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a person whose body is marked by religious stigmata (such as marks resembling the wounds of the crucified Christ)

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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?
As we approach the end of another millennium, Ted Harrison predicts the number of stigmatists will increase markedly.
Stigmatists are those otherwise ordinary people who suffer spontaneous lesions on their hands and feet resembling the marks of Christ's crucifixion.
Most early stigmatists were women, who were generally more open to that phenomenon.
Early stigmatists such as Blessed Helen of Veszprim, St.