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Early life[ edit ] Birthplace of Anne Catherine Emmerich in Coesfeld-Flamschen Emmerich was born into a family of poor farmers and had nine brothers and sisters. From an early age, she helped with the house and farm work.
Her schooling was rather brief, but all those who knew her noticed that she felt drawn to prayer from an early age. The following year, Emmerich took her religious vows. At times, her zeal and strict adherence to rules disturbed some of the more tepid sisters, who were puzzled by her weak health and religious ecstasies. The parish priest called in two doctors to examine her. When word of the phenomenon spread three months later, he notified the vicar general.
With the news causing considerable talk in the town, the ecclesiastical authorities conducted a lengthy investigation. Many doctors wished to examine the case, and although efforts were made to discourage the curious, there were visitors whose rank or status gained them entry. While many in the community viewed the stigmata as real, others considered Emmerich an impostor conspiring with her associates to perpetrate a fraud.
In August , the civil authorities intervened and moved Emmerich to a different house, where she was kept under observation for three weeks. The members of the commission could find no evidence of fraud and were divided in their opinions.
Visions and inspirations[ edit ] Emmerich said that as a child she had visions in which she talked with Jesus, saw the souls in Purgatory , and witnessed the core of the Holy Trinity in the form of three concentric, interpenetrating full spheres. The largest but dimmest of the spheres represented the Father core, the medium sphere the Son core, and the smallest and brightest sphere the Holy Spirit core.
Emmerich had many mystical visions which she spoke about. Some say she was seeing the legendary spiritual fortress of Shambala Eastern tradition , or the Magical City of Luz Hebrew Tradition , basically a place found in many ancient traditions where those who are immortal, or special in such a way, go. Because Emmerich only spoke the Westphalian dialect , Brentano could not transcribe her words directly, and often could not even take notes in her presence,  so he would quickly write in standard German when he returned to his own apartment a set of notes based on what he remembered of the conversations he had with Emmerich.
The book was published posthumously in in Munich. In , a large illustrated edition followed. Schmoger also penned a biography of Anne Catherine Emmerich in two volumes that has been republished in English language editions. The Vatican does not endorse the authenticity of the books written by Brentano. The "Dolorous Passion" is claimed to reveal a "clear antisemitic strain throughout",  with Brentano writing that Emmerich believed that "Jews There is a serious problem of authenticity".
He was not taken seriously at first, but sister Marie de Mandat-Grancey persisted until two other priests followed the same path and confirmed the finding. However, in the Vatican suspended the process when it was suspected that Clemens Brentano had fabricated some of the material that appeared in the books he wrote, and had attributed to Emmerich. Therefore, they were simply discarded completely from all the work for the cause".
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