Out over the Sea 139
109 The Death of the Blessed Virgin 139
Appendices
I A Relic of Magdalen's Clothing 141
II Mary Magdalen and Martha in Scripture 142
III Mary Magdalen in Catholic Traditions 143
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