Results from Tag: 'st. therese of lisieux'
While in the Carmel, the little saint created some of the most intricate liturgical vestments, which are still in existence.
Inspired by the spirituality of the Little Flower, a new book on Marian devotion is for children of all ages.
With the spirit of St. Joan of Arc, St. Thérèse of Lisieux appeared to, and helped, French soldiers on the World War I battlefields
When she entered the Dominican cloister, Lalia Jones said that she wanted to become a nun ‘like the Little Flower.’
The Maid of Orléans will be a focal point of artists for generations to come but most will pale in comparison to William Shakespeare, Mark Twain and the Little Flower
Part 5 of 6 installments again shares our readers inspiring and amazing ways St. Thérèse helped them by sending “down a shower of roses from the heaven” and spending her “heaven doing good upon earth.”