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

3. REVELATIONS OF THE BIRTH TO THE KINSWOMEN AND FRIENDS OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN.




I saw last night that Noemi, the teacher of the Blessed Virgin, and the prophetess Anna, and the aged Simeon in the Temple, and the Blessed Virgin's mother, Anna, in Nazareth, and Elizabeth in Juttah, all had visions and revelations about the birth of the Savior. I saw the child John, in Elizabeth's house, moved by wonderful joy. Though they all saw and recognized Mary in these visions, they did not know where the miracle had taken place, not even Elizabeth. Anna alone knew that Bethlehem was the place of salvation.











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