May God reward her for her efforts. Introduction Edvige Carboni was an extraordinary mystic. She spent her life between the natural and the supernatural; between the human and the divine. Her interaction with the supernatural world was an almost daily occurrence.
May God reward her for her efforts. Introduction Edvige Carboni was an extraordinary mystic.
She spent her life between the natural and the supernatural; between the human and the divine. Her interaction with the supernatural world was an almost daily occurrence.
Jesus, Mary and the saints appeared to her constantly. She also received the stigmata, and had many other spiritual gifts such as ecstasies, bilocation, levitation, reading of hearts, discernment of spirits and frequent visits from souls in purgatory. Edvige was a lay woman who lived with her family and spent the last years of her life living with her sister Paulina in Rome.
She lived a life of charity helping the needy, visiting the sick, and praying and suffering for the conversion of sinners and the souls in Purgatory. She was the second oldest among six siblings in the Carboni family. On the day she was born something extraordinary happened.
Her mother told her that the day she was born she had seen a luminous host in a monstrance. She was baptized two days after her birth. At the age of four, she was confirmed and at the age of five, she made a vow of virginity. When Edvige was alone, she would climb on a chair and say to the Virgin Mary: Jesus was so good to me.
Since her mother was very ill, she would send Edvige to do the grocery shopping at night. Edvige always obeyed her parents but felt afraid of walking alone late at night.
I am with you and I keep you good company. Jesus She learned to do embroidery work so she could sell what she embroidered and bring money into the house.
At the age of eleven she made her first Holy Communion. She would go to a corral to pray so that her family would not see her. I have come to tell you that I love you very much and that you should love Jesus always.
Luis Gonzaga has appeared to her many times to teach her how to pray. At the age of fifteen, Edvige wanted to become a nun, but her mother did not let her. She accepted this as if it were the Will of God. That same year, her sister Paulina was born.
Up to then Edvige had only brothers, so she had to help her mother with the housework and also take care of her ailing grandmother. After the age of sixteen, the appearance of Jesus, Mary, the saints and the angels became more frequent.
Victim Soul for the Conversion of Communists Jesus had chosen Edvige to be a victim soul and she offered herself generously for the salvation of others. Jesus asked her for many prayers and sacrifices because many souls were in danger of eternal damnation.
Edvige wrote in her diary on May 25, The Blood was falling on the ground. I saw angels holding gold chalices up to the Wounds. The chalices filled up quickly and soon the Blood was falling on the ground again.
Jesus was on the one in the middle, the other two were empty. Daughter, after looking for a while, I found you and Gracia. Jesus asked Edvige to offer herself as a victim especially for communists.
Pray so that soon the Crucified One can enter Russia. For love of You, I want to suffer. I felt pain in all the wounded parts and I stayed on the ground for several hours.
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