Mystic Maria Valtorta
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(10-16-2009, 08:39 AM)Valz Wrote:
(10-16-2009, 08:33 AM)HotCoffee Wrote: That was the point I was trying to make.  After the Beatification and Canonization, Divine Mercy was recognized, although it was never formally removed from the Index.

You seem to be dancing around the issue. St. Faustina has been beatified and canonized and her work recognized and approved. People who like Valtorta are praying for that to happen, but it hasn't. That one Bishop has given her work an imprimatur doesn't really amounts to much.

Has there been a statement from any Pope that speaks favorably of Valtorta?


Valz

In addition to the Supreme Papal Imprimatur by Pope Pius XII and Bishop Roman Danylak (Titular Bishop of Rome), there is Archbishop Soosa Pakiam of Trivandrum (for the Malayalam translation prepared in India. Note: If the Vatican thought that the Archbishop of India made an error in judgment, it would have him remove his Imprimatur. Nonetheless, the Vatican has let his Imprimatur stand).  All the Poem books in India have the Archbishop’s Imprimatur pasted to the inside cover.

Furthermore there are Imprimaturs and Nihil Obstats from Msgr. Luigi Lovazzano, Vicar-General, Albano, Italy and Bishop Bonicilli.

Pope Paul VI wrote a complimentary letter with Vatican seal for "The Virgin Mary In The Writings of Maria Valtorta", which is pasted in the inside cover.  Pope John Paul II Beatified Blessed Gabriel Allegra, OFM, who was an extremely outspoken Valtorta advocate.

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(10-16-2009, 09:06 AM)HotCoffee Wrote: Furthermore there are Imprimaturs and Nihil Obstats from Msgr. Luigi Lovazzano, Vicar-General, Albano, Italy and Bishop Bonicilli.

Can you scan this Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur from the front page of a printed volume?
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(10-16-2009, 09:56 AM)glgas Wrote:
(10-16-2009, 09:06 AM)HotCoffee Wrote: Furthermore there are Imprimaturs and Nihil Obstats from Msgr. Luigi Lovazzano, Vicar-General, Albano, Italy and Bishop Bonicilli.

Can you scan this Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur from the front page of a printed volume?

That information came from Shroud Researcher Brendan Whiting’s book: “The Shroud Story”, it is likely that they are in the Italian versions of the Poem.

"Valtorta’s Poema received Nihil Obstat from Msgr. Luigi Lovazzano, Vicar-General, Albano, Italy, and Imprimaturs from Bishop Bonicilli, from the same diocese, and
from Bishop Danylak, the Titular Bishop of Nysea, Rome."

Brendan Whiting’s landmark book proved that the 1988 radio carbon date to the 14th century was incorrect.  Whiting said his motivation for relentlessly pursuing the authenticity of the Shroud was due to Valtorta’s writings.

http://www.advancedchristianity.com/Dati...ritics.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brendan_Whiting

http://www.cathnews.com/article.aspx?aeid=3986

http://www.catholicculture.org/news/feat...cnum=46218

http://www.catholicweekly.com.au/article.php?classID=1&subclassID=2&articleID=2372&class=News&subclass=National


Another Shroud researcher, Monsignor Vincenzo Cerri noticed that the correlations between Valtorta’s texts and recent Shroud discoveries were becoming too numerous to be coincidental. Hence, Cerri wrote a 231 page book with 61 illustrations "The Holy Shroud and the Visions of Maria Valtorta" carefully detailing the exactness of Valtorta’s text to Shroud analysis.

http://www.shroud.com/booklist.htm

Shroud scholar Professor Lorenzo Ferri gained Vatican permission to examine the Shroud for his sculpture of Jesus, as well as incorporating descriptions from his personal meetings with Maria Valtorta.

http://www.shroud.com/pdfs/n51part4.pdf

http://www.bardstown.com/~brchrys/Corberti.htm

http://www.valtorta.com/other_books_dvds...ltpage.asp

Maria Valtorta is the only Gospel visionary to see Jesus with blonde hair and blue eyes. This was later confirmed by Dr. Gilbert Lavoie, when reviewing the evidence of the Shroud in 1999. Dr. Lavoie made an intriguing discovery, that the image in the Shroud depicts light blond hair.

http://www.holyspiritinteractive.net/col...fturin.asp

Remarkably, in 1964, a tablet from Pontius Pilate to Tiberius Caesar was recovered in a archeological find (preserved in Congressional Library in Washington, D.C.) which describes Jesus' physical appearance. It describes Jesus as having golden colored hair. Another unearthed description by Publius Lentrelus describes Jesus' eyes as bright blue.

http://www.thenazareneway.com/likeness_o...aviour.htm

http://www.mariavaltortawebring.com/Page...arance.htm

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#84
A hearty thanks to HotCoffee for proving my point.

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