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Pray the Rosary with Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich

Do you know about Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich?
Incredibly, God gave this nun the special privilege of beholding innumerable Biblical events from Creation to Christ’s Passion and beyond. You may have already seen many of her visions, as depicted in Mel Gibson’s 2004 film The Passion of the Christ.
Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich’s visions of Christ’s Passion, Death, and Resurrection brought these events to life, cinematically, like never before.
So, I had an idea …
 
What if Emmerich’s visions could do the same for the Rosary?
Pray the Rosary like never before!
I just published this new book. There is a section for every mystery of the Rosary – Emmerich had a vision for every one.
Enter into the mysteries of the Rosary through the eyes of this 19th-century Catholic mystic: Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich.
Never before have Emmerich’s revelations been collected in a single volume to help you pray the Rosary. Emmerich was able to describe the events of the Rosary in intimate, exquisite detail.
Adding depth and texture to the Gospel accounts, these passages will greatly enhance your experience of the meditations of the Rosary. Enjoy!
So, who was Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich?

Who was Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich?

Anne Catherine Emmerich or Anna Katharina Emmerick was born on September 8, 1774 and died on February 9, 1824. Emmerich was an Augustinian nun, or more specifically, an Augustinian Canoness Regular of Windesheim. Emmerich was also a mystic, visionary, and stigmatist.
Emmerich was a stigmatist, meaning she experienced the stigmata — the wounds of Christ’s Passion and Crucifixion — on her body. She experienced bleeding from her hands and feet periodically from 1813-1818.
The Blessed Virgin Mary gave to Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich visions of the life and passion of Jesus Christ.
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