This is the new English Second Edition of Maria Valtorta's extraordinary revelations on the Gospels, now with the new title The Gospel as Revealed to Me. This new edition is in 10 volumes and is in softcover. This edition features 40% thinner volumes compared to the previous volumes, larger print, more descriptive chapter titles, some minor rewording and typo fixes, a more attractive book cover design, an entirely new chapter drawn from one of her other works, and some chapter rearrangements.
2012 SB Each volume 500-553p.
$170 for Volumes 1-5 $340 for Volumes 1-10
Contains dictations and meditations from Jesus, Mary, God the Father and the Holy Spirit, and writings by Maria herself. Almost all the 279 titles are additional to the material in The Poem. The Notebooks, The Poem, plus The Book of Azariah and The Lessons on the Epistle of St. Paul to the Romans, are regarded as the most significant of Maria Valtorta's writings. The 1943 Notebooks served as part of Maria's preparation and formation, just prior to her receiving the first visions and dictations of The Poem.
1996 SB 626p.
These Notebooks continue the theme of Maria Valtorta's formation, and lead into her "purification", highlighted by Maria's experience of spiritual abandonment and "dark night of the soul", as Jesus seems to absent himself. Additional to those which comprise The Poem, there are more than 200 visions and dictations from Jesus - and from many saints including John, Paul, Agnes, Catherine of Siena, Therese, Cecilia - and including the death of Mary Magdalene.
1998 SB 648p.
This latest Notebooks contains a wide variety of complementary materials to the two previous Notebooks: the violent but faith-filled experiences of martyrs, both known and unknown; the treachery of Satan in trying to torment the writer with doubts and anguish over the genuineness of her labour and Christ's timely intervention to protect her; messages and instructions granted to those needing special guidance in their trials; clarification of specific problems facing contemporary thought, such as the question of evolution; a description of the Lord's gestures of intimacy and closeness to those who are deeply and selflessly united to Him; and a long concluding commentary on the content of the Book of Revelation. These are some of the many highlights of this always surprising and enriching spiritual document.
2002 SB 621p.
Commentaries by Maria Valtorta's Guardian Angel Azariah, on readings from 58 Masses of the 1946-7 liturgical calendar. Azariah, a privileged witness to the exchanges of love between God and man, gives wonderful explanations of both Old and New Testament, and valuable advice to us all as we live through these critical times. Now available for "true lovers" of the Eternal Love.
2007 SC 348p. (New Edition)
Regarded by Father Gabriele Roschini, the famous mariologist and author of over 125 books, as his most important work. He describes Maria Valtorta as one of the greatest female Marian mystics of all time, and found the Mariology of her writings more complete, simple and sublime than all he had previously studied about "God's Masterpiece".
1993 SB 395p.
Written under obedience to her Spiritual Director, these writings are a testimony of Maria's suffering, her growth to holiness, and her spirituality - before the times of most of her private revelations. In the tradition of Christian confessional writings, this work maps the author's gradual and full identification with Christ's suffering and redeeming role.
1991 HB 442p. illustrated
Msgr. Cerri's heart-moving and thought-provoking book compares the deductions of experts on the Holy Shroud with Maria Valtorta's visions, and exposes the 1988 carbon-14 tests (claiming that the Shroud was a hoax) as falsified. It describes all the truly scientific tests ever performed on the Holy Shroud, and it shows that the evidence of the Shroud and Maria Valtorta's visions are in strong agreement in depicting Jesus' Passion, Death and Burial.
1994 SB 239p. illustrated
Jean Aulagnier's account of the life of Jesus, based on five years' rigorous and scientific analysis, compares information derived from ancient calendars, with the details and passage sequences from Maria Valtorta's five volumes of The Poem of the Man-God. In perfect harmony with the Gospels - it is possible to date every chapter and every verse.
1990 SB 366p.
This is a book to be prayed - not just read, but prayed upon slowly, a little at a time. It is a selection of prayers from Maria Valtorta's entreaties and writings other than in The Poem of the Man-God, and includes four long and impressive meditations: an hour with Jesus, an hour at Gethsemane, an hour with the Mother of Sorrows, and an hour of preparation for death.
1995 HB 125p.
The Holy Spirit's dictations and last of Maria's "essential" works. We are all sinners, but with grace we are saved by Christ. We have free will, and suffering is inevitable, but we are helped by the Holy Spirit. Wonderful teachings on Mary as Co-Redemptrix, Love, Creation, and Justice and Mercy for all virtuous Christians & Non-Christians.
1997 SB 310p.
The This book is a compilation of over 300 illustrations of portraits and drawings of scenes from The Gospel as Revealed to Me / The Poem of the Man-God by Professor Lorenzo Ferri (1902-1975), a famous Italian artist, sculptor, and Shroud of Turin scholar. Professor Ferri regularly met with Maria Valtorta, and what is the amazing thing is that for many of them, as he was drawing them, she would watch it to give him advice on how to draw it more accurately to make sure that the portraits were accurate to how she actually sees the people in her visions.
2006 SB 334p.