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The Life of the Blessed Virgin Mary
by Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich

6. NAZARETH. ST. ANNE AND HER MAID BRING FOOD TO THE HOLY FAMILY.




[February 27 ^th:] This evening I saw Anna and her eldest her house to Nazareth with the maidservant who was related to her--the one she had left with the Blessed Virgin in Bethlehem after Christ's birth. The maid had a bundle hanging at her side, and carried a basket on her head and another in her hand. They were round baskets, and you could see through one of them. There were birds in them. They were taking provisions to Mary, who did no house-keeping and was provided for by Anna.











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