imageRuss Breault writes:

I received an objection regarding stigmata…that it is always in the hand and not the wrists…seems contrary to the Shroud.  So I did a little research. Interestingly there have been several to report stigmata in the wrists including Saint Francis of Assisi!  I did not know that and considering that the current pope has taken the name of Francis, I thought it may be of interest.  Here is a web source:

Mystics of the Church: Stories of the stigmata in persons throughout the world

Here is one paragraph from this interesting article:

As stated above, for most stigmatics the wounds are in the palms of the hands, however there have been a number of individuals throughout the history of the Catholic church whom have had the wounds upon the wrists–two relatively recent cases would be Fr. Jim Bruse of Woodbridge, Virginia, a Catholic priest who was reported to have received the stigmata the day after Christmas in 1991 until 1993, and also Georgette Faniel of Montreal, Quebec, who had the stigmata on and off from 1950 until her death in 2002. Looking farther back in history we note that St Francis of Assisi is also stated to have received the stigmata in the wrists.

Painting of St. Francis by Cimabue, also known as Cenni Di Pepi or in modern Italian, Benvenuto di Giuseppe. Photograph is from Wikipedia. The official position taken by the Wikimedia Foundation is that "faithful reproductions of two-dimensional public domain works of art are public domain". This photographic reproduction is therefore also considered to be in the public domain.