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Published by Roger A. McCaffrey Publishing in Ridgefield, CT .
Written in English


  • Catholics,
  • Stigmatisation,
  • Stigmatization,
  • Biography

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Edition Notes

Originally published in 1947.

StatementAlbert Paul Schimberg
LC ClassificationsBX4705.N47 S34 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 232 pages
Number of Pages232
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27338652M
ISBN 100966132548
ISBN 109780966132540

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schimberg, Albert Paul, Story of Therese Neumann. Milwaukee, Bruce Pub. Co. [] (OCoLC) Therese Neumann (8 or 9 April – 18 September ) was a German Catholic mystic and stigmatic.. She was born in the village of Konnersreuth in Bavaria, Germany, where she lived all her was born into a large family with little income. She was . XI declared one Therese of Lisieux (), a young French nun a Saint. She had died at the youthful age of 24, about a year before Therese Neumann was born. But she had great attraction for the French saint, who was a model for her. "She knew what it is to love Jesus", Neumann Therese used to say about the French Therese. Furthermore the number in the Book of Rev. gives us two hints: 13 is an unlucky number and 18 signifies the number of years of persecution giving our theory further credibility. Therese Neumann – Summary Of Her Most Interesting Prophecies. The most significant part of .

The Story of Therese Neumann Mystic & Stigmata Soon after the stigmata appeared in , she drank only a small cup of tea daily. That did not attract much attention. But one day in a vision again appeared before her saying that she no longer needed any earthly food or drink. Written by family friend and Therese Neumann intimate, Adalbert Albert Vogel, Therese Neumann the biography is a fascinating read of one of the Churchs second most publicized modern-day mystics and stigmatists (after St. Padre Pio of Pietrelcina)/5. What distinguished Therese Neumann among many other things were the wound marks of the suffering Christ (stigmata), frequent visions, and the fact that she was sustained for decades solely by receiving Holy Communion. (See also page 42 for the book A Light Shown in the Darkness, the story of Therese Neumann.) DVD - Product Code Thérèse of Lisieux (French: sainte Thérèse de Lisieux), born Marie Françoise-Thérèse Martin (2 January – 30 September ), also known as Saint Thérèse of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face, was a French Catholic Discalced Carmelite nun who is widely venerated in modern times. She is popularly known as "The Little Flower of Jesus", or simply "The Little Flower.”Beatified: 29 April by Pope Pius XI.

By Albert Paul Schimberg. THE STORY OF THERESE NEUMANN. Biography of German stigmatic Therese Neumann, famous for having fasted for 20 years, consuming only the Holy Eucharist, and for having ecstatic Rating: % positive. Author Name Schimberg, Albert Paul. Title The Story of Therese Neumann. Binding Hardcover. Book Condition Very Good with no dust jacket. Edition First Edition; First Printing. Publisher Milwaukee, Wisconsin The Bruce Publishing Company Seller ID The story of Therese Neumann by Albert Paul Schimberg (Book) The case of Therese Neumann by Hilda C Graef (Book) The riddle of Konnersreuth, a psychological and religious study by Paweł Siwek . Book Content - The amazing story of Therese Neumann. Originally documented by Friedrich Ritter von Lama, who died in a Nazi concentration camp, It was commissioned to be translated by American A. P. Schimberg in the form of this book. Therese Neumann, stigmatist, Rating: % positive.