It was in gratitude for the “saving shield” of God’s merciful grace that both Thérèse and Mary poured out their lives in loving sacrifice for the salvation of souls.
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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.
Let her Little Way be yours, too.
‘The Little Way of Living With Less’: St. Thérèse’s Tips for Decreasing Material and Spiritual Clutter
Ultimately, the quest is about learning to let go of material things to make room for the things that matter.
New book calls for the revival of an ancient devotion to save humanity.
The Little Flower regarded the rare and precious gift of Holy Communion as something for which there was no price too high to pay.
The Little Flower’s words are gentle but her spirit is fierce as she proclaims the truth about how beloved by God we are
BOOK PICK: ‘Saint Thérèse of Lisieux: Living on Love’
While in the Carmel, the little saint created some of the most intricate liturgical vestments, which are still in existence.