Venerable Marthe Robin Print

Venerable Marthe Robin
1902-1981

This fine art portrait, printed on acid-free, 80 lb. cardstock, with archival inks, is ready to frame. The watermark will not appear on your print.

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Martha Robin was a French mystic, victim soul, and stigmatist. She was an ordinary farm girl until 1918 when she suffered from lethargic encephalitis that left her a quadriplegic. From 1930 onwards, unable to eat or drink, her only food was the Eucharist for 50 years. In 1930 she also received the stigmata and relived Christ’s Passion every week. In 1940 she was asked to also make the sacrifice of her eyesight in expiation for the sins of the world. She had visions of the Virgin Mary and Our Lord for sixty years. More than 100,000 people consulted her for spiritual advice and she brought about many conversions.