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The Nativity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, from the Meditations of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich, translated by George Richardson (London: Burns & Oates; New York, Cincinnati, Chicago: Benziger Brothers, 1899). With Imprimatur.
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- [N.B., This account, though neither public revelation nor history, may aid us when reflecting on Christian mystery and in deepening our love for God. As stated in the work: “The statements made by Sister Emmerich must be regarded only as those of a devout Nun, and must not be confounded with statements of facts supported by the testimony of the Church.”]
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“His nature is, from the first, divine, and yet he did not see, in the rank of Godhead, a prize to be coveted; he dispossessed himself, and took the nature of a slave, fashioned in the likeness of men, and presenting himself to us in human form” (Philippians ii, 6-7)