Re: Catherine Emmerich, Vol.4-Re: [anthroposophy] A question of sources
- There are several sources. Keyword search Catherine Emmerich and several sites will come up that sell the books. The one I used was sacramentals.comJeff----- Original Message -----From: elaine uptonSent: Monday, April 16, 2001 10:06 AMSubject: Catherine Emmerich, Vol.4-Re: [anthroposophy] A question of sourcesHello Jeff,
Great build up for Catherine Emmerich on the vol. 4 of her vision of christ.
But where can this be found? A website? Address? Or hard copy somewhere?
Happy Easter week,
I have a copy of 'The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ' if this is
the volume of which everyone is speaking.
I purchased my copy from a Catholic bookstore. You may want to try there if
you have one nearby. The publisher of my copy is:
Tan Books and Publishers, Inc.
Rockford, Ill. 61105
----- Original Message -----
From: elaine upton <elaineupton@...>
Sent: Monday, April 16, 2001 1:06 PM
Subject: Catherine Emmerich, Vol.4-Re: [anthroposophy] A question of sources
> Hello Jeff,
> Great build up for Catherine Emmerich on the vol. 4 of her vision of
> But where can this be found? A website? Address? Or hard copy somewhere?
> Happy Easter week,
> >From: "jeff auen" <pacbay@...>
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> >I must add something else. On the reminder of Steven Cosgrove, I finally
> >went to Vol.4 of Catherine Emmerich's 4 volume set on the Life of Jesus
> >Christ as revealed to her in constant visions throughout her life. This
> >last volume is a absolute must for anyone who thinks or feels they knows
> >the last days of Jesus life on earth, His battles and passion and
> >and work after the resurrection. It is a very hard read but paints a
> >detailed picture of Jesus unlike anything we have available, even in AP.
> >some regards, this is the Fifth Gospel or rather a necessary adjacent to
> >Steiner's "Fifth Gospel". She even presents the first detailed
> >of His appearance and physical attributes. Its a very provocative source.
> >Though Steiner may be more "objective" and cosmic, in sense, hers is far
> >more intimate and human.
> >Jeff Auen
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> > Subject: Re: [anthroposophy] A question of sources
> > "I have one!" wrote:
> > > Which of Steiner's writings are the best sources for his spiritual
> > > insights into the reality of Jesus?
> > "The Christian Mysteries" is very good. (it is still in print)
> > Also Emil Bock's "The Three Years."
> > Morgan
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- I purchased my 4 volumes of Anne Catherine Emmerich's "The Life of Jesus
Christ" from Tan Publishers in Rockford, Ilinois. (About 4 years ago).
- --- In anthroposophy@y..., "elaine upton" <elaineupton@h...> wrote:
> Hello Jeff,of christ.
> Great build up for Catherine Emmerich on the vol. 4 of her vision
> But where can this be found? A website? Address? Or hard copysomewhere?
>I would like to know more also.
> Happy Easter week,
But now, about your name "Elaine Upton". Really got my interest.
When I was younger I had two girlfriends with the name "Elaine". And
I used to live in a town named "Upton". Hmmmmmm.
Somehow I've got to find a way to change my name fro "I Have One!" to
my more usual handle "My Subconscious Self".