Theresa Neumann

Theresa Neumann, was born on good Friday in 1898 in Northern Bavaria. At the age of 20 she
was in an accident and became blind and paralysed. She received a miraculous healing in 1923
through prayers to St. Therese of Lisieux.

A famous German mystic and stigmatist visited by so many GI's after W.W.II. She did not sleep
and lived without food or liquids except for the daily Eucharist, from 1926 to 1962.

Stigmata, or sacred wounds of Christ, began to appear on her head, breast, hands and feet
every Friday while she experiences the passion of Christ. Yogananda later said that in her
past life she was Mary Magdalene. She is here to show (like Giri Bala) that it is possible
to live on God's Light".

Throughout the 36 years that Theresa bore the stigmata, thousands of tourists would file into
her small cottage to witness the miracle. Theresa died in 1962.

Therese Neumann 1898 - 1962

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