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The Passion of Jesus and Its Hidden Meaning: A Scriptural Commentary on the Passion

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The Passion of Jesus and Its Hidden Meaning: A Scriptural Commentary on the Passion

Rev. Fr. James Groenings

416 pp. paperback

The Passion of Jesus and Its Hidden Meaning shows how every person in the world, whether he realizes it or not, is personally involved in the sufferings and death of Jesus Christ. It was because of our sins, and the seriousness of these sins, that Our Lord underwent so cruel a torture. Using only classic Catholic Commentaries on the Scriptures, Fr. Groenings demonstrates the historical context and spiritual significance of each episode of the Passion of Jesus. From the Agony in the Garden through Our Lord's death and burial, every page of this book is replete with valuable lessons and superabundance of material for meditation and reflection. Drawing from both the Old and New Testaments, Fr. Groenings is able to illustrate the meaning of every event and episode, showing how to apply these lessons to our lives today. Far from being merely an act of unspeakable brutality, the Passion and death of Jesus Christ are shown to be the greatest proof of God's love and mercy to each of us.

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  1. Wonderful!

    Posted by Germaine on 24th Feb 2017

    This book is simply perfect for Lent, drawing one deeper into the Passion of Our Lord. Why did He retreat to the Garden of Olives? Why did He remain silent before Herod? Why did He cry out that God had abandoned Him? All this and more is explained as you take an in-depth look into both the human and the divine sufferings of Our Lord from the garden to the grave.


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