stigmatist


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stigmatist

(stĭg′mə-tĭst)
n.
A stigmatic.
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But in some 20thcentury stigmatists, the wounds were on their wrists.
News that the Vatican had cleared the way for the canonizations of Juan Diego, witness to the appearance of Our Lady of Guadalupe; stigmatist Padre Pio; and Josemaria Escriva, founder of Opus Dei, met with mixed reactions.
According to a new, super-conservative Catholic magazine, A Voice Crying in the Wilderness, the stigmatist Padre Pio revealed the third secret of Fatima: "Beware of all bishops.
Thus he seems unaware, for instance, of Wilfried Kugel's extensive and definitive biography of Hitler's favorite clairvoyant, Eric Jan Hanussen (Kugel, 1998), of the full story of the "Seeress of Prevorst," Friederike Hauffe (Kerner, 1829), of the wealth of medical literature on stigmatists Anna Katherina Emmerich and Therese Neumann, of George Zorab's important Dutch and Italian books on D.