stigmatist


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stigmatist

(stĭg′mə-tĭst)
n.
A stigmatic.
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If the message is concerned with God's favor in granting one's request to be united with the crucified Lord, how would the stigmatist be able to understand this unless she can recognize that the received wounds are signs of Christ's own wounds?
The devotion was revealed through visions and locutions to a Polish nun and stigmatist, Maria Faustina Kowalska, who died in 1938 at the age of 33.
Accessed 23 March 2005 (Orthodox Church) and "Little Rose Ferron, Stigmatist, Martyr of Love," www.
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Back home in Buncrana, Co Donegal, his mum and dad, Josephine and Patrick, will also have their own special thoughts at Mass for the man they are convinced worked a miracle that saved their son's life - the stigmatist Capuchin priest, Padre Pio.