3 edition of The sacred passion of Jesus Christ found in the catalog.
The sacred passion of Jesus Christ
|Statement||[edited] by Eleuterio A. Beltran.|
|Contributions||Beltran, Eleuterio A.|
|LC Classifications||PL6058.9.K37 E5 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||212 p. :|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||80118042|
For many, the sacramental, and especially depictions of Jesus' passion, are tangible reminders of their relationship with Christ. Some crucifixes . The Sacred Passion of Jesus Christ: Short Meditations for Every Day in Lent by Richard F. Clarke; From the Garden to the Cross: A Study of Our Lord’s Passion by A.B. Cameron; Lessons of the Cross and Passion: Four Courses of Lent Lectures by C.J. Vaughan; Christus Crucifixus by James Gilliland Simpson; Verbum Crucis by William Alexander.
"The Passion of the Christ" is an apropos film for our post-modern society in that it is given to both visual image and narrative. The gospel of Jesus Christ comes to us in narrative within Scripture. The Four Gospels individually convey the drama of Christ's life and suffering for us who were not there to see him. Most Catholics are aware of the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and the kitschy images that currently go with it. According to most information about it the devotion dates back to the late seventeenth century, to the apparition of Jesus to Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque, a Visitation nun living in a Visitation monastery at Paray-le-Monial in the Franche-Comte region of east-central : Margaret Duffy.
The History of the Life of Our Lord Jesus Christ: From His Incarnation Until His Ascension, Denoting and Incorporating the Words of the Sacred Text From the Vulgate; Also, The History of The Acts of the Apostles, Connected, Explained, and Blended With Reflections (New York: D. and J. Sadlier, ), by François de Ligny, trans. by Mrs. J. Sadlier. See also THE PASSION OF CHRIST IN THE GOSPELS.. The sufferings of Our Lord, which culminated in His death upon the cross, seem to have been conceived of as one inseparable whole from a very early in the Acts of the Apostles (i, 3) St. Luke speaks of those to whom Christ "shewed himself alive after his passion" (meta to mathein autou).In the Vulgate this has been rendered post.
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The Litany of the Sacred Passion may be used in conjunction with the “Seven Last Words” or as a separate devotion. It draws together all the events of Jesus’ dying day. Lord Jesus, at the Last Supper you knew that Judas, one of the Twelve, would betray you. The Sacred Passion of Jesus Christ: Short Meditations for Everyday in Lent [Clarke SJ, Richard F, Hermenegild TOSF, Brother] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Sacred Passion of Jesus Christ: Short Meditations for Everyday in Lent5/5(1). In this book, Luis de la Palma provides an aid for meditating on the Passion. He recreates the events of Jesus' life beginning with Holy Thursday and concluding with the burial of Our Lord and a powerful evocation of the coming resurrection/5(3).
THE PASSION. 'If thou knowest not how to meditate on high and heavenly things, rest on the Passion of Christ, and willingly dwell in his sacred wounds. For, if thou fly devoutly to the wounds and precious stigmas of Jesus, thou shalt feel great comfort in tribulation.' Imit.
of Christ, book ii. chap. INTRODUCTION. The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ, by Anne Catherine Emmerich, , at CHAPTER IX. The Insults received by Jesus in the Court of Caiphas. The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ. From the Meditations of. Anne Catherine Emmerich.
London, Burns and Lambert  Scanned atSeptember, John Bruno Hare, redactor. This text is in the public domain. These. Recommended to us as even better than The Imitation of Christ, and we think it is. Written for everyone, and everyone should own it. In this audio Jesus is speaking to the reader--through the.
Edited by Rev. Victor Hoagland, C.P., this book is filled with prayers that draw readers to Jesus, enabling them to better understand and honor His life and sacrifice.
With an attractive red Dura-Lux cover, this is the perfect resource and gift for those wishing to appreciate and follow Christ in His Passion.
Ever glorious and Blessed Mary, Queen of Virgins, Mother of mercy, hope and comfort of dejected and desolate souls, through that sword of sorrow which pierced thy Heart whilst thine only Son, Jesus Christ, our Lord, suffered death and ignominy on the Cross; through that filial tenderness.
The Sacred Passion of Jesus Christ by Rev. Richard F. Clarke, S.J., The Fifth Sunday in Lent: Jesus Sets Out on the Way to Calvary. Read St. Matthew xxvii. This is a follow-up to Michael Byrnes's first book, "The Sacred Bones". In "The Sacred Bones", we left Charlotte Hennesey examining what was thought to be the bones of Jesus Christ.
We find that Charlotte is dying from terminal cancer and DNA was /5. By devoutly reciting this prayer to the Blessed Virgin Mary for thirty days, we may mercifully hope to obtain our prayer intention. This prayer is recommended as a proper devotion for every day in Lent, and all the Fridays throughout the year.
Ever glorious and blessed Mary, Queen of Virgins. 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.
Below is the Litany of the Sacred Passion that is written by William G. Storey, a professor emeritus of Liturgy and Church History at the University of Notre Dame. Lord Jesus, at the Last Supper you knew that Judas, one of the Twelve, would betray you.
The Sacred Wounds of Jesus Christ. 1K likes. Jesus Himself is said to have revealed to Mary Martha Chambon the following two invocations, giving her the double mission to adore and invoke His Holy WouFollowers: 1K.
What is the passion of Christ. Many would say it is the period of intense suffering in the life of Jesus from the Garden of Gethsemane to the others, the passion of Christ evokes images of gruesome punishment depicted in movies such as Mel Gibson's The Passion of The Christ.
Certainly, these views are correct, but there is much more to the passion of Christ. In order to go to heaven and in order to worship Jesus Christ for the everlasting life, then I would like to talk to you before speaking about the passion before speaking about the passion of Jesus Christ, I would like to talk to you a little bit about what our tradition photos', she said.
he said that there are three differences between Jesus. O souls who love Jesus Christ, O souls who make a profession of spiritual life, and especially you, Spouses of Jesus Christ, consecrated to Him either through vows or by belonging to sacred Congregations, consider from all that has been said above, how much pleasure you give to the Most Holy Heart of Jesus by practicing these Hours of the Passion.
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I. Title. BTP57 —dc22 RRDC 14 13 12 11 10 09 08 07 06 05 04 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3File Size: KB. In Mel Gibson’s film, The Passion of The Christ, Mary was given towels by Pilate’s wife to wipe up Christ’s blood. This appeared to be something Claudia knew of in the Jewish law or tradition.
Does anyone have any knowledge of Jewish ritual in this regard? Possibly Mel Gibson was suggesting Claudia knew of God’s instructions in the book of Leviticus on the disposal of sacrificial blood?Get this from a library!
Phases of the sacred passion: a Lenten course. [William Graham, Rev.] -- Catholic pamphlet.