Life of the Venerable Elizabeth Canori Mora, Tr. from the Ital. by Lady Herbert [Mora, Maria Elisabetta C. G.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Life of the Venerable Elizabeth Canori Mora, Tr. from the Ital. by Lady HerbertAuthor: Maria Elisabetta C. G. Mora. Life Of The Venerable Elizabeth Canori Mora () [Herbert, Mary Elizabeth] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Life Of The Venerable Elizabeth Canori Mora ()Author: Mary Elizabeth Herbert. Life of the Venerable Elizabeth Canori Mora tr. from the Ital. by lady Herbert Published by R. Washbourne in London. Elisabetta was born of noble and well-off family In the historical center of Rome, in via Tor dei Conti, not far from the Coliseum, on Novem She was the daughter of Tommaso and Teresa Primoli. Her family was well off, of deep Christian convictions and diligent in the education of.
The prophecies of Bl. Elizabeth Canori-Mora () concerning the future persecution of a pope have some interesting affinities with the rather profound words of Pope Benedict XVI at his inaugural address: " Pray for me, that I may not flee for fear of the wolves". (See the full text of the Holy Father's inaugural address here).These words appear to reference Jesus' prophecy of the Author: Emmett O'regan. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Life of the Venerable Elizabeth Canori Mora () by Mary Elizabeth Herbert (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Elizabeth Canori-Mora made a prophecy back in the 19th century. “Woe to the religious who does not observe his rule! I say the same to the secular clergy and to all people in the world who give themselves to a life of pleasure and who believe in the false maxims of modern ideas.”. Life of the Venerable Elizabeth Canori Mora () by Mary Elizabeth Herbert, , available at Book Depository with free delivery : Mary Elizabeth Herbert.
Although Elizabeth Canori Mora died on February 5, , her revelations seem directed more to our days than her own. Nineteenth century man would have difficulty believing that humanity could have sunk as low as it now has, and thus may not have understood the severity of her predictions. 2. Venerable Elizabeth Canori-Mora (19th century, Italy) Blessed Elizabeth Canori Mora 3 was born in and lived in Italy until her saintly death in Thanks to her confessor, her revelations were preserved in hundreds of pages of her own writings. Blessed Elizabeth Canori Mora was born in and lived in Italy until her saintly death in On instructions from her confessor, she wrote down her revelations which fill hundreds of. Blessed Elizabeth Canori Mora. Elizabeth Canori Mora was born in Rome on 21 November to Tommaso and Teresa Primoli. Her family was well-off, profoundly Christian and diligent in the education of their children.