The schoolteacher-mystic
Fr McNabb's testimony
Fr Wilberforce's testimony
The devotion explained
Beatification prayer

closeup.jpgTeresa Higginson (1844-1905) was a saintly Catholic schoolteacher. She was born in North Wales, lived most of her life in North West England and Scotland and died in Devon. It seems she received many supernatural gifts from God, such as healing, prophecy, bilocation and the stigmata.

It is claimed that Teresa was chosen by Christ to make known the devotion to his Sacred Head as the Seat of Divine Wisdom. This would be a remedy for a time of extraordinary intellectual pride and falling-away from faith. It would not only be the completion of the devotion to the Sacred Heart, but the crowning of all devotions.

In fact it was prophesied to be the one great means for the conversion of England.




The 1927 biography by Lady Cecil Kerr
has been republished by Rev Dr Paul Haffner,
professor of theology in Rome.

In relating the following incidents and graces the creator of this website has no intention of anticipating the judgment of the Holy See, to which entire and willing submission is made.