Bogner Mária Margit
Visit Nurse Margit Bogner (Melence, Toronto County, December 15, 1905 - Érd, May 13, 1933)
Mária Margit Bogner was born on the eighth day of the Feast of the Immaculate Conception; it was baptized under the name "Etelka Mária Anna". Apja, dr. János Bogner was a tax clerk, his mother was Etelka Schiller, who gave birth to six children. The Bogner family lived a deeply religious as well as intimate family life. The small, ever-moving, everlasting Etelka was the sun's rays in the house, and it remained until her death, both for her early widowed mother and her sisters, who often struggled with daily living. Her father was placed in Toronto-Torda in 1906, so Etelka began her elementary studies here. He excelled early in school with his extraordinary intellectual abilities. Mária Margit Bogner made the first eternal vow in the first Hungarian monastery of the Order of Visitation in 1932, after which both lungs were attacked by a murderous disease. The Servant of God, Sister Mary Margaret Bogner, lived in the monastery of Érd. He died on May 13, 1933, at the age of 28, after a patient's illness. Its tomb is a real place of pilgrimage in the garden of the Church of St. Michael in the Old Town. It is also referred to as the Little St. Teresa of Hungary.
Miraculous recovery in Poland
Józefa Oblubienca, chief of the Warsaw Visitation Order, said the news had recently arrived from the Vatican that on June 19 this year, the relevant Congregation for the Consecration of Holy Communion would meet to find the virtues of Maria Margit Bogner in a heroic degree. The visiting nurse is now entitled to the “honorable” adjective. “We pray a lot about it at the Warsaw Monastery. In Poland, too, more and more people respect, know their way of life and pray for their intercession. The wonderful recovery of the 16-year-old young Polish girl gives us hope that her happiness will take place in the near future. In this way, He can be a role model not only for young Hungarians and Poles. ”
The resumption of the Hungarian visiting sisters was mainly facilitated by the Polish order belonging to the federation. According to Józefa Oblubienca, the chief of the Warsaw Order of Visitation, the miraculous recovery in Poland gives hope that Maria Margit Bogner will be inaugurated in the near future. Pope Benedict authorized the promulgation of the heroic virtues of visiting sister Margit Bogner Bogner on June 28, 2012, among several decrees, Vatican Radio reported on its website. The nurse is now entitled to the "honorable" adjective. Recognition of heroic virtues is a prerequisite for making one happy.
Anniversary of the death of Maria Margit Bogner - report, May 2013. on YouTube
Anniversary of the death of Maria Margit Bogner - report, May 2012
Anniversary of the death of Maria Margit Bogner - report, May 2011
Anniversary of the death of Maria Margit Bogner - report, May 2010
Anniversary of the death of Mária Margit Bogner - report, May 2009
Anniversary of the death of Mária Margit Bogner - report, May 2008
Anniversary of the death of Maria Margit Bogner - report, May 2007
Anniversary of the death of Mária Margit Bogner - report, May 2006
Female monastic orders
László Balássy: Always faithful, Budapest 1985.
Elemér Csávossy (ed.): The diary and letters of the visiting nurse of Margit Mária, the servant of God, Budapest 1943.
Elemér Csávossy: A tomb above the Danube, Budapest 1944.
Antal Meszlényi: Hungarian Saints, Hungarians with a Sacred Life, Munich, 1976.
Mária Puskely: Those Who Believed in Love, Rome 1975.
Gallery - Érd 2009