Tabernacle with Scenes from the Passion of Christ 1494

Tabernacle with Scenes from the Passion of Christ 1494

"Oh, if all were to know how beautiful Jesus is, how loving He is! They would all die of love. And yet, how is it that He is so little loved?"  -St Gemma Galgani

"Oh, if all were to know how beautiful Jesus is, how loving He is! They would all die of love. And yet, how is it that He is so little loved?" -St Gemma Galgani

Crucifix in the Giannini household that miraculously came alive and embraced St. Gemma

Crucifix in the Giannini household that miraculously came alive and embraced St. Gemma

Gemma Galgani from Lucca, most pure virgin, being in her twenty-fifth year, died of consumption, but was more consumed by the fire of divine love than by her wasting disease. On the eleventh of April, 1903, the vigil of Easter, her soul took its flight to the bosom of her heavenly Spouse. O beautiful soul, in the company of the Angels!” - inscription on the marble tablet that covers Saint Gemma Galgani’s remains in the chapel of the Passionist Sisters in Lucca

Gemma Galgani from Lucca, most pure virgin, being in her twenty-fifth year, died of consumption, but was more consumed by the fire of divine love than by her wasting disease. On the eleventh of April, 1903, the vigil of Easter, her soul took its flight to the bosom of her heavenly Spouse. O beautiful soul, in the company of the Angels!” - inscription on the marble tablet that covers Saint Gemma Galgani’s remains in the chapel of the Passionist Sisters in Lucca

St. Gemma Galgani (1878-1903) One of the best documented cases of the stigmata

St. Gemma Galgani (1878-1903) One of the best documented cases of the stigmata

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