The Mystical City of God

The Mystical City of God

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Pages: 794
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Uncover the captivating mysteries of the Blessed Virgin Mary with The Mystical City of God by Venerable Mary of Agreda. This highly acclaimed abridged edition of her monumental, four-volume work is overflowing with fascinating information about our Lord and Lady, including their lives prior to the New Testament, Lucifer's rebellion in the form of Satan, and so much more. Learn about the real meanings behind passages from the Bible and explore Christ's hidden life like never before.

This book has been acclaimed by popes, cardinals and theologians as one of the greatest Catholic books ever written. Reveal that St. Joseph ate meat while Our Lord and Our lady seldom did and make Christ's hidden life come alive – all within this one must-have Franciscan Marian Library edition! Plus, you'll also learn about interesting topics such as locations in hell, ripples in heaven, secrets of Adam's temptation, effects of original sin on creation, nature's miracles through Jesus’ power and much more — all guaranteed to expand your knowledge base when it comes to the foundation blocks of Christianity.
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Ven. Mary of Agreda

Mary of Agreda was a Franciscan abbess and spiritual writer, known especially for her extensive correspondence with King Philip IV of Spain and reports of her bilocation between Spain and its colonies in New Spain (now New Mexico and Texas). She was a noted mystic of her era. A member of the Order of the Immaculate Conception, also known as Conceptionists, Mary of Jesus wrote fourteen books, including a series of revelations about the life of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Her bilocation activity is said to have occurred between her cloistered monastery in rural Spain and the Jumano Indians of central New Mexico and West Texas, and inspired many Franciscan missionaries in the New World. In popular culture since the 17th century, she has been dubbed the Lady in Blue and the Blue Nun, after the color of her order's habit.

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