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ROUNDTABLE SERIES: Part 1
Following his Gospel reflection on Oct. 1, the Pope spoke briefly about his forthcoming document on St. Thérèse, calling the Little Flower a saint of trust. He also touched on the beginning of the Month of the Rosary and promised his prayers for the people in Nagorno-Karabakh.
These vigils, now held on five continents, began in 1992 in Lisieux, in Normandy, France, where Thérèse spent her youth and years as a Carmelite.
Cultivating habits of stillness, surrender and gratitude with St. Thérèse.
The red-brick home in the region of Normandy, France, nurtured a household of saints under one roof. The house has been a place of pilgrimage since 1913.