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Reflections on the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ

Reflections on the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ

compiled and translated from the French of the abbe ́Perryiève, Père, Nouet, and Bossuet

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Published by Burns, Oates, & Co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesus Christ -- Passion -- Meditations.,
  • Stations of the Cross -- Meditations.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby a religious of Loretto Convent, Navan [Ireland].
    GenreMeditations.
    ContributionsPerreyve, Henri, 1831-1865., Nouet, Jacques, 1605-1680., Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, 1627-1704, Sisters of Loretto.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, [1], 2-307 p. ;
    Number of Pages307
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16647232M

      Please stay with Our Lord in His Passion from Holy Thursday at 5pm to Good Friday up to comforting Our Lady at Jesus’ Burial at 5pm. Again, we will not pray the Reflections and Practices at the end of each hour. It is highly recommended that we pray the 24 Hours of the Passion before a Crucifix. The 24 Hours of The Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ (Audio) The Book of Heaven Contains Very 4 Important Truths of The Coming Chastisements The Gift of .

    Please stay with Our Lord in His Passion from Holy Thursday at 5pm to Good Friday up to comforting Our Lady at Jesus’ Burial at 5pm. Again, we will not pray the Reflections and Practices at the end of each hour. It is highly recommended that we pray the 24 Hours of the Passion before a Crucifix.   The Twenty-Four Hours of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ with Its multiple Imprimaturs Is Unique in its Reparative Capacity. We Enter .

    This is an account of the events leading up to the Crucifixion of Christ by a 19th century German stigmatic and visionary, Anne Catherine Emmerich. This once-obscure book recently achieved a much higher profile because it was used as an inspiration for the screenplay of Mel Gibson's controversial movie, The Passion of the Christ. The Passion and Death of our Lord Jesus Christ were a proceeding that gradually culminated to the very point when He breathed His last breathe with His last words “It is accomplished.” This we read in the Passion Narrative of today’s Liturgy (John ). In the Passion Narrative, we encounter many characters and scenes.


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Reflections on the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ Download PDF EPUB FB2

Well did St. Bonaventure say: “He who desires to go on advancing from virtue to virtue, from grace to grace should constantly meditate on the Passion of Jesus Christ.” Daily, during the holy season of Lent, let us consider together some detail of the sacred Passion and death of our Savior, beginning with the agony in the Garden.

Reflection on the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ + The agony in the garden was really the agony in His mind. He suffered the passion in His mind before He suffered it in His body—to the point of actually affecting the latter by sweating blood.

But from then on, it was His bodily suffering that affected His mental suffering. Meditations on the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ THE HOURS OF THE PASSION OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST. By Luisa Piccarreta, little daughter of the Divine Will. (In process of beatification) These are reflections, meditations, visions and moments of the.

This beautiful book offers reflections of a medical doctor on the physical and mental anguish Jesus endured in the hours leading up to His death. Enrich your meditation on Christs passion using prayers and hymns paired with moving commentary and masterpieces of art from artists including Michelangelo, Rubens, Dali, and Siqueiros.5/5(8).

Means to be united to the prayers and reparations that Jesus offered interiorly to the Father while He was being scourging, crowned with thorns, crucified, etc., and for this purpose, we follow the book, “The 24 Hours of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ.”. CHAPTER XXVIII. Reflections on the Visions.

WHENEVER, during my meditations on the Passion of our Lord, I imagine I hear that frightful cry of the Jews, 'His blood be upon us, and upon our children,' visions of a wonderful and terrible description display before my eyes at the same moment the effect of that solemn curse.I fancy I see a gloomy sky covered with clouds, of the colour of blood.

I t is extremely important to know that there is no saint who has ever reached the heights of the spiritual life without having meditated frequently on the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Many of them attributed to the meditation of the Passion of Our Lord, the beginning of that stage in the spiritual life in which they decided to give themselves entirely to God, to His Most Holy Will.

The Passion: Prayer and Reflection From the Book of Common Prayer, a devotional exploring the meaning of Jesus' suffering, death, and resurrection.

In reading Matthew’s narrative ( – ), we experience shame for being the cause of what Jesus had to endure, we experience sorrow for our broken promises; but we are also willing to ease some of his horrific sufferings, if we only could. The starting point should be to.

Thank you for visiting. Each Reflections of Christ canvas is printed by a master printmaker in the USA. This 72 page, full color, coffee table edition features the images of the Reflections of Christ and Another Testament projects by Mark Mabry.

It also features a few images that. The book is entitled: The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ.

I am using the Baronius Press version. For the full series of my reflections, Joseph Prince Golgotha Crucifixion to. Book of Heaven; Our Lady of America; Feast Days; Prayers; BE ATTENTIVE; SAINTS in the DIVINE WILL; Padre Sergio Pellegrini; YOU MUST KNOW; REFLECTIONS; St.

Annibale Di Francia; 24 Hours of the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ; Dawn of a Mystery; Videos; THE CALENDAR; THE ROUNDS; The Virgin Mary in the Kingdom of the Divine Will. In this devotional treasure, you’ll find forty daily reflections on the passion and death of Our Lord.

Each day’s reflection—suitable for Lent or for any time of the year—includes a scriptural text, a meditation, a brief prayer, and an excerpt from the visions of two celebrated Catholic mystics: Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich (–) and Venerable Maria de Agreda (–)/5(9).

How to Meditate on the Passion of Christ. Source: THE SCHOOL OF JESUS CRUCIFIED, Fr. Ignatius of the Side of Jesus, TAN BOOKS, with Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur, PERHAPS there is no subject for meditation more suitable for every class of persons than the most sacred Passion of.

The 24 Hours of the Passion Of Our Lord Jesus Christ by Luisa Piccarreta Little Daughter of the Divine Will-i-HOURS OF THE PASSION OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST Luisa Piccarreta "The Little Daughter of the Divine Will" " The satisfaction that blessed Jesus r eceives from the meditation of these Hou rs is so great, that He would want File Size: KB.

Before you read this reflection, I encourage you to bow your head and pray for God’s grace. Pray that Jesus will allow you to enter into the mystery of His Passion more deeply than you have before so that you can treasure the greatness of His love and courageously respond to His call to.

“Reflections on the Savior’s Last Week Christians worldwide prepare to commemorate the death and resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ by reading and reflecting upon the scriptural accounts of the last days of His mortal ministry.

stand as powerful reminders that the atoning mission of Jesus Christ was not limited to His suffering. In Christianity, the Passion (from the Latin verb: patior, passus sum ("to suffer, bear, endure", from which also "patience, patient", etc.) is the short final period in the life of Jesus.

Depending on one's views, the "Passion" may include, among other events, Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem, his cleansing of the Temple, his anointing, the Last Supper, Jesus' agony in the Garden, his.

Our Lord was telling him that by persecuting the infant Church, Saul was persecuting Him, Christ. To persecute the Church is to persecute Jesus Christ, and if the Church is persecuted today, it is Christ that is persecuted.

In a certain sense the Passion of Christ is being repeated in our days. The Agony in the Garden First Reflection.

We begin, with this first printing, the publication of more than 20 handwritten volumes of sublime revelations which, always excepting the judgments of the Holy Church, we believe to have been given by Our Lord Jesus Christ to a soul, a dearest daughter and disciple of His, who is the pious author of the Hours of the Passion.

The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ is an account of the events leading up to the crucifixion of Christ, dictated by a 19th-century German stigmatic and visionary, Anne Catherine Emmerich. Emmerich was nearly illiterate, so she dictated the text to the poet Clemens Brentano.

The narrative contains many small details that do not occur in the Gospel narratives, and the sublime poetics.The addendum on the Resurrection, Ascension, Day of Pentecost and the Life of Mary after the Ascension of Christ are from the book: The Lowly Life and Bitter Passion of OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST AND HIS BLESSED MOTHER.

Recorded in the Journals of Clemens Brentano, arranged and edited by the Very Reverend Carl E. Schmöger, R.This book is Thomas A Kempis' lesser known reflections on 35 various Gospel passages dealing with the Passion and Death of Christ, now newly translated into English.

Thomas A Kempis wrote: If Jesus Crucified would come into our hearts, how quickly and perfectly we would be instructed in the spiritual life.