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The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ is an account of the events leading up to the crucifixion of Christ, dictated by a 19th-century German stigmatic and visionary, Anne Catherine Emmerich. Emmerich was nearly illiterate, so she dictated the text to the poet Clemens Brentano. The narrative contains many small details that do not occur in the Gospel narratives, and the sublime poetics and lofty imagery in the book have led scholars to suspect that Brentano may have embellished Anne’s descriptions as he write them down. This account of Anne's visions should therefore be appreciated for its meditative worth rather than for its historical accuracy.

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  • JESSICA
  • 17-08-20

Amazing account of our Lord’s passion

This is an amazing story. The voice was nice and calming but many words were mispronounced as if he was unaware. This continued the the whole book. I believe chapter 17 was omitted completely. It is another chapter he reads and then returns to 18. This should to fixed. That was an important chapter. Otherwise, I throughly enjoyed it.

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  • E. Manwaring
  • 01-04-21

Wonderful for Meditation on the Passion of Christ

Catherine Emmerich's visions were extraordinary and vivid. They provide detail of the final days of Jesus' life which is useful for meditation and reflection. I highly recommend this book. The actor reading on this version has a pleasant voice, but unfortunately mispronounces many key names and terms which is distracting and irritating, as they are commonly known and it would have been simple to check the correct pronounciation. Despite this minor annoyance, I would still recommend this as an easily digestible way to meditate on Jesus' passion.