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The Life and Revelations of St. Gertrude the Great

A Classic from the Middle Ages Revealing the Love and Mercy of Jesus Toward Souls

by St. Gertrude the Great and the Religious of Her Monastery

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  • 14 Currently reading

Published by Tan Books & Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian Life - Inspirational - Catholic,
  • Christian Theology - Catholic,
  • Christianity - History - Catholic,
  • Catholic church,
  • Mysticism,
  • Religion - Classic Works,
  • Religion - Catholicism,
  • Christianity - Theology - Catholic

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages545
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8251766M
    ISBN 100895556995
    ISBN 109780895556998
    OCLC/WorldCa52778218

    Of charity towards an erring brother. That frequent Communion is agreeable to God. How God bears with our defects--Instruction on humility. I purchased it sight unseen and two weeks later I had my other treasure, the sepia image of Saint Gertrude. Gertrude the Great actually open a window onto Heaven, where we can see the specific ways in which prayer, good works and liturgical celebrations on earth have very definite effects in Heaven-among the Saints and Angels and even with God Himself.

    This sepia print in an old frame adorns one of the walls of the room where our son, an FSSP priest, says Holy Mass when he is home for a visit. The Saint obtains favourable weather--Miracles mentioned in her Office --Union of her will with God's--Counsels others --Desired to write her revelations--Her sanctity revealed to St. Gertrude the Great actually open a window onto Heaven, where we can see the specific ways in which prayer, good works and liturgical celebrations on earth have very definite effects in Heaven-among the Saints and Angels and even with God Himself. Availability:: In stock and ships within 24 hours. Gertrude, I very much doubt I would be here on the world-wide web or even a believing Catholic. With what confidence we should have recourse to God in all our needs and temptations.

    Books 3, 4, and 5 were written by another nun, or possibly more than one, during Gertrude's lifetime and probably at least in part at her dictation. She receives the gift of tears, and is warned of the snares which the demon has laid for her. So like no other Saint she has won my heart because hers is so irretrievably bonded to His, much like Our Lady's although never as sublime nor as perfect, but as close as close can get. Favours granted to the Saint during the recital of the Divine Office. In the yeara most extraordinary gentleman from Connecticut contacted me about two books by St. Gertrude is the one who carries the extraordinary title The Great.


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The Life and Revelations of St. Gertrude the Great book

Gertrude the Great actually open a window onto Heaven, where we can see the specific ways in which prayer, good works and liturgical celebrations on earth have very definite effects in Heaven-among the Saints and Angels and even with God Himself.

Gertrude the Great form one of the classics of Catholic writing. Gertrude the Great actually open a window onto Heaven, where we can see the specific ways in which prayer, good works and liturgical celebrations on earth have very definite effects in Heaven-among the Saints and Angels and even with God Himself.

Recorded here are St. Life[ edit ] Little is known of the early life of Gertrude. John replied that this revelation had been reserved for subsequent ages when the world, having grown cold, would have need of it to rekindle its love.

Moreover, the Revelations of St. She had it stored in her basement in California, in a frame and it was available for sale.

Life & Revelations of Saint Gertrude the Great

So fragile was she at birth, that the attendants, fearing she might die unbaptized, hurried her off to the priest who was just then preparing to say Mass. So like no other Saint she has won my heart because hers is so irretrievably bonded to His, much like Our Lady's although never as sublime nor as perfect, but as close as close can get.

Augustinethe Pseudo-DionysiusSt. Reparation for the fall of a Host, which it was feared had been consecrated. See our disclaimer The Revelations of St. PAGE 1. When the saint understood that the book would tend to God's Glory, she ceased to be troubled, and even corrected the manuscript herself.

John Eudes Another female religious St. That our prayers are certainly heard, even though we do not perceive their effect; and how to supply for our unworthiness in approaching Holy Communion through the merits of Jesus Christ and His saints.

Of the effects of prayer in adversity. Moreover, the Revelations of St. Of charity towards an erring brother. Gertrude--Her ardent desire to be comformed in all things to the will of God.

To her Dante addresses himself; she it is who initiates him into secrets, which it is not given to Virgil to penetrate, and it is to her that Beatrice refers Dante in the words: "Entreat Matilda that she teach thee this.

With what confidence we should have recourse to God in all our needs and temptations. Boccaccio tells how, a few years after the death of Mechtilde, the book of her revelations was brought to Florence and popularized under the title of La Laude di donna Matelda.Oct 01,  · Read "The Life and Revelations of Saint Gertrude the Great" by St.

Gertrude the Great available from Rakuten Kobo. OUR LORD revealed that the place on earth where He most delighted to be, after the Blessed Sacrament, was "in the h Brand: TAN Books. The Revelations of St. Gertrude the Great form one of the classics of Catholic writing.

And although they would have to be classified as "mystical literature," their message is clear and obvious, for this book states many of the secrets of Heaven in terms that all can hildebrandsguld.com: Jun 28,  · It was said that after the Blessed Sacrament, the Lord was most pleased to dwell in the heart and soul of this saint.

As a result St. Gertrude the Great ( - ), is only one that has the name 'great' in her title. A classic of Catholic literature, this book records the life and the revelations of St. Gertrude, a German Benedictine hildebrandsguld.coming System: ANDROID. Life and Revelations of St Gertrude the Great book.

Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. OUR LORD revealed that the place on ea /5.

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pgs. Paperback. The Revelations of St. Gertrude the Great form one of the classics of Catholic writing. And although they would have to be classified as “mystical literature,” their message is clear and obvious, for this book states many of the secrets of Heaven in.

The Revelations of St. Gertrude the Great form one of the classics of Catholic writing. And although they would have to be classified as "mystical literature," their message is clear and obvious, for this book states many of the secrets of Heaven in terms that all can understand.

Recorded here are St. Gertrude's many conversations with Our Lord /5(23).