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Deo Gratias. In Maria Valtorta's Work is found a reconstruction that is so accurate and rich in historical, geographical, and human facts about the Public Life of Jesus, that it is impossible to explain — especially if one considers that it came forth from the pen of a woman who was ignorant of these subjects and of theology, who was not familiar with the Holy Land, and who did not have any books to consult, lying sick and immobilized on a bed in Viareggio, on the Gothic Line, during the war's most ferocious months. Three additional topics are also included: Myralyn - - May 6, Subject: Kiss My bleeding hand and be vigilant when meditating on Me, the Redeemer. Still living in Florence, in , [while walking with her mother], a revolutionary struck the back of the young woman, who happened to be there by chance, thus establishing the conditions for her subsequent immobility. But above all, the Giant — Who runs through these pages and Who fascinates by means of power, goodness, and beauty; Who inspires, by means of words and actions — is precisely that Jesus of Nazareth of Whom the Gospels speak.
I have read all of the volumes many, many times, and have read them out loud from beginning to end to my children.
I've also been fortunate enough to acquire copies of the Notebooks, and several other Valtorta books. The Lord also made it possible for me to help in the project a bit, because I was asked to translate Maria Valtorta's "Prayers" from French into English.
Deo Gratias. For those who don't know, there are quite a few more books circulating which have information not contained in Poem. A web search will help reveal what is available. Finally, for the nay-sayers - Maria Valtorta's cause has been accepted by the "Congregation for the Causes of Saints". ElizabethAnnVendal - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - May 9, Subject: Poem of the Man God I can't begin to say what these books have done for my spiritual growth.
The heart of the Law is in these books. And the way to freedom is in these books as are in our gospels. These books made me take a very hard look at myself and humbled me. Mary's and Joseph's "yes" in the face of doubt.
The humility of those entrusted with God made man is astounding. Humility vs. Conquering the very first sin. Exposing Love in it's truest form. Combating everything that modern society uses to allure the masses. Some of the lowest ratings will come from the theologians. My opinion is this: Does it humble you? Does it bring a desire in your heart to be a truer Christian?
This book will do that for you. I can't give it five stars. I would give it Read it! Live it! And love the Word of God! Guy Gruters - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - March 20, Subject: I have read all five volumes more than ten times I completely agree with the "Description.
I also would give anything to see each person on earth read this work. Please do not listen to the detractors. No new teachings, just those of the Bible, but so beautifully explained. And like the Bible, each time you read them, they become even more beautiful. Massimo Bozzi - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - January 15, Subject: The Poem of the Man God. The greatest set of books ever written! Good men gravitate to the writings of those among us who have earned a reputation for wisdom.
To ignore the contribution of Maria Valtorta is a testament to our present moral depravity.
She wrote under the weight of an excruciating physical and emotional affliction. I consider it a privilege to have read and reread this Work. It is, in my opinion, one of the strongest proofs that God still acts among us! Anila Korbi - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - October 18, Subject: A life-changer! A gift from Heaven! It sort of allows one to travel back in time and space and be thus able to firsthand see and hear Jesus walking and preaching years ago in Palestine.
I can't see how a true lover of Christ may want to waste such a unique time-travel opportunity with their Beloved! Access Volume 4 The Volume 4 link has been repaired and is now accessible. Joshua Borchert - favorite favorite favorite favorite favorite - June 22, Subject: It changed my life! I originally read it as a skeptic, I realized no one could write such a work, with 8, cross references to the Bible, a knowledge of the Holy Land, it was written out of order!
Myralyn - - May 6, Subject: Where is Volume 4? I couldn't read nor download Volume 4 there is a notification on the said volume: Changed my life Let me honestly say these books changed my life. In them you see Jesus in such a simple, human, and understandable way, that it is impossible not want to follow such a person. But we shall remain for ever united through the miracle that I will now work. Prologue to the Passion.
Although this evening you are like one who is about to breathe his last, come, so that I may lead you towards My sufferings. Long is the way we shall have to cover together, because I was not spared any sorrow: If you laid your lips on Mine, you would taste the bitterness that they still retain of so much sorrow. If you could see My Human nature in its appearance, which is now refulgent, you would see that that refulgence emanates from the countless wounds that like a garment of living purple covered My limbs, lacerated, exsanguinated, beaten, pierced for your sake.
My Human nature is now refulgent. But one day it was like that of a leper, so fiercely it had been struck and humiliated. The Man-God, Who had in Himself the perfection of physical handsomeness, being the Son of God and of the Immaculate Woman, to those who cast loving, curious, or scornful, or evil glances at Him, seemed a "worm", as David says, the scorn of mankind, the jest of people Psalm As I am the Merciful One, I shall be able to put also the scented honey of more serene contemplations before your lips, poisoned by My sorrow.
But you must still prefer these ones, smeared with blood, because it is through them that you have the Life, and you will be able to take the Life to other people.
Kiss My bleeding hand and be vigilant when meditating on Me, the Redeemer. After rising from the dead, Jesus appears to His Mother, Mary. All rights reserved in all Countries. The Hidden Life: Maria Valtorta was born on the 14th of March In the spring of , 'during a tremendous period of desperation and desire', the Lord attracted her to Himself by means of a dream which was to remain 'vivid' in Maria throughout her life. But her withdrawal from the world was still remote.
In an act of thoughtless violence marked the beginning of her gradual immolation: In the meantime she matured the decision to offer herself as victim of the divine Justice.
From April she was no longer able to leave her bed It was in that she was visited by a pious missionary, Fr. Romuald Migliorini who was her spiritual director for four years; at his request in , she agreed to write her Autobiography. Prodded by supernatural impulse on Good Friday, the 23rd of April of the same , she began writing the 'dictations': Mostly the notebooks written by Maria Valtorta concern the life of Jesus: The Poem of the Man-God. She died in and in with civil and ecclesiastic permission her mortal remains were transferred to the Capitular Chapel in the Grand Cloister of the Basilica of the Most Holy Annunciation in Florence, where the tomb of Maria Valtorta is still venerated.
It is a gospel which neither substitutes nor changes the Gospel, but rather narrates it, integrating and illuminating it, with the declared purpose of reviving in men's hearts the love for Christ and His Mother.
It was 'revealed' to Maria Valtorta, called 'Little John', to place her close to the Evangelist who was the favourite disciple.
On Feb. Corrado M. The half-page of Italian is followed by 6 pages of English translation. Special Note: Gabriel M. Allegra, O. Allegra is highly revered by Chinese Catholics for being the very first to translate the entire Catholic Bible into Chinese for every one person who speaks English, there are five who speak Chinese. The cause for Fr. He was declared venerable by the Holy See in and. Vatican Website Translation: The entire book divides seven parts: First "retires the life" 43 to translate into Chinese,.
The hope translates in addition part is published one after another, assists the God subjects to appreciate the gospel the information. Antonio Socci. Antonio Socci is a leading Italian journalist, author, and public intellectual in Italy. He has his own television show, which he hosts, and is a prominent media personality, especially for topics on the Catholic Church.
He has regularly held press conferences for cardinals including Cardinal Ratzinger and Cardinal Bertone.
For this English translation of that article given below, we thank Catherine Loft. A Wonderful Gift.
It's a paradox, but modern "non-believers" seem literally fascinated by Jesus of Nazareth. Ernst Renan calls Him "a man who is incomparable, and great, to such a point that I would not feel like contradicting those who call Him God.
Another "anti-Christian" intellectual, Paul Louis Couchoud, admitted: His dimensions are beyond comparison; His level of grandeur is hardly conceivable. The history of the West — from the Roman Empire onwards — is ordered around one central fact, one event-generator: Everything else came forth from that, or adapted itself to it. Everything that has been done in the West for so many centuries has been done in the gigantic shadow of the Cross. And so much do men greatly desire to learn more, that often writers, filmmakers, and intellectuals give free rein to their imagination in order to fabricate fables about the Gospels; to invent theories, or often lies; and maybe even to produce films, television series, or theatre — usually of a low-level — but which reap a large audience, because — as the Church says — "the whole world seeks His Face.
The Gospels, in fact, are chronicles that are rather sparse, containing the necessary and essential facts, but leaving much to the imagination.
Saint John concludes his own Gospel, in fact, with this: It was for our own generation that this exceptional gift was given.
It is a work in ten volumes, about 5, pages — literally overwhelming — where is re-lived, day by day, as though broadcast live, the adventure of Jesus of Nazareth, the God-Man who overturned human history.
These pages are the fruit of several years of mystical experiences, in which Jesus literally made those days of two thousand years ago come back to life again for the visionary, just as if she had been there at that time; indeed, even more so because she also sees and hears things in those days that the apostles themselves were not able to see, know, and relate such as the entire, long path of Judas's going astray from the beginning, which was known only by Jesus, Who tried in every way and with a love unheard of, for three years, to save him.
But who is Maria Valtorta? She was born on March 14, Beginning in , the Valtorta family was living in Florence.
Still living in Florence, in , [while walking with her mother], a revolutionary struck the back of the young woman, who happened to be there by chance, thus establishing the conditions for her subsequent immobility. In fact, after various painful experiences from April 1, , until her death on October 12, , she spent twenty-seven-and-a-half years "nailed" to her bed: For this reason, fifty years after her death, the number of those who await the opening of her beatification process is ever increasing.
Valtorta was a lady of strong character — greatly reasonable and practical, in no way inclined towards fantastical suggestions — who never desired nor sought after mystical experiences.
The supernatural phenomena began in , just when she thought she would not make it anymore and was close to death. From to — by means of many successive visions — Maria Valtorta re-lived the whole history of Jesus, relating every episode and even describing smells and the wind. These are exceptional pages, which practically contain all four Gospels and fill in missing periods, solving so many enigmatic points or apparent contradictions. Reading these pages is not only an extraordinary adventure for the mind since it reveals everything you would want to know and illuminates every truth, but it also changes your heart and changes your life.
Above all, it confirms the veracity of all the dogmas and teachings of the Church, of St. John, St. Paul, and of all the Councils. For twenty years, after having laboriously stumbled through trying to read hundreds of biblical scholars' volumes, I can say that — with the reading of the Work of Valtorta — two hundred years of Enlightenment-based, idealistic, and modernist chatter about the Gospels and about the Life of Jesus can be run through the shredder.
And this perhaps is one of the reasons why this exceptional work — a work which moved even Pius XII — is still ignored and "repressed" by the official intelligentsia and by clerical modernism.
In spite of that, outside the normal channels of distribution, thanks to Emilio Pisani and Centro Editoriale Valtortiano, the Work has been read by a sea of people — every year, by tens of thousands of new readers — and has been translated into 21 languages. A renowned Biblical scholar, [Blessed] Gabriel Allegra, has described it as "a masterpiece of world-wide Christian literature.
Also significantly emblematic is the judgment which was expressed in by the Jesuit, Father Augustine Bea, an authority in the field of exegesis, as the Rector of the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome, where, several years later, Carlo Maria Martini succeeded him. Bea was also a prominent personage of the Church because, after having been the confessor of Pope Pius XII, he became a cardinal and was one of the main protagonists of the Second Vatican Council. Thus, in , he wrote that he had examined an extract of the Work, "…paying particular attention in my reading to the exegetical, historical, archeological, and topographical parts.
Here is his judgment: I was, moreover, very impressed by the fact that the archeological and topographical descriptions were propounded with remarkable exactness. In Maria Valtorta's Work is found a reconstruction that is so accurate and rich in historical, geographical, and human facts about the Public Life of Jesus, that it is impossible to explain — especially if one considers that it came forth from the pen of a woman who was ignorant of these subjects and of theology, who was not familiar with the Holy Land, and who did not have any books to consult, lying sick and immobilized on a bed in Viareggio, on the Gothic Line, during the war's most ferocious months.
There are thousands of pages, overflowing with information and with the loftiest reflections and meditations; with geographical descriptions which only today, by going onsite, would be able to be done. There are hundreds of topographical names and details and of descriptions of places, which were unknown to everyone and which only the latest research and archaeological excavations have brought to light.
Maria Valtorta's Work is, in truth, inexplicable by merely human means. Even the literary style is very lofty and profound. But above all, the Giant — Who runs through these pages and Who fascinates by means of power, goodness, and beauty; Who inspires, by means of words and actions — is precisely that Jesus of Nazareth of Whom the Gospels speak.
The world had not seen — nor will ever see — anything comparable. Originally published in "Libero" , t his has been translated from the original Italian by Catherine Loft. July 1, His Excellency Most Rev. Ayo-Maria Atoyebi, O. June 17, The Lord gave him the task of receiving and making known the Devotion to the Precious Blood. The handbook of prayers and instructions was given by our Lord for you.
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The spiral comb binding makes the prayers easier to read, by making the book open flat to free your hands. Softcover, pages. The Most Holy Spirit, the Author, says: Visions of the early Christian martyrs. Jesus teaches on many topics confronting our world. The Eucharist as the greatest miracle. Some chapter headings: A vision of Diomedes and the Martyrs.
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